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Investor Fred Wilson, co-founder of Union Square Ventures, thinks banks are missing the most important opportunity bitcoin offers by building private blockchains.
Speaking on a panel with Nathaniel Popper of The New York Times at the CB Insight “Future of Fintech,” he said the transformative value of virtual currency will be on a public blockchain, as reported by the Observer.
Private blockchains copy the distributed approach of public blockchains but hide it inside the servers that their creators have given permission to maintain a copy.
Private Blockchains? Think Compuserve
Wilson, a successful investor who has invested in Coinbase, Twitter and other technology companies, compared private blockchains to those who choose Compuserve over the Internet. “The transformative value of virtual currency will come from “a globally distributed, public blockchain,” he said.
Wilson is not impressed by financial companies’ interest in novel