How quantum got gamed

Khan, Faisal Shah and Abura'ed, Nour (2019) How quantum got gamed. Digitale Welt, 3. pp. 42-45.

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    Abstract

    Since the 1960’s, scientists have promised technologies working on the principles of quantum mechanics that can solve age-old problems facing the human civilization. For instance, consider the challenge of tamper-proof currency. Counterfeit currency can wreak havoc on an economy, most obviously in the form of uncontrollable inflation caused by large amounts of counterfeit currency circulating the economy. Uncontrolled inflation over-values the assets in a society or economy and negatively affects the cost and standard of living, and hence counterfeit currency is a relatively cheap but effective way to bring down a government from bottom-up. Much effort has therefore been put by central authorities throughout history into the development of tamper-proof currency, although prior to the 1960’s all they could achieve in reality was tamper-resistant currency.

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    Khan, Faisal Shah and Abura'ed, Nour ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5906-0249;