On Monday, April 7th, the NYU Chapter of the Federalist Society will be hosting a conference on Digital Currencies and Bitcoin. The debate will be from 4:00PM to 8:00PM in Furman Hall, and feature a Legal Panel and a Business Panel. If you would like to attend, please RSVP here.
In anticipation of the Federalist Society’s conference on digital currency and Bitcoin, the NYU Journal of Law and Liberty is excited to present a roundup of all the links you need to digest before tomorrow’s big conference. Can’t make it? Follow us on Twitter – our handle is @nyujll– as we will be live-tweeting some of the highlights.
Here is a roster of the professionals and academics participating in the conference.
Not sure how bitcoin works? Neither are we, but here is a quick introduction.
Why do millenials and libertarians love Bitcoin?
Can a society succeed using just Bitcoin as its primary currency? Galt’s Gulch (named after the hero in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged) aims to find out.
Would a “Libertarians Paradise” really be “Hell On Earth”?
Why Salon thinks the libertarian dream of Bitcoin is irretrievably lost.
Bitcoin is not only example of crypto-currency (another word for Digital Currency); here is a comparison of the current value of Bitcoin with other crypto-currencies.
What can you actually buy with bitcoin?
Here is what Warren Buffett thinks about Bitcoin (and why he is right).
Finally, interested in becoming a bitcoin user? Click here (at your own risk of course!).
We hope everyone can follow the conference tomorrow.