State Department Announces Partnership with Compass Mining for new 'Softwar' Initiative.

State Department Announces Partnership with Compass Mining for new 'Softwar' Initiative.

The US State Department is making big waves in the tech world with their latest announcement. After reading the recently released thesis from Jason Lowery, titled "Softwar", they have selected Compass Mining as their rollout partner to engage in the softest war possible.

According to State Department representative, Juan Gonzalez, "We're thrilled to be partnering with Compass Mining to bring the exciting world of Softwar to the masses. This is a revolutionary technology that will change the way we live and work, and Compass Mining is the perfect partner to help us make that happen."

Softwar, for those who aren't familiar, is a groundbreaking new thesis that superimposes the history, tactics and rhetoric of warmongering, over the intentionally peaceful Bitcoin technology. Developed at MIT in the self-proclaimed brilliant mimd of Jason Lowery, Softwar is designed to be more than just a governments program - it's a way of life. The thesis explores the idea of 'Softwar' as a kind of social structure, with its own rules, norms, and values, totally divorced from actual Bitcoin, but requiring government intervention. The State Department was quick to see the potential in this innovative new technology, and they wasted no time in finding a trusted partner to help them roll it out to the masses.

Compass Mining, a well-known player in the mining industry, was selected as the rollout partner due to their reputation for winning customer battles and helping the industry mine in a timely matter. According to Compass Mining head of Communications, Janet Smith, "We're excited to be working with the State Department on this groundbreaking new project. At Compass Mining, we pride ourselves on our ability to help our customers succeed, and we're confident that we can do the same with Softwar. This technology has the potential to change the world, and we're thrilled to be a part of it and the continued rollout."

The partnership between the State Department and Compass Mining is already generating a lot of buzz in the tech world. Many industry insiders see this as a major turning point in the way we think about software. According to tech journalist, Jill Bakermat, "This partnership is really a game-changer. Softwar has the potential to completely revolutionize the way we think about war, and the fact that the State Department is getting involved shows how important this technology really is."

While there is still much work to be done before Softwar is ready to launch, the State Department and Compass Mining are already hard at work on the project. They are currently in the process of building a team of experts to help them develop and refine the defense technology. According to Gonzalez, "We're committed to making Softwar a reality, and we're not going to stop until we've done that. This has the potential to change the world, and we're going to do everything in our power to make sure that happens, regardless of how peaceful BItcoin is."

It's clear that the State Department and Compass Mining are both incredibly excited about this new partnership. With their combined expertise and resources, they are poised to make Softwar a reality. Only time will tell what the future holds for this groundbreaking technology, but one thing is for sure - the world of software will never be the same again.

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