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World Crypto Network: Blockchain At Berkeley UNSTOPPABLE EXCHANGE (2): Security threats to Bitcoin © World Crypto Network
=== BLOCKCHAIN AT BERKELEY PRESENTS === (Part 2) THREATS TO BITCOIN PANEL: Game Theoretical Analysis Are regulated centralized exchanges compatible with long term adoption of bitcoin? Are alternatives needed? What will regulatory framework look like for crypto trading and will that increase or decrease market adoption for assets intended to be private & censorship resistant? - Bryan Miller: Served 2 US presidents. ex Sr. Counsel, US Dept of Energy. AQUARIAN GROUP political advocate against California BitLicense bill. - Eric Voskuil: Crypto-anarchist, long-time Bitcoin developer, Navy fighter pilot, creator of LIBBITCOIN. - Mason Borda: ex-BitGo developer, Founder/CEO of security token issuer TOKENSOFT. - Chandra Duggirala: Founder/CEO of atomic swaps wallet/exchange PORTAL. (Part 1: === WHO ARE OUR SPEAKERS? === BRYAN MILLER MASON BORDA ERIC VOSKUIL CHANDRA DUGGIRALA === World Crypto Network === Donate Bitcoin: 3NqhJSAikoFiYmZm3ACGzdw9Lr86ZiLT7K Support the Show: Listen to WCN Audio Podcasts: Call Us LIVE! SKYPE WorldCryptoNetwork Check out the brand new Follow WCN on Twitter:

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