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October 16, 2014

UCL Bitcoin Research Seminar with Dr. Sarah Meiklejohn


This is a regular university research seminar more suited to those that have a reasonably good understanding of block chain technologies.
Topics: financial cryptography, payment, applied cryptography, P2P financial systems, digital currencies, bitcoin network, double spending, 51%, security, attacks, ECDSa, elliptic curve, key managment, cold storage, vulnerabilities, alt-coins, mining profitability, miner attacks, cartel attacks, monetary policy, programmable money systems, financial regulation, DAO, bitcoin crime.
This week:
Dr. Sarah Meiklejohn who recently joined UCL will present her celebrated research on bitcoin anonymity and tracing bitcoin transactions.more information can be found here

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Paul Gordon
Following a 20+ year career in financial markets, Paul first became interested in Bitcoin in 2011 and helped to establish one of the world's first Bitcoin meetup groups, Coinscrum, in 2012 since when he has grown the community to over 6,500 members, hosting over 250 events and introducing many of the leading projects and thought leaders in the industry.  Paul currently produces the weekly Coinscrum Markets video podcast series and is an active investor and advisor to a number of crypto and blockchain related projects.

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