So I was watching this video of Brian in South Africa receiving payments through ETN for his car wash and he mentioned that it is a lot safer cause you don’t have to keep cash.
While I was watching this imagining that I was going to rob Brian. I would have downloaded the ETN app in advance. Then at gunpoint I would tell Brian to transact all his ETN on his wallet to mine.
Then I had this idea; what if you could deliberately put a setting on your own account so you wouldn’t be able to transact a larger sum of ETN (of your own preferable choice) within a certain timespan? Instead of instant transactions - sticky transactions
Let’s say Brain would restrict so he could receive any amount of ETN, but only send 2000 ETN at maximum for every 7 days. In order to deactivate the sticky transcations you would need to wait a certain amount of time until the sticky transactions is removed, thus further securing that you wouldn’t be able to just deactivate the feature while being robbed. This cooldown feature would basically work on the same premises like betting limits on betting sites.
Is sticky transactions something that could be further developed? What purposes more than an anti-theft mechanism could sticky transaction solve? Parental control of wallets maybe? Let me hear your ideas!