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Larry's Newsletter - Issue #17

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Larry Salibra

March 14 · Issue #17 · View online
The most interesting things I've seen in blockchain, tech, and our decentralizing world as seen from the world's border with China.

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Deloitte predicts blockchain will replace ACH
How blockchain could change finance (Deloitte)
A Bitcoin-Style Currency for Central Banks
In one single image, establishment and mainstream media show their utter ignorance of security
Beyond bitcoin: will Hong Kong ‘disrupt’ and shape the future of finance by embracing blockchain technology?
Blockstack's Muneeb Ali discusses experiences with building a global naming system with blockchain
My Wet and Wild Bitcoin Weekend On Richard Branson's Island Refuge
Security & Privacy
WhatsApp Encryption Said to Stymie Wiretap Order
PIN number analysis
Apple's success in China comes at a cost
Upcoming week
March 14 - ePayments Panel - On Monday, I’ll be speaking on a panel about ePayments in Hong Kong and China.
March 16 - Segregated Witnesses - On Wednesday, Bitcoin Core Contributor Hong Kong’s own Dr. Johnson Lau will teach us about the most promising technology for increasing Bitcoin’s capacity.
March 17 Drinks with Otonomos - Meet Jan-Arie Bijloos of Otonomos for a drink and learn more about their blockchain-based “operating system” for corporations.
March 19 - Shenzhen Bitcoin Meetup - Usually has a good turn out of miners and equipment manufacturers from the Pearl River Delta
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