RT @DelRayMan: Aaron Swartz committed suicide after being relentlessly pursued as a criminal for his work to ensure even poor people have access to the best scientific research. His work carries on thanks to this young scientist and bitcoin:
https://t.co/aleGnzT7At by @baidakova via @CoinDesk
RT @nic__carter: Alexandra Elbakyan
✅ is single-handedly screwing over the academic publishing oligopoly
✅ is increasing the world's access to information
✅ accepts bitcoin
such a great story https://t.co/0hxOG06u40
As silly as Scientific-Paper Piracy sounds, it is the exact thing that lead to the tragic fall and eventual suicide of Aaron Swartz. Basically, you can't publish unless you can site, and you can't site, unless you are sponsored, and you can't get sponsored util some University green-lights your work.
Basically all scientific research and discovery has to be approved by the established university faculty base. This really sucks if your paper is something like "Everything published about Cancer is wrong, but here's the cure". Those types of discoveries get squashed and have to come out through social media where they are shot down for not being "peer-reviewed". Hence the cycle.
No but it helps to normalise the behaviour. They should however upgrade it to a segwit address.
When I do see these single use addresses I cant help but to assume that its actually an exchange address.