‘The Internet Was Illegal’ and Other Early Stories With Zooko Wilcox

The best Sundays are for extended reads and profound discussions. Earlier this week, the Let’s Talk Bitcoin! Show enlisted CoinDesk reporter Leigh Cuen and early cypherpunk Zooko Wilcox to get a dialogue on the background, challenges and long-term development route of early, formative technology. That we frequently hear contemporary blockchain moves compared against. 

From that the pre-internet times, through the free/open source motion, linux’s successes and struggles on the background, the peer reviewed motion, cypherpunks, linux maximalism, fundamentalism as a theory in addition to some short excursions through some politics and history of the period… Later, we will talk how AI and attorneys have more in common than you would believe, and what type of protections we might want as autonomous agents become omnipresent.

Zooko’s Post-Interview Twitter Thread:

This incident of Let’s Talk Bitcoin! ) Is sponsored by Brave.com, eToro.com, also Purse.io  

Original Photo by Museums Victoria on Unsplash.

This incident comprised CoinDesk Reporter Leigh Cuen and Zooko Wilcox.

Music to get todays incident was supplied by Jared Rubens, and basic fuzz, with editing by Jonas. 

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