Bitcoin - anonymous or not? + FREE BEER!


It's time for the 12th and final Bitcoin meetup of the year, and to round off the year, we have the honor of welcoming Tony Sanak to discuss the anonymity of Bitcoin. Tony Sanak is from Kraków, but lives in Vancouver. He is a cryptocurrency educator, YouTuber, samourai, wasabist and a self-proclaimed Blockstream shill. A crypto professional by day and Bitcoin student by night, Tony is also a guest writer at BitcoinMagazine.

On Tuesday the 17th of December, Tony will make the case for how Bitcoin isn't an anonymous network, but rather strives to be censorship-resistant. He'll cover the lowest hanging fruit for blockchain analytics and theoretical ways of "breaking Bitcoin". He'll also discuss the way of Bitcoin defense actions, covering BIP324, BIP150, Dandelion and SNICKER proposals. After the talk YOU will decide which side is winning the arms race ;)

Check out Tony's YouTube channel Explore Crypto here:

The meetup will be at the Forklog co-working space in the Kraków city center, where you can rent desks for days or months at a time enjoying free coffee and fruits and nice facilities. At this meetup you'll get free beer!

And finally, a big thanks to everyone who has attended the Bitcoin meetups this year, contributing to constructive discussions, education and creating stronger Bitcoin community in Kraków. Let's repeat it in 2020!


The Kraków Bitcoin Meetup is an initiative for Bitcoin enthusiasts in the city of Kraków, Poland, organized by BitSpace. The event is held frequently and aims to connect the brightest local crypto minds together. It also aims to provide educational value through presentations and workshops for people who want to learn more about Bitcoin. Even though this event is primarily about Bitcoin, you are of course permitted to mention other cryptocurrencies :)

The events are free of charge, and there are no knowledge requirements for you to participate. Come and learn!

Please invite other people who might be interested in attending.


If you have something to share or announce with the meetup, give a heads up and the stage is yours. Anything that might be valuable for a local crowd of bitcoiners is very welcome.

Additionally, we're always looking for interesting speakers to talk at the meetups. If you or someone you know have/has insightful things to say on a Bitcoin-related topic, don't hesitate to discuss it with me, and we will schedule a talk.

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