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Start Date: 2/19/2020Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 2/19/2020End Time: 9:00 PM
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Event Description:

The New York Confucius Institute for Global Finance Welcomes BitDevs NYC to Baruch College for Whitepaper Series 12: CoinJoin

About the Program

Proposed in 2013 by Greg Maxwell, CoinJoin is a multi-party input aggregation protocol that breaks the “common-input-ownership” heuristic, a blockchain analysis technique commonly applied to Bitcoin’s transaction graph. Why CoinJoins work and under what circumstances they can fail are important questions. This event will start from the beginning: we will learn about the history of CoinJoin, how exactly they work, what can be improved and what the differences are between the currently available implementations. 

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About BitDevs

BitDevs is a community for those interested in discussing and participating in the research and development of Bitcoin and related protocols. You can be well versed with or new to the topics, all are welcome. Be advised: discussion will be technical.

About the Whitepaper Series

A journal club to discuss specific topics in the Bitcoin ecosystem. This is an academic-style journal club where one person chooses a topic or paper and presents it. Participants are expected to have read the paper or other material suggested by the discussion leader. The discussion leader doesn’t have to be an expert on the subject, but should be interested enough in it to read the paper thoroughly so as to give a decent presentation. After informally presenting the topic, the group can then ask questions or open discussion surrounding the topic. The presentation should be informal (slides are allowed, but whiteboard/chalkboard is preferred), and this should be a discussion, not a one-way transmission of information by the presenter. The reading material doesn’t have to be a whitepaper. In the case of widely-known topics (such as Elliptic Curve encryption) a chapter of a textbook, Wikipedia article, or other material can be suggested.


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Location Information:
Baruch College - Information & Technology Building (Library Building)  (View Map)
151 E. 25th St.
New York, NY 10010
New York
Room: Atrium, Rackow Room and Lounge - Rooms 750 and 760
Contact Information:
Name: Matthew LePere
Phone: 6466606972
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