Bitcoin — distributing power & trust | Eric Spano | TEDxConcordia

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Eric makes the case for distributed technologies and the advantages that they offer to finance, law and society as a whole.

Eric is a former public accountant that became heavily involved with digital currencies in 2012. He is actively involved in Canada’s Bitcoin community and serves as director of several NPOs while running a digital currency payment processor called Bylls.

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