Eric Voskuil leads the Libbitcoin project, an open source high-performance Bitcoin developer toolkit. He is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, martial artist, motorcyclist, world traveler, and former fighter pilot for the U.S. Navy. He has been a Bitcoin developer since 2014.
Eric Voskuil of Libbitcoin will speak at Bitcoin Wednesday on 5 June, 2019. Libbitcoin is an open source high-performance Bitcoin developer toolkit, which was created by Amir Taaki in 2011. It was written in C++ and has been used by Dark Wallet, Airbitz and Open Bazaar. Eric is currently its lead developer. He writes, “Bitcoin is a fundamentally black market money, despite its use in the white market. My presentation will cover:
- Bitcoin’s Value Proposition;
- Its Axiom of Resistance;
- The Permissionless Principle;
- The Censorship Resistance Property; and
- Related subjects drawn from my hacker’s dictionary of Bitcoin principles, Cryptoeconomics.”
Eric regularly speaks at conferences around the world and has worked on Bitcoin since 2014. He is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, martial artist, motorcyclist, world traveler, and former fighter pilot for the U.S. Navy. He was previously a principle architect at Microsoft, holds a degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and currently lives in Seattle, Washington.
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