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Decentralize This! — Episode 18: Jameson Lopp
Protecting Privacy and People in a Decentralized World
Enigma’s podcast “Decentralize This!” features guests from all over the decentralization space: developers, investors, entrepreneurs, researchers, writers, artists, people in government and enterprise — all individuals who care deeply about building a more decentralized and sustainable world. How can all these people with different perspectives collaborate to create and scale the technologies we need to shape a better future?
“The hyperconnected world allows people to really screw around with your life if all they really need to know is some of your personal information — and they can start screwing with a lot of different pieces of your life that you’re taking for granted.”
— Jameson Lopp
Jameson is an experienced engineer who has been working full-time in the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency space since 2015, contributing to a number of different projects. He is currently the CTO of Casa, which builds best-in-class key management solutions as well as Casa Node, a Bitcoin and Lightning node that can be used in your home. He is also the creator of Statoshi, a fork of Bitcoin Core aiming to analyze statistics of Bitcoin nodes. Jameson writes frequently on Bitcoin, personal privacy, security, and much more.
On Decentralize This!, we feature guests from around the blockchain and decentralization space. By taking a closer look at what prominent people are building and thinking about, we hope to find new ways to work together on creating solutions and getting these new technologies adopted at scale.
On this episode Jameson talks with Tor about what it means to be a “cypherpunk”, how his own extreme experiences ...
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