Bitcoin loses shine in Australia


7 years ago, a mysterious man published a paper called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” It seemed like an impossible idea: Thousands of computers collaborating on a global money system with no central authority. No government. No corporation. Just a set of rules and voluntary participation. Bitcoin has come a long way since 2008. Over 100,000 transactions per day. Over $3,000,000,000 USD in value. And faster than the top 500 supercomputers combined. 

Each week we get together to talk about crypto currency and the new global economy forming around it. It’s a collaborative effort where we take a look at all the news and events together. It’s for beginners and experts alike for a fun, action packed and informative hour. 

THE FILTER meets every Tuesday from 5pm to 6:00 at Hubud in Ubud, Bali.

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