The second day of a MIT Bitcoin Expo, hosted by a MIT Bitcoin Club this weekend in Cambridge, Massachusetts, took a step divided from technical debates surrounding Bitcoin growth and focused on applications in a financial zone and beyond. Speakers enclosed member of R3, a digital bill consortium of 42 banks, and Enigma, a blockchain-based record that allows computing on encrypted data.
Sunday morning kicked off with opening difference from Latanya Sweeney, who serves as Chief Technologist for a Federal Trade Commission as good as Director of a Data Privacy Lab during Harvard University. She began by reframing how a stream economy is governed.
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