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Logos publishes privacy manifesto on largest-ever Bitcoin block from 2009

The project claims that privacy should be considered a "fundamental right," with the aim of establishing transparency and self-sovereign monetary policy.

A futuristic cityscape with the Logos logo etched onto the largest Bitcoin block

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Logos, a decentralized and privacy-focused technology stack, has inscribed its manifesto on the largest-ever Bitcoin block, measuring 3.99 MB in size.

The inscription, which precedes the launch of an Ordinals collection called Logos Operators, was made on a satoshi created in 2009 in block 3,479.

Logos (also named as Logos Network), characterizes itself as a politically neutral tech stack supporting self-sovereign virtual territories. It provides the technical foundation for cyber states, parallel societies, network states, or any borderless public institution based on voluntary consent.

According to Logos, the Logos Operators collection “will serve as the pseudonymous identities of the first inhabitants of the Logos technology stack that will enable people to exit the existing internet system.”

The project claims that privacy should be considered a “fundamental right,” with the aim of establishing transparency and self-sovereign monetary policy.

“Logos is the ancient Greek concept for the connection between language, reason, and the order of the universe,” the manifesto states.

The manifesto was authored by Logos co-founder Jarrad Hope, who also worked as the co-founder of Status, open-source mobile client for Ethereum.

Logos envisions a society where individuals are not “treated as machines,” emphasizing anonymity, non-elitism, and the centrality of people in its vision. The project aims to rebuild the internet to protect civil liberties by design and is actively recruiting high-level “Operators” to join the new ecosystem, which they describe as “a sovereign enclave in cyberspace.”

The Logos technology stack consists of three modular protocol components, including:

  • Waku: A peer-to-peer messaging protocol for secure communication
  • Codex: A decentralized storage solution
  • Nomos: A Layer 1 blockchain with a focus on privacy and scalability

The project has made significant progress in recent months. Key developments include the launch of Codex Devnet, key participation in various events such as ETHDenver, partnerships with organizations such as Web3Privacy Now, and research into zero-knowledge proofs, consensus solutions, and network architectures.

Logos says that the Nomos Layer 1 blockchain is slated for mainnet launch by the end of the year.

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