Sunday, December 4, 2022

What Is the Future of Bitcoin? Experts in Arnhem Explore

What Is the Future of Bitcoin? Experts in Arnhem Explore

Where is Bitcoin heading as we move into the future? With so many conflicting opinions on what Bitcoin should be and where it should go, the potential outcomes might seem uncertain and scary.

Also read: The Future of Bitcoin 2017 Series: Dagur Valburg Johannsson, BIP 100

The organizers of The Future of Bitcoin 2017 conference in Arnhem, Netherlands wanted to make it easier to sort out all the possibilities for the technology’s trajectory. With a special focus on scalability, the conference brought experts from all over the world to Arnhem to discus their viewpoints on the most pressing issues facing the community.

From block size scalability proposals, to projects aimed at making development easier, presenters provided audience members with a wealth of knowledge.

At the start of day one, master of ceremonies Rob Mitchell and BitKassa’s Patrick van der Meijde introduced the conference. You can see their opening presentation in the video below:

If you want to see all the presentations given during the two-day conference, you can watch the entire YouTube playlist here, starting with the first talk given by Jihan Wu:


Bitsonline has also provided summary content for the individual presentations. Those articles — along with the videos of the respective presentations — can be found in the video section of Bitsonline.

About The Future of Bitcoin 2017

The Future of Bitcoin conference took place in June-July 2017 in Arnhem, Netherlands. Presenting at the event were several high profile individuals who will be making key decisions about what Bitcoin is, and how it works, in the years to come.

This is a comprehensive video series featuring all the speakers and panels from the 2017. event. Watch them for a direct insight into the minds engaged in research and development to keep Bitcoin disruptive, decentralized, global and permissionless.

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