Tag Archive for Cryptoanarchy

Building Galt’s Gulch

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Astonished. That was the overwhelming thought I was left with after listening to a 73 minute podcast between the brash, sexually liberated, libertarian American, ‘King of the Nerds’, Brian Sovryn and a mild mannered, boat loving, free thinking futurist and software engineer from Scotland named David Irvine. The latter has spent the last 8 years…

Silent Circle

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“We feel that every citizen has a right to communicate,” Janke says, “the right to send data without the fear of it being grabbed out of the air and used by criminals, stored by governments, and aggregated by companies that sell it.” – Slate Bravo to Janke for standing up for users – i.e citizens…

Bitcoin 2012

One further detail courtesy of Frank Braun. The 2012 Bitcoin conference is coming to London, the world’s premier finance hub (for the time being): We plan this conference to be the hub for bitcoiners wishing to learn, meet, do business and expand their minds. This will bring bitcoin to a global financial centre, and be…

Bitcoin: a protocol for the distributed maintenance of a ledger?

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When I finally found my way to Brian Micklethwait’s Pimlico pad on Friday evening I was in for a few surprises. The biggest visual surprise was Brian’s amazing collection of books and CD’s. The amount knowledge there, in one home, is staggering. I enjoyed running my eyes over the titles and trying to notice whole…