It’s safe to say that Bitcoin was born out of The Cypherpunks Movement where they were hyper-concerned about privacy. When we think about the genesis of Bitcoin, it’s sobering to think that many of us are still advocating the use of a public and easily traceable ledger.
This time, we will talk about the genesis of bitcoin, why privacy matters on blockchain and some of the cryptographic methods to protect our privacy on blockchain.
※This event will be primarily in English.
19:00 Doors Open
21:00 Networking----Beer& Pizza!
Ann Kilzer is the lead software engineer at Curvegrid, a blockchain solutions company based in Tokyo. She works on everything from full stack development of Curvegrid’s middleware product to writing smart contracts in solidity. Previously, Ann worked as a backend developer on Indeed's search engine team. She holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin, where she researched privacy and de-anonymization. She also earned Bachelors Degrees from Gonzaga University with majors in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Visual Art.
The founder of bujito and a software engineer at ICOVO. He met blockchain technology in 2013, and since then he has developed some projects including a distributed job marketplace and the website where you can see the best practices of smart contracts.
BLINK (3-1-6 Moto Azabu, Minato–ku, Tokyo 106–0046, Japan)
1000JPY cash only
This event is cross-posted in connpass.