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Bitcoin.com hosting the largest Bitcoin AMA event ever!

Sat Oct 24, 2015 8:47 am

The Largest Bitcoin AMA Event Ever!



In an effort to combat the rampant censorship happening on the other forums,
I’ve set up an all star cast of players in the Bitcoin ecosystem to do Q&A sessions on forum.bitcoin.com

So far, the following have agreed to participate:

Nov 2nd, Gavin Andresen, Core Developer, AMA HERE
Nov 2nd, Jeremy Allaire CEO of Circle, AMA HERE
Nov 3rd, Wences Casares, CEO of XAPO, AMA HERE
Nov 3rd, Kristov Atlas, Open Bitcoin Privacy Project, AMA HERE
Nov 4th Juan Garavaglia, CEO of RootStock.io, AMA HERE
Nov 5th, Ben Davenport, Co-founder of BitGo, AMA HERE
Nov 5th, Bruce Fenton, Executive Director of The Bitcoin Foundation, AMA HERE
Nov 6th, Jeff Garzik, Core Developer and CEO of DSS, AMA HERE
Nov 6th, Marshall Long, CTO of Final Hash , AMA HERE
Nov 7th, OgNasty, treasurer at bitcointalk.org, AMA HERE
Nov 7th, Mike Hearn, Core Developer, Bio, AMA HERE
Nov 8th, David Johnston, Co-Founder of Decentralized Applications Fund, AMA HERE
Nov 8th, Sam Lee, CEO of Bitcoin Group, AMA HERE
Nov 9th, Asher Tan, CEO of CoinJar, AMA HERE
Nov 9th, Yuzo Kano, CEO of bitFlyer , AMA HERE
Nov 10th, George Basiladze, CEO of Cryptopay , AMA HERE
Nov 10th, Andrew Lee, CEO of Purse.io , AMA HERE
Nov 10th, Joe Lee, CIO of magnr.com ,AMA HERE
Nov 10th, Charlie Lee, Creator of Litecoin and Director of Engineering at Coinbase , AMA HERE
Nov 11th, Gary Le, Co-founder of Moneta AMA HERE
Nov 11th, Edward Miroslav Founder of Prime Dice , AMA HERE
Nov 12th, Patrick Byrne CEO of Overstock & tØ.com, continued by Judd Bagley, Director of Communications, AMA HERE
Nov 12th, Justin Newton, CEO of Netki AMA HERE
Nov 12th, Frank Schuil, CEO of Safello AMA HERE
Nov 12th, Stephen Pair, CEO of Bitpay, AMA HERE
Nov 13th, Joshua and Philip Scigala, Founders of Vaultoro, AMA HERE
Nov 13th, Connie Gallippi, Founder and Executive Director of BitGive AMA HERE
Nov 14th, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Bio AMA HERE
Nov 14th, John Light, co-founder of Bitseed and author of Bitcoin: Be Your Own Bank AMA HERE
Nov 15th, Chris Odom Co-founder of Stash Crypto AMA HERE
Nov 15th Peter Surda - Bitmessage core developer, AMA HERE
Nov 16th,Eddy Travia, CEO of Coinsilium, AMA HERE
Nov 16th, Sergej Kotliar, CEO of Bitrefill, AMA HERE
Nov 17th, Roger Ver, Bio AMA HERE
Nov 17th, Thomas Voegtlin, lead developer of Electrum Wallet AMA HERE
Nov 18th Martti Malmi, The very first person to contact Satoshi Nakamoto offering to help. AMA HERE
Nov 18th Paul Puey CEO / Co-Founder of AirBitz AMA HERE
Nov 19th, Jonathan Chester, President of BitWage AMA HERE
Nov 20th Perianne Boring, Founder & President, Chamber of Digital Commerce
Nov 20th Henry Brade, CEO of Denarium & Bittiraha.fi, AMA HERE
Nov 21st, Riccardo Spangi - Developer in the Monero Core Team, AMA HERE
Nov 22nd, Bobby Lee, CEO of BTCC AMA HERE
Nov 22nd, Danny Scott, Co-Founder of CoinCorner (Joined by Molly Spiers) AMA HERE
Nov 23rd, Eric Larchevêque, CEO of Ledger AMA HERE
Nov 24th, Alena Vranova, CEO of SatoshiLabs (Trezor) AMA HERE
Nov 24th, Meinhard Benn, CEO of SatoshiPay AMA HERE
