We conclude series one with a panel — four innovators discuss the incredible innovations flowing from Satoshi Nakamoto’s first white paper on Bitcoin, published ten years ago.
Our fantastic panelists:
Bridie Ohlsson, Blockchain Lead at AgriDigital.
Phil Shelper, CEO of Loyalty & Reward Company
Max Kenny, CEO of CryptoFlip (also featured on episode 5)
Dr. Philippa Ryan, UTS Faculty of Law
Plus our wonderful ‘drop-in guests’: Joe Lubin, Ron Tucker, Sheffield Clark, Mark Jeffrey, Hugo O’Connor and Chami Akmeemana.
And here’s the original Bitcoin white paper, from 31 October 2008:
Bitcoin – A Peer to Peer Electronic Cash System
After a great conversation, we lit candles on a birthday cake — for Bitcoin!
This amazing event wouldn’t have been possible without heaps of assistance from Stone and Chalk (Laura Rowan, Olga Link & Annie Le Cavalier) and the Spark Festival – many thanks for their support.
This brings series one of CRYPTONOMICS to a close, and I won’t say producer Alex Mitchell and I are celebrating the successful conclusion of the production, but…
ICOs are risky investments – CRYPTONOMICS looks at how their pitches play on our wishes for a better world, to get us to part with our cash.
We heard about the Great Keppel Island ICO, and here’s the original press release I received on the 4th of September, 2018:
GREAT BARRIER REEF ISLAND CRYPTO TOKENISED
The Crypto Challenge Forum promises:
Blockchain and the Future of Humanity:
Economy. Environment. Ethics
Then we took a look at the white paper’s for two ICO’s we discussed back in Episode 4:
PowerLedger’s POWR token white paper: Power-Ledger-Whitepaper-v3
The Guardian Circle GUARDIUM token white paper: guardium_whitepaper_en-1.0.3
And if you want to have a peek at the Mark Pesce Token, go here…