BitDevs LA is a community in the Los Angeles area for those interested in discussing and participating in the research and development of Bitcoin and related protocols. RSS -anchor.fm/s/34b325fc/podcast/rss
Daniela Brozzoni who is a talented young Bitcoin developer who works at Slush Pool on the Braains OS team. Before joining Slush Pool Daniela was an intern at Blockstream and has also contributed to the Bitcoin Dev Kit project with implementations of branch and bound coin selection and hardware wallet interface (HWI) support. Daniela will be telling us about the Stratum v2 protocol, a next generation protocol for pooled mining.
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This month we have the pleasure of hosting Clark Moody. He develops and maintain a popular web-based Bitcoin dashboard that many use to gather the latest information on the Bitcoin network including mining difficulty, fees, and even the Lightning network.
This month we have the pleasure of hosting Ben Carmen and Nadav Kohen from SuredBits. SuredBits is a Bitcoin company and one of the driving forces behind developing Discreet Log Contracts (DLC's) for Bitcoin. Ben and Nadav will break down how they work and how this new technology can usher in a new era of multi-sig applications.
Satotious is a Lightning company that provides a new way of monetizing online content by giving users the choice between ads or micropayments. They hope to create a circular economy of online payments running on the Lightning Network which will generate more mainstream and widespread use of Bitcoin whilst ensuring maximum user and creator privacy. CEO Ruby studied Journalism and Drama and is interested in decentralization and preserving the free web. CTO Christophe studied Computer Science and has experience working in blockchain tech.
Join us for another Socratic Seminar via Google Hangouts! This month we have the pleasure of hosting Pandora Core, one of the main teams developing the RGB protocol. RGB is a second/third layer smart contract system, that can work on Lightning Network and allows the use of digitalized assets over it.
his month we have Luke Jr who is a Bitcoin Core developer and the person who proposed a solution to implementing Segregated Witness(SegWit) as a soft-fork. He will be covering the recently discovered SegWit vulnerability that Trezor disclosed in this blog: https://blog.trezor.io/latest-firmware-updates-correct-possible-segwit-transaction-vulnerability-266df0d2860
This month we have Alekos Filini who is the main developer behind the Magical Bitcoin project and also a contributor to other notable bitcoin projects such as Elements and the LNP/BP standard library. The Magical Bitcoin project aims to build a collection of tools and libraries that are designed to be a solid foundation for Bitcoin wallets, along with a fully working reference implementation wallet.
Join us as we host Amiti Uttarwar who is a Bitcoin Core Contributor at Xapo. Amiti discusses various attack vectors for the Bitcoin network and how they are addressed.
Join us as we host Mark "Murch" Erhardt who is a Software Engineer at BitGo! He wrote his Master's Thesis on Coin Selection which has been merged into Bitcoin Core. He is also an avid contributor and moderator of http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/ where people can ask technical Bitcoin questions and the answers are crowdsourced by experts.
Will Reeves talks about Fold App, Lightning Pizza, and incentivizing Bitcoin mass adoption through stas back rewards.
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