Nov 25th, Brett Russell, CEO of BIGbtc, Bitcoin Integration Group, AMA HERE
Nov 25th Adrian Forbes founder of TGBEX AMA HERE
Nov 26th, John Bailon, CEO of Satoshi Citadel AMA HERE
Nov 26th, Tuur Demeester, Economist & investor, Editor in Chief at Adamant Research, AMA HERE
Nov 27th MK Lords community manager at AirBitz and Managing Editor at Bitcoin Not Bombs, AMA HERE
Nov 27th, Matej Michalko Founder of Decent AMA HERE
Nov 28th, Luis Fernando Molina, CEO of bitDubai & Founder of Fermat AMA HERE
Nov 30th, Nejc Kodric, CEO of Bitstamp AMA HERE
Nov 30th, Robert Allen Founder & CEO of Coincube AMA HERE
Dec 1st, Fran Strajnar, CEO of Brave New Coin AMA HERE
Dec 1st, Marcus Swanepoel, CEO of BitX and Timothy Stranex CTO and co-founder of BitX, AMA HERE
Dec 1st, Aaron Voisine, CEO of Breadwallet AMA HERE
Dec 3rd, Marek Palatinus (Slush) - founder of SlushPool AMA HERE
Dec 4th, Zane Tackett, Director of Community & Product Development for Bitfinex AMA HERE
Dec 5th, Anthony Di lorio, Co-founder Ethereum, CEO of Decentral & Kryptokit AMA HERE
Dec 5th, Dan Bainbridge Founder and CEO of Coinad am PST
Dec 6th, Joey Krug - Lead Developer & Co-Founder of Augur 1 pm EST
Dec 6th, Tony Sakich - Director of Marketing of Augur AMA HERE
Dec 9th, Jeff Berwick, CEO of The Dollar Vigilante AMA HERE
Dec 11th, Dan Morehead, CEO of Pantera Capital, and Chairman of Bitstamp AMA HERE
Dec 11th, Elizabeth McCauley Director of outreach and strategic partnerships at Bitgive AMA HERE
Dec 13th, Roman Valihrach CEO of Coinmate and Bitcoinpay 5 pm
Dec 16th, Paul Snow CEO of Factom AMA HERE
Dec 16th, Paul Sztorc, Creator of Bitcoin Hive Mind (formerly known as Truthcoin) AMA HERE
Dec 17th, Michael Terpin, Co-Founder of BitAngels
Dec 17th, Johann Gevers, CEO of Monetas AMA HERE
Dec 17th, Jeffery Tucker CEO of Liberty.me
Dec 18th, Erik Voorhees, CEO of shapeshift.io
Dec 19th Dmitry Murashchik (Rassah) Mycelium
Dec 20th, Alex Bragin, CEO of OrderBook
Dec 21st, Jihan Wu, CEO of Bitmain (AntMiner)
Dec 22nd, Matthew Roszak, Founding Partner at Tally Capital
Dec 22nd, Chandler Guo, Chinese Bitcoin Angel Investor
Dec, Ken Lo, CEO of ANX Intl
Dec, Edan Yago, CEO of Epiphyte
Dec, Martin Fernandez. CEO of BTCTrip
Dec, Aaron Koenig Managing Director at Bitfil Festival
Dec Matt Luongo, CEO of FoldApp
Dec Connie M. Gallippi, Founder of Bitgive
Dec Craig Sellars, Co-Founder and CTO of Tether
Dec Joe Ciccolo, President, BitAML
Dec Valery Vavilov, CEO of BitFury
Dec Jesse Powel CEO of Kraken
Dec ,Takao Asayama, CEO of Zaif
Dec, Kevin Aleman, CEO of LUXSTACK
Dec, Jeremy Gardner, Co-Founder of Augur
Dec, Jered Kenna, CEO of 20 Mission
Dec, Brock Pierce, Co-Founder of Blockchain Capital
Dec, Barry Silbert, CEO of the Digital Currency Group
Dec, Michael Perklin, President of CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium (C4)
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Jan 8th, Nic Carey, Co-founder of Blockchain.info
Jan 8th, Charles Allen CEO of BTCS 9:30 EST
Feb, 1st 2016, Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn CEO of Zcash, AMA HERE
To be continued.....
You are still invited even if your name is not already on the list above
Just email mate@bitcoin.com to have your name added to the list above.

