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Session:OpenTimestamps: Scalable, Trustless, Distributed Timestamping with Bitcoin
Has description A timestamp proves that a message existed 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.Assembly with Bitcoin Core Dev Peter Todd.  +
Has language property en - English  +
Has organizer property Rootzoll +
Has session keyword network  +
Has session tag Assembly:Bitcoin  + , Blockchain  +
Has session type Talk  +
Held in language en - English  +
Is for kids false  +
Is organized by User:Rootzoll +
Processed by assembly Assembly:Bitcoin +
Has queryThis property is a special property in this wiki. Session:OpenTimestamps: Scalable, Trustless, Distributed Timestamping with Bitcoin + , Session:OpenTimestamps: Scalable, Trustless, Distributed Timestamping with Bitcoin +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 December 2017 13:18:25  +
Has subobjectThis property is a special property in this wiki. Session:OpenTimestamps: Scalable, Trustless, Distributed Timestamping with Bitcoin +
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