#17, December 19: The Fight for Privacy: Anonymization Techniques, Protocols, and Altcoins
Date: December 19, 2016 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Tuspark Workhub, 4/F Yes & Right House, 1 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
(Near Exit N5, Tsim Sha Tsui Station)
Speaker: Max Fang
At the 17th TGN Bitcoin Lecture Series, Max Fang will be delivering a comprehensive overview of anonymization and privacy in cryptocurrencies, with a special emphasis on decentralized Bitcoin mixing. He will cover the implications and need for privacy, deanonymization techniques, a survey of existing decentralized mixing protocols, anonymous altcoins, as well as a formal framework for analyzing anonymity in cryptocurrencies.
Max Fang is a student at UC Berkeley double majoring in Computer Science and Economics. He is the President of Blockchain at Berkeley, organizing the Berkeley Bitcoin Meetup, in-depth workshops, and a new blockchain consultancy. He also teaches and lectures for the Cryptocurrency Decal, the world’s first (and only) cryptocurrency course offered at an undergraduate level.
This is a free event, capacity is limited.