Author Archives: Nate Murray

Is Regional Currency A Viable Economic Tool?

This is a Brixton Pound. The bill reads “Money that sticks to Brixton” This is 10 Brixton pounts. There are about 200 stores that take Brixton Pound and about 30,000 people use the currency. This is a 5-B note from Baltimore, Maryland This is Witney Webre. He works at Zeke’s Coffee Shop – They’re one [...]
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Bitcoin 2014 Amsterdam – Day Two Notes

Sessions covered: Future of Bitcoin in China – Bobby Lee Panel: Economic Theory of Bitcoin Panel Developer Q&A Panel: Secure Coins: Building Trust in the Digital Economy Mike Hearn – Taking Bitcoin development to the next level Alan Reiner (Armory Technologies Inc) – Best Practices in Securing Bitcoin Future of Bitcoin in China – Bobby [...]
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Bitcoin 2014 Amsterdam – Day One Notes

Today I attended Bitcoin 2014 in Amsterdam. Below are my notes from the sessions I attended. While I’ve tried to be as accurate as possible, the text below is not verbatim. Bitcoin: Crossing the Chasm – Jeremy Allaire, Circle Founder & CEO Everyone feels like we’re on the cusp of something big but there’s a [...]
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