Blockchain: Money Conference – London England
|Part of the elongated hall at the Blockchain: Money Conference in London, England.|
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|CTO of DinarDirham, Arai Ezzra, presenting onstage at the Blockchain: Money Conference in London, England|
“We can’t do it fast. Core developers have tremendous experience, they are doing a great job, and there are thousands of developers creating the Bitcoin core code. It’s not fast but it’s the only way to stay secure, and yes it should grow, but we should think in the longer perspective. I don’t see it as necessary today. Rather, we must first find the most effective solution”.
Another security issue discussed the mistaken idea that “code is law”, as in regards to Smart Contracts. The conclusion was that this simply is not the case… for the time being, and that anything deemed to be bad programming would still need to be taken to a court of law with humans in charge.
|DinarDirham CEO Stelian Balta and CTO Arai Ezzra poses with Cahndler Guo, one of the largest miners in the world at Blockchain: Money Conference, London|
When all was said and done, there was a lot of focus on Bitcoin’s monetary nature, but it was mixed with so many other presentations, ideas, and concerns, that the focus wasn’t entirely clear for everyone, though certainly worth attending. Although it was hard to pinpoint the exact goal(s) of the conference this year, one thing is for sure, everyone wanted to know the future of Bitcoin. All we can say at this point, is that it appears that Bitcoin will continue steadily moving forward in growth.