All the dates above are suggestions, but each participant will chose their date themselves.
Those with dates listed in bold have already confirmed their exact date.
I'll be updating the list above as updates come in.

The names listed above are just the people I personally had time to reach out to.
I would love to have additional participants, and I'm sure the community would too, so please invite whoever you would like to participate.
I'm especially interested in having more participants from the mining industry.

When the event is over, we will have all the Q&A sessions compiled into an easy to read format, and released as a free E-book!

The posting format is:
I’m (your name), (position) of (company name), Ask me anything!

Have questions about this event? Ask Me Anything!

Mentions in the press so far:
Bitcoin.com
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Medium.com
MarketWatch
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CNBC
International Business Times
Boston.com
Digital Journal
TheStreet.com
SeekingAlpha
Virtual-Strategy Magazine
Honey Badger of Money
IT-Business Net
Sys-Con Media
IT-News Online
Street Insider
Bitcoinist.net
Insidebitcoins.com
Bitcoin Talk Radio
Bitcoinnewsoffice.com
Bitcoinwarrior.net
TheCoinDesk.com
Cryptofellows.com
Bitcoinx.io

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:06 am

"to combat the rampant censorship happening on the other forums, " I am not so familiar with the censorship situation. May I know who are being censored on what ground?

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"to combat the rampant censorship happening on the other forums, " I am not so familiar with the censorship situation. May I know who are being censored on what ground?
On many of the existing English language discussion platforms, no one is allowed to advocate in favor of bigger blocks, BitcoinXT, or even discuss the fact that censorship is taking place. My hope is that Bitcoin.com can become a beacon for open discussion.
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OgNasty has confirmed to me that he will take part in a AMA on this forum.

@roger, i will ask him to PM to discuss times, let me know if u need and further info.
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Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:57 am

Why do this on a forum with just 1000 members?
There are sub reddits that handle AMA that is not in control of theymos...

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:12 am

Why do this on a forum with just 1000 members?
Because after these AMAs complete, this forum will will be one of the premier sources to discuss Bitcoin and related topics.
It even looks like you registered yourself specifically because of this AMA event.

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I feel worried that after you have took the efforts to convince all those people to join in this AMA, it gets such less exposure being hosted here instead of places like /r/IAmA/ or /r/AMA where you can also get people's attention that are not monitoring Bitcoin frequently, which I think is important. Also, personally I feel plain forum is not well suited for a long AMA.

I'm not entirely sure about being "premier source" when bitcointalk has 500 times more members at this moment.
Sure, censoring has been a hot topic over there as of late, but has this got something to do with bitcoin.com affiliation?

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:59 am

Sure, censoring has been a hot topic over there as of late, but has this got something to do with bitcoin.com affiliation?
Bitcoin.com will soon be the premier place for online discussions regarding Bitcoin.
The censorship in other locations will just speedup the mass of users coming to this board.

Here is an example of the censorship happening today:
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It is up to all of us to spread the word regarding this forum that will allow advocates of more than one point of view to state their opinions.
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Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:25 am

Is anyone really surprised? BitcoinTalk and /r/Bitcoin have been on a censorship bender for months now.
That's exactly why we need another place for the industry to gather.

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Well it is what we have come to expect from Theymos. Theymos literally has arguably the three most visible bitcoin social media sites in his sole control. The wiki, Bitcointalk and r/Bitcoin. This is to him someone taking that control away as we ramp up bitcoin.com. Theymos, we are going to make you and your censorship irrelevant!
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The blatant censorship of open dialog in bitcoin space must be stopped. Bitcoin is about monetary freedom, and that must have a basis in freedom of speech.

I support Bitcoin.com in this endeavour to take back the dialog to open forums.

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Roger Will you have a Video AMA(through Youtube,Custom HTML5 Video,Vimeo etc.. kind of like a video podcast) with these people or just a regular AMA like reddit?

Also get Brian Armstrong from Coinbase and the CEO Of GoCoin to do a AMA!

