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Cypherpunk Harmonia
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A contribution by JohnGalt544

Cypherpunks write code. Someone has to write software to defend privacy, and we're going to write it.
— Eric Hughes
The Cypherpunk's Manifesto, 1993


A tribute to the early factions of the Cypherpunks who became the staple of cryptography & encryption. Without them we may not have any privacy or encryption we today enjoy on the internet.

The cypherpunks all shared a core conviction: the Internet would soon become an important battleground for human freedom. ---IF ONLY THEY KNEW THEN--

Stem 10 is " keyboard typing code " if it gets in the way of your sync, you can obviously take it out.

Published on August 12th, 2021
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  The beats behind this are awesome, nice & minimal and a suiting tribute to the group that contributed so much to internet culture. Love the code loop & typing.

  Thank you John. The loop of the bouncy drum, Number stations voice, and the underlying harmony-like a synth classical (?) is stellar. Focusing, a little interesting but not distracting, the the 3 layers (?) make this fantastic to work to.

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