Satoshi Roundtable Thoughts
I participated in the “Satoshi Roundtable” event in Florida last weekend on my way home from the Financial Cryptography conference.
The Roundtable is an invitation-only event organized by Bruce Fenton (current Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, but it is not a Foundation event), and I’m told that in past years it was mostly a relaxed networking/socializing event.
This year, discussion of the the block size limit dominated the entire weekend.
All of that discussion happened under the “Chatham House Rule” – “…participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed” – so for the rest of this blog post I will talk about what happened and what was said, but won’t mention any names or affiliations. You can see who attended at the event’s website.
There were a couple
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