129 - Why the Crypto Critics Are Wrong | Matthew Green
A response to crypto's top objections
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Matthew Green is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at John Hopkins University, where he teaches courses, cryptography, distributed computing systems, blockchains, and cryptocurrency. He also helped create Zerocash, one of the first privacy cryptocurrency experiments, and ultimately influenced the Zcash protocol.
He recently wrote an article titled, “In Defense of Crypto(Currency)”, in response to an open letter to Congress, signed by a large group of technologists, denouncing the entire premise of cryptocurrency and urging congress to strongly regulate the space.
In this episode, Matthew talks about his article, how crypto can do better as an industry, and why to be optimistic about the future of crypto.
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