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Blockchain, the key technology behind Bitcoin, is a new network that helps decentralize trade, and allows for more peer-to-peer transactions. WIRED challenged political scientist and blockchain researcher Bettina Warburg to explain blockchain technology to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.

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  1. She's not really explaning what blockchain is, only what it can be used for. She doesn't sound like a blockchain expert to me.

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  2. so block chain reminds me of that rich guy that got his experimental autonomous car hacked and it was remotely commanded to ram a tree at 80mph…..if it is in a computer..it can be hacked…it is that simple….you buy your bitcoin and what not for "investments"..i will buy gold,silver, guns and ammo for mine…lets see who really comes out ahead in the end.

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  3. Excellent!!!

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  4. LOL at this lady

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  5. Is there a version of this without the staring squawky sounding American…almost any other accent is preferred…oh not Arab as I tend to end up with phlegm on my face when they talk…

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  6. the next trend in block chain is block chain games. At first it took me a while to understand but the potential is huge. Crypto Celebrities is the new blockchain game. It uses Etherum blockchain. Similar to Crypto Kitties but has a real world aspect to it. Everyone can invest in their favorite celeb contract and make profit in Ethereum when they sell the contract!

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  7. THAT'S C O O L

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  8. its estimated that bitcoin blockchain transactions uses more energy than nigeria (by design) and have an over 100gb ledger now, which is steadily growing. If it was more mainstream it would be far bigger now and that ledger needs to exist on every node and sync between nodes. I'm not sure why enthusiasts don't see this as a big problem.

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  9. Blockchain Girl, please stop upalking! You are degrading the subject by your intonation….

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  10. Nice video but way too much make up for a such beautifull woman !

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  11. WASSA WASSA WASSA WASSUUUPPPPP BITCOOOOOOONNNEEEEEEEEECT

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  12. Insanecrazyeyes = confirmed.

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  13. Electroneum! Thank me later

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  14. Aethia – Pokemon type game built on the – ETH blockchain early access going on now! https://aethia.co/welcome/OqByunrq68s54Y4iHQZiRHNUX4nMwU5i

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  15. still I dont quite understand how it works. maybe because there are no examples. or because I am not a native english speaker. or because its after midnight and ive had a very long day. or maybe because i am high. guess a little bit of everything XD

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  16. Still don't know how it works, and I'm still skeptical. I will not be investing in cryptos, that's for sure.

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  18. I'd rather have a giant corporation to scare the sh*t out of someone who doesn't want to pay than to go to a small claims court.

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  19. Dangerous

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  20. Ya'll keeping talking about how she makes direct eye contact and doesn't blink. But i'm over listening to her explain to the 5 year old… and not gonna lie. It really helped me understand this emerging technology.

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  21. When one thousand good things are said, and zero bad things are mentioned, it is called advertisement. There are tonnes of risks and downside to blockchain that all these "experts" are not saying. Or in the first place, are they even aware of such downsides. For a start, don't invite a Historian as an expert guest. Try getting a computer scientist or cryptology professor to give their opinions. You probably will get a more rounded "education" on Blockchain. But then I realized that this is an advertisement and not an education video. Sorry, next Blockchain "expert" please.

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  22. Well done , nicely done.

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  23. can a virus effect these transactions and corrupt the data, kinda like a virus affecting an MS word file?

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  24. Omg she’s sooo creepy

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  25. She says b….it. Using blockchain requeires intermediaries (always miners and usually exchanges as nearly no one is accepting bitcoin as such)

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  26. Level 5 blew her up lol

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  27. Absolutely brilliant.
    I thoroughly enjoyed it, learned a bit more, and know that this will benefit all beings.

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  28. I feel so educated thanks for the vid!

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