I know him personally and he told me that he wants to do this arbiter thing here. He’s studying computerscience in Berlin and this whole decentralized web of trust thing is like a philosophy for him. He’s a fan of bitcoin and is really excited by it enableling free markets and is looking forward for the new ongoing deveolpment. He would never do dishonest things here as this would be against his own belief of free markets like that being the future
Hey, I’m a computer science student from Germany and really excited about this whole bitcoin thing. I’m looking forward to be part of all these new developments that will change the very near future very soon. I’ll try to do this arbiter job as fair as it is possible and will not hold back from investigating in detail what went wrong with a transaction when I’m needed. I will also keep your person anonymous and will not give away any data you give me to an other person or corporation. I’m not doing that for the fees but for helping bitcoin to get bigger in general. Lets demonstrate the power of decentralization!