Session:OpenTimestamps: Scalable, Trustless, Distributed Timestamping with Bitcoin
|Description|| A timestamp proves that a message existed prior to some point in time; timestamps are occasionally referred to as “proofs-of-existence”. Being able to prove that data existed prior to a point in time is surprisingly useful. Let’s look at some use-cases to understand how Bitcoin Blockchain can help out here.
We can have a hands on afterwards at the Bitcoin Assembly with Bitcoin Core Dev Peter Todd.
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Starts at||2017/12/28 15:30|
|Ends at||2017/12/28 15:50|
|Location||Room:Chaos West Stage|