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Antonopoulos Question 1 - Bitcoin Wednesday
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Antonopoulos Question 1 – The Dutch Government Questions Andreas Antonopoulos

Andreas Antonopoulos

At the request of the Dutch government, a series of critical questions about cryptocurrencies were asked of Andreas Antonopolous during Bitcoin Wednesday on 1 April, 2015 .

Here is the first question he was asked:

To gain a better understanding of the ecosystem:

A. Please tell us who are the different types of parties using crypto tokens or offering products and services based on them?

B. At what stage of development, profitability and market acceptance are these various parties?

C. What will the ecosystem look like in the next 12 months? 3 years? 5 years?

Watch this site as we release short videos of each of the other questions.

If you’re interested in knowing more, we’ve published a short profile of Mr. Antonopoulos.

The entire two-hour session, including questions from the audience and Mr. Antonopoulos’ 30-minute keynote, is here.

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