It's not for crypto. It's for dodging AI. Ai like on fb, twitter, youtube, all that. They can't detect ai (but can very easily detect crypto). What for, though, why dodge ai if anybody with half a brain can learn Teeline? Well that's simple, the WHOLE POINT IS TO BROADCAST MESSAGES. You actually WANT people to read Teeline. That's the point. To spread messages. Teeline would require human intervention, to catch. Not just reports. fb, twitter, youtube, they get FLOODED with reports. I assure you they can't really evaluate 100% of reports. Meanwhile lots of stuff goes unreported.
How do I know ai can't detect Teeline? Because I have an intuitive understanding of the capabilities of ai. Important to know, ai is stupider than a cockroach. But cockroaches are kind of smart. They can run super fast, when moving along a line (eg a wall). That's where ai shines. Along a baseline. Compare Teslas DRIVING vs Teslas "summoned" through a parking lot. They can't do parking lots. Why? They need a baseline.
Teeline can be written without respecting a baseline. Officially you write on ruled paper, but that's for the old purpose, not the new one of dodging ai.
See, even cursive requires a baseline.
So why not just use Captcha? Well, captcha is pretty nice, but there are many years of research into how to beat captcha. Secondarily, captchas are hard to read. But primarily, captchas are just fonts. Even if you drew cursive letters with a captcha engine (like you drew the letters and the system scattered them), it would be much easier to tackle than Teeline.
Teeline, you see, is precisely and perfectly suited for dodging censors. It's genuinely astonishing how perfect it is. Let me give you an example, something I only realized yesterday: there is a lot of shape variety permitted in Teeline. This is not alternative strokes, but just the same stroke. Conventionally, the goal is to make the shortest simplest stroke possible. But the goal when dodging ai is to Bee Unique. Okay, see, the other thing is that vowels are optional, mostly. But again, this is for ai, so there's way more flexibility. Another thing is that letters can be drawn either way. There are limitations tha can be ignored, again, for dodging ai (eg, you might decide to go BACKWARDS with your D or T (which are just basically _ though the T, when early in a word, is generally written a bit higher, but we can ignore baselines when dodging ai).
I mean this, and sincerely, Teeline is astonishing in its perfectness for this task. While Greg would work (Pitman wouldn't because you need special pens), it's not as good, and it's harder to learn, and it wouldn't work with URL.
Oh yeah, you can write URL with Teeline!!!!
A point about cursive, cursive is pretty good, but it has that pesky baseline inherent in it. Abandon the baseline, and people might be impressed with your caligraphy, but they won't be able to replicate it.
WITHIN TEELINE ITSELF IS A SYSTEM OF INDUCED CREATIVITY
People of their own accord become creative with this.
And that's the springboard, because the creativity will blossom!!! People do this naturally.
I'm rambling... sorry! I have also considered endgames, the worst case scenarios are all minimum draws (eg everyone learns Teeline, it fails, result, everyone is pissed: win column).
China doesn't want you to use Teeline to dodge their censorship of the West (they manipulate the reporting system, first combing the Internet with their ai. did you know China has more English speakers than the US, and more supercomputers than any other country. Those supercomputers, I assure you, are used for anything but solving global warming):
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Look, I know it sounds strange, but the schizophrenic paranoia is true, and it's here, and China is doing it. They're everywhere on the Internet, literally. They control the mods through various techniques, but the most important thing to know is that the Internet is china's toy.