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Roger Will you have a Video AMA(through Youtube,Custom HTML5 Video,Vimeo etc.. kind of like a video podcast) with these people or just a regular AMA like reddit?
We can do both!
Ultimately it is up to each participant how much time they can devote to the AMA event.
I love the idea of streaming a Google Hang out and allowing people to ask questions there.
Does anyone have experience organizing that sort of thing and want to oversee it for the participants who will do video AMAs as well?
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Mon Oct 26, 2015 2:37 pm

Roger Will you have a Video AMA(through Youtube,Custom HTML5 Video,Vimeo etc.. kind of like a video podcast) with these people or just a regular AMA like reddit?
We can do both!
Ultimately it is up to each participant how much time they can devote to the AMA event.
I love the idea of streaming a Google Hang out and allowing people to ask questions there.
Does anyone have experience organizing that sort of thing and want to oversee it for the participants who will do video AMAs as well?
Nice! I wanted to so also add the winkelvoss Twins(CEO of Gemini) as a request for the huge AMA that you are hosting? Also I think Youtube Live stream is easy & simple to set up compared to google hangouts.

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 3:09 pm

Hey Roger, hope you are well!

I came across the press release on /r/Bitcoin, Joe (Lee) here from Magnr.com, would love to get involved and push this in front of our users too. Happy to be on it as would Colin. I spot a common theme of the Lee's of bitcoin doing AMAs on the 10th Nov. Put me down for then?

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 3:16 pm

The Rat will be looking in as often as possible - excellent initiative.

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Fuck theymos.
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I feel worried that after you have took the efforts to convince all those people to join in this AMA, it gets such less exposure being hosted here instead of places like /r/IAmA/ or /r/AMA where you can also get people's attention that are not monitoring Bitcoin frequently, which I think is important. Also, personally I feel plain forum is not well suited for a long AMA.

I'm not entirely sure about being "premier source" when bitcointalk has 500 times more members at this moment.
Sure, censoring has been a hot topic over there as of late, but has this got something to do with bitcoin.com affiliation?
hi h1d and welcome :) ,

everything has to start somewhere. this forum is 3-4 weeks old, of course it has not so many members as the other forum has.

but this forum was created in the spirit of decentralization. it is very bad for this community that one guy (theymos) controlls all major news sources. iam glad that someone like Roger launched this forum, it can only be a good thing for bitcoin.

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:30 pm

Hey @rogerver,

I think you should invite Johann Gevers (CEO of monetas.net). They recently were the first blockchain company to roll out in an entire country, as you can check here http://www.coindesk.com/tunisias-post-o ... ments-app/

Johann has also a very good understanding about on-chain and off-chain transactions.

Actually two weeks ago some people asked him to do an AMA on reddit and he agreed, but I think that it hasn´t been done yet.

I think he will be a great participant to add on the list! ;)
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Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:31 pm

Impressive list you got there Roger. Congrat!

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:57 pm

Some recent additions to the list:

Nov 10th, Johann Gevers, CEO of Monetas
Nov 10th, Joe Lee, CIO of magnr.com
Nov 19th, Matthew Roszak, Founding Partner at Tally Capital
Nov 24th, Alena Vranova CEO of SatoshiLabs (Trezor)

What do you people think of having AMA sessions on the weekends as well?
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Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:28 pm

That's a solid community and list going! See if 21 CEO Balaji Srinivasan can do the AMA.

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:38 pm

That's a solid community and list going! See if 21 CEO Balaji Srinivasan can do the AMA.
Invitation sent!

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:18 pm

this forum was created in the spirit of decentralization
I see the intention to create a new community base on the best possible domain but can you be specific about how you mean by decentralization?
Isn't this place run by a small amount of people who are interested in selling ads on *.bitcoin.com?

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:32 pm

Have you invited all of the core developers?

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 7:37 pm

Sure, censoring has been a hot topic over there as of late, but has this got something to do with bitcoin.com affiliation?
Bitcoin.com will soon be the premier place for online discussions regarding Bitcoin.
The censorship in other locations will just speedup the mass of users coming to this board.

Here is an example of the censorship happening today:
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It is up to all of us to spread the word regarding this forum that will allow advocates of more than one point of view to state their opinions.
I look forward to having everyone's help spreading the word.
Zero upvotes surely isn't censorship, but rather has something to do with an uninspiring title compared to "The mother of all Bitcoin AMAs" which currently has 138 upvotes.

Also, I second h1d's question about whether a plain forum is the optimal place for a hugely long AMA?

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:05 pm

This made me join the forum, r/Bitcoin just hasn't felt or been the same anymore since the ridiculously immature censorship started.

Looking forward to the AMA's, thanks to the whole team behind this.

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:23 pm

Roger did you add Taylor and Cameron Winkelvoss (CEO of Gemini Bitcoin exhange) and Brian Armstrong CEO of CoinBase to the AMA event also?

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