This year, we are excited to announce the 8th Annual Expo that will be held fully online and be completely free to the public. Join us April 3rd and 4th for what will be another exciting round of talks and panels at the MIT Bitcoin Expo. Appropriately, our theme last year was Building the Stack. We focused on the state of the art of the emerging protocol stack. Since then, Bitcoin and Ethereum have reached all-time highs, marking the end of the crypto winter we’ve been in since 2018. This year, our theme is The New Normal.
This year, we’ve covered everything from various Proof of Stake implementations (LCC/Hive, Casper, CBC, ECTO), to decentralized internet replacements (Sia, Blockstack, IPFS, etc), to private browsing (Tor, I2P), to scalability (Lightning and various other side chains, ETH2.0, etc), to zero-knowledge proofs (QAPs, polynomial commitments, SNARKs, even ran a trusted setup). We’ve also done beginner-friendly introductory discussions of crypto primitives such as hashing, Merkle trees, public key cryptography, signatures, and introductions to specific projects, such as Bitcoin andEthereum.
We are student and blockchain-enthusiasts run club, whose mission is to increase the awareness and use of cryptocurrency and to provide forums where blockchain-related ideas, projects, programs, and businesses can be studied, discussed, and developed. The club has also organized the MIT Bitcoin Expo every year since 2014 — a two day conference focused on all things blockchain.
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