@unwriter, is this where community interest should self-regulate. E.g., Should folks just choose to unfollow@calvinayre to help disincentivize his retention of that handle? Meaning, if he has no followers, is not really easily "discover"able (e.g., drop him from top to near bottom of ranking), etc. - then handing over to Calvin (paymail address notwithstanding - haven't read into that much) for a couple hundred $ would seem like a good return. Meanwhile, people would follow the real Calvin Ayre using whatever handle he chooses. Basically, let's not reward bad actors. Overall, I think this troll is doing a service by forcing this issue to be considered early on. In the macro, this really ultimately comes down to identity management I imagine. If BSV is going to be the "law & order" blockchain to some degree... tying identity to profiles, transactions is just a matter of time. Exchanges are basically there. Wallets not far behind. Faster this gets to a less pseudonymous environment - probably the faster it gets to BSV end state. Not sure, no coffee yet this morning!