A signature cannot be revoked. If you made it, propagate it and the signature gets written in the blockchain, then it’s too late. However, a signature has an expiration date.
You can deduce from previous paragraph: no!
He is not a fraud: he was accepted in the system.
However, if you think he was a fraud, then you should alert other members and see who signed this fraud guy to alert both them about this fraud identity, and other members about its signatories too since they signed a fraudulent identity.
So there’s no way to discredit a person once hes been accepted to the network, unless you wait for the signatures to expire? What if someone has 3 signed fraud accounts, and create 1000 more accounts and screw up the system? Just figuring out how waterproof is the system against basic income fraud.
I see theres a topic on this, problèmes des identités multiples / service de détection des fraudes cant read french though.
It is: N(t+1), so N on next Dividend time. It is not known by advance.
Yes, 1% every 3.5 days. Which roughly makes 9% per month. Not inflation, but new money.
Actually, 9.22% is the goal we should have for 1 year in a real free currency. But since we want to make a quick simulation, we simulate 1 year of money creation in 1 month.
He would have to be at minimal distance from every other member to be able to do this. For example if we have a distance 3 max parameter, the fraudulent accounts would have to be at a distance 2 from any other member.
With little WoT, this is quite “easy” to do. But the bigger the WoT, the harder to fit distance rule.
But what is not easy in little WoT is to have a fraudulent identity, since people are very close to each other. Furthermore, a little WoT is likely to have a small currency power