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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis
International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances
March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation.
Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies
Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like?
The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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A Philosophy of Bitcoin - Do We Need One? YES! (Digital Metallism, Social Semiotics, Practical Materiality, and more)

Social semiotics posits that “meanings and semiotic systems are shaped by relations of power, and that as power shifts in society, our languages and other systems of socially accepted meanings can and do change.” (Wikipedia) Because bitcoin introduces both a new framework for understanding [digital] monies and the power structures therein, it’s easy to see why the conversation of social semiotics as it relates to bitcoin is a cogent one. Let's take a look at the work of Maurer, Nelms, and Swartz to get a better understanding.
So where do we start? How about with the basics:
“What proves crucial in our view about the semiotics of Bitcoin is the embracement of a monetary pragmatics: Bitcoin enthusiasts make the move from discourse to practice in their insistence that privacy, labor, and value are ‘built into’ the currency’s networked protocols. This semiotics replays debates not just about privacy and individual liberty, but about the nature of money, as a material commodity or chain of credits.
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We characterize Bitcoin’s semiotics as a ‘practical materialism’, which in turn is expressed via a digital metallism. We borrow these terms from the theorist of money Geoffrey Ingham’s (2004) coinage ‘practical metallism’. Ingham uses this phrase to refer to the discursive work of commodity money theories in “naturalizing the social relations of credit that constitute money.” The discursive politics of Bitcoin involves a similar foregrounding of materiality and backgrounding of credit relations. Despite the supposed immateriality of digital bits of information (Blanchette 2011), matter itself is very much at issue with Bitcoin, both in how it is conceptualized and in how individual Bitcoins are ‘mined.’”
But what does that really mean?
“Inside the operations of the Bitcoin code lies a sociality of trust that is alternately expressed and obscured by a practical materialism with two components: concerns about privacy and concerns about value. Bitcoin’s practical materialism allows the chatter in the code, the proof of work, the materiality of the machines humming and whirring in mining rigs to be simultaneously backgrounded and foregrounded. This is not simply commodity fetishism. The code and the labor are backgrounded when Bitcoin adherents become latter-day goldbugs… From this perspective, Bitcoin represents a promise like any other money form, but a promise underwritten and backed by an algorithm and its manifestation in a digital peer-to-peer network.”
Okay, so what?
“In detecting in Bitcoin an economic argument about the money supply, inflation, government, and the inherency of value, enthusiasts again trace the outlines of a practical materialism, in which the meaning of Bitcoin can be found hardwired into its code. That which makes Bitcoin meaningful– that is, its value — is specifically that which is intrinsic to it.”
In other words:
“Bitcoin is meaningful and valuabe not so much as an actual complementary or alternative currency, but instead as an index of much broader discussions over the nature of money, credit and capital in the world today. The monetary value of Bitcoin rests as much in the future potential that its users imagine for it as on its current, relatively limited capacity to act as a medium of exchange. Similarly, its semiotic value grows out of the aspirations of Bitcoin adherents.”
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“The point is not whether Bitcoin ‘works’ as a currency, but what it promises: solidity, materiality, stability, anonymity, and, strangely, community. Indeed, in its endeavor to cut out intermediaries with the capacity to direct or limit the flow of funds among users and instead build a networked world of individual nodes able to exchange directly and ‘freely’ with one another, Bitcoin combines a practical materialism with a politics of community and trust that puts the code front and center.”
What rings true for me about this paper is its attempt to begin laying the groundwork for a philosophy of bitcoin as it relates to the [changing] nature of money. As posited by social semiotics, the existence of terms such as ‘digital metallism’ and other signifiers of the bitcoin protocol’s intrinsic qualities reflect the shift in power (financial, social) that bitcoin has set in motion. I believe that a philosophical framework for understanding bitcoin will begin to arise out of necessity. Currently there is no real framework for this endeavor (programming languages not included), but perhaps its time we start building one. Given the practical materiality of bitcoins it seems fair that any philosophy of bitcoin should not be metaphysical, but instead practical. What do you guys think?
Original post: https://btcgsa.wordpress.com/2013/06/09/a-philosophy-of-bitcoin-do-we-need-one/
Source: http://www.scribd.com/doc/130774747/When-Perhaps-the-Real-Problem-is-the-Money-Itself-The-Practical-Materiality-of-Bitcoin-by-Bill-Maurer-Taylor-Nelms-and-Lana-Swartz
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Alternative currencies conference in Amsterdam, NL with free crowdfunding workshops

Hello. I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up for free and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis
International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances
March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation.
Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies
Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like?
The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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Bitcoin Blockchain Statistics Bill Maurer: Blockchains are a Diamond’s Best Friend Welcome to Bitcoin Block Details Alternative Currency Pt 2

Switzerland has a new rotating president as its former finance minister Ueli Maurer takes over the helm after overseeing the country’s financial sector for 3 years. The move is seen as a positive one in the eyes of Switzerland’s burgeoning cryptocurrency community, as Maurer had been at the helm of numerous positive developments in the crypto arena during his role as a finance minister. As ... Brazilian Bitcoin pioneer Samuel Maurer has claimed that Bitcoin cannot be compared to the Tulip bubble. Maurer regards this debate as an “outdated matter”, believing that even if the most seasoned economists want to draw analogies, there is no similarity between the Bitcoin and a tulip bubble. Usually, in mainstream media and economic expert’s circles, Bitcoin is compared to the bubble ... Bill Maurer, University of California, Irvine and Daniel Tischer, University of Bristol Alarm bells should ring over a global currency that is run by an exclusive club that serves its investor ... Bill Maurer ist Anthropologe der Universität Kalifornien in Irvine. Er ist einer der wenigen Geisteswissenschaftler der virtuelle Währungen wie Bitcoin erforscht. Im Interview redet er darüber, was Bitcon über Geld im frühen 21. Jahrhundert erzählen kann – und warum er die Vorstellung, dass Geld wie ein Rohstoff sein soll, sonderbar findet. But he’s betting against the demise of the dollar bill and other cold, hard cash. “Cash is part of a huge public system,” Maurer says. “It’s accessible to everyone; there’s no barrier to using it.” Anyone can pick up a dollar and spend it – there’s no need to open an account and no fee for using cash. “It can be transferred freely, whereas with almost any electronic medium ...

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: Economic anthropologist Bill Maurer presents “Blockchains are a Diamond’s Best Friend” at the Contested Property Claims conference, hosted at Aarhus University in December 2016. This video is part of a larger online course, "From Barter to Bitcoin: Society, Technology and the Future of Money" run by Prof. Bill Maurer and Prof. Donald J. Patterson In addition to the video ... In which Prof Bill Maurer introduces the origin of money. This video is part of a larger online course, "From Barter to Bitcoin: Society, Technology and the Future of Money" run by Prof. Bill ... This video is part of a larger online course, "From Barter to Bitcoin: Society, Technology and the Future of Money" run by Prof. Bill Maurer and Prof. Donald J. Patterson In addition to the video ... This video is part of a larger online course, "From Barter to Bitcoin: Society, Technology and the Future of Money" run by Prof. Bill Maurer and Prof. Donald J. Patterson In addition to the video ...

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