Following final week’s DC Blockchain Summit during Georgetown University, a MIT Bitcoin Club kicked off a annual Expo this weekend, bringing together Core Contributors such as Peter Todd, academics such as Assistant Professor Arvind Narayanan of Princeton University and founders such as James D’Angelo of a World Bitcoin Network in a initial of a two-day eventuality deliberating a destiny of Bitcoin.
Saturday’s lectures were focused on a record behind Bitcoin, covering a far-reaching accumulation of topics surrounding a destiny of a village given a stream retard distance debates and specific user technical issues. Every harangue was streamed live on YouTube, and can be noticed here.
Cory Fields, a Core developer operative during a Digital Currency Initiative, started a day of lectures with an overview of a community, lauding a merits of discuss during times of dissension.
Cory was followed by James D’Angelo, who continued Fields’ contention by proposing that a whole retard distance discuss is a “proxy war” for third celebration interests in Bitcoin technology. He afterwards went on to doubt a community’s clarification of