Adam is a .NET/C# developer, who got his first Bitcoin experience under Nicolas Dorier in Japan, where he co-authored "Programming the Blockchain in C#". While Nicolas moved on to creating BTCPay, Adam moved on to building privacy technologies for Bitcoin. This journey led to the creation of Wasabi Wallet, an open source privacy-focused Bitcoin wallet with built-in Coinjoin.
Day 2 | DEV Track | 3:05 - 3:45
Lightning Privacy Panel
Privacy is a fundamental human right, essential to autonomy and the protection of human dignity, serving as the foundation upon which many other human rights are built. If intrusive surveillance companies are allowed to continue their malpractices with further adoption of Bitcoin, this could become a threat to personal safety, human dignity, the operation of a free market and ultimately, a free society. This panel will discuss privacy of the on-chain footprint and privacy of the off-chain payments in the light of most recent technological developments like Taproot, Schnorr, PTLCs, Coinjoins, Trampoline and Swaps, as well as what areas need further development and resources.
Adam Ficsor - Wasabi Wallet
Peter Todd - Bitcoin Core Developer
Bastien Teinturier - Software Developer ACINQ
Openoms - Raspiblitz
Host: Stephan Livera - Host of the Bitcoin Podcast
Listen - Adam Ficsor from Wasabi on Reclaiming Your Bitcoin Privacy
Watch - Wasabi Wallet Creator Adam Ficsor - How He Started, Wasabi 2.0, & Coinjoin
Listen - Wasabi Flavored Privacy
Watch - The History of Wasabi Wallet