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11-20-14 -- Cody Wilson - David Wright -- (VIDEO & MP3 LOADED)

Cody Wilson (Defense Distributed; Dark Wallet) on his run for a board seat of the Bitcoin Foundation for the sole purpose of shutting it down -- David Wright (Bug Out Buggy) talks about his invention

Program Date:  Thursday, November 20, 2014
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Media Type: Audio   •  Time: 160:0 Mins and Secs
Guests Cody Wilson
Topics Defense Distributed , Dark Wallet , Running for board seat at Bitcoin Foundation

 Hour 1&2 -- Cody Wilson (Defense Distributed; Dark Wallet) on his run for a board seat of the Bitcoin Foundation for the sole purpose of shutting it down 

Hour 3 -- David Wright (Bug Out Buggy) talks about his invention

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Cody Wilson

Defense Distributed - 3D Gun Printing; Dark Wallet

Webpage: DefDist.Org

Cody Wilson's War: Dark Wallet Co-Founder Plans to Infiltrate, Destroy Bitcoin Foundation

While Americans were going to the polls Tuesday, Upstart Business Journal's Michael del Castillo reported that Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed and Darkwallet was announcing his own candidacy for the Bitcoin Foundation's board — and his motives for running were quite clear. Wilson told del Castillo:

"I will run on a platform of the complete dissolution of the Bitcoin Foundation and will begin and end every single one of my public statements with that message."

It's nothing personal, Wilson told del Castillo; it's just that Wilson feels the foundation's entire existence runs counter to the idea of an unregulated, decentralized economy, which many believe Bitcoin and other blockchain technologies could allow to flourish.

Wilson's next chance to run would be in early 2015, when Gavin Andresen and Jon Matonis will both have individual seats up for election, according to the foundation's website. Matonis resigned his position as the foundation's executive director at the end of October, but he retains his seat on the board through the end of the year.

It is unclear how, in practice, Wilson would actually get elected. "Nominations, as well as voting for candidates, must be done by current Bitcoin Foundation members," the organization's website reads.

Bitcoin Foundation's Evolving Role

The foundation has grown this past year to include 10 affiliates around the world, but there have been notable instances where members of the Bitcoin community have expressed their dissatisfaction with the organization.

Perhaps Bitcoin's most prominent spokesman, Andreas Antonopoulos resigned as a foundation member, citing what he called "a complete lack of transparency."

New executive director Patrick Murck addressed that issue in his October 30 blog post on the foundation's website introducing himself and his plans as the new executive director.

"First, we need to repair our relationship with the Bitcoin community," Murck wrote. "To do that effectively we may have to take some risks around communications and transparency to show that we can be honestly engaged with the community. That means we may not always say exactly the right thing and we might not always be on message, but we will be authentic in how we interact with the community in the future and I hope that you all get to know the people who work hard to make the Foundation go."

In the same post, Murck wrote that the foundation's new focus would be on "standardization through the bitcoin core reference implementation and actively supporting the people building the critical infrastructure that powers bitcoin."

The 26-year-old Wilson already has a noteworthy track record of developing tools that empower the decentralization of users' lives, to put it as neutrally as possible.

These projects include Defense Distributed, a non-profit that makes the Ghost Gunner, a 3D printer that turns out a fully functional firearm; and Darkwallet, a Bitcoin wallet that is designed to improve upon the currency's pseudonymity features and make transactions totally anonymous.

Both the Ghost Gunner and the Darkwallet are scheduled for public release by year's end.

Wilson has had trouble recently with payment processor Stripe. Wilson said on Monday that Stripe had told him it would no longer support payments to any of his companies for breach of its terms of service.

Guests Cody Wilson

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Cody Wilson (Cont'd)


Guests David Wright , David Wright

Topics Bug Out Buggy

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David Wright

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Comments in Response

Comment by: Pat Jack (#52312)
   Entered on: 2014-11-20 12:45:14

I enjoyed the interview with Cody Wilson. The comments and discussion about bitcoin foundation and their use of lobbyists and entrenched industry representatives seeking and courting special favor in Washington D.C., like Digital Chamber of Congress and others and the dangers that represents is very refreshing. I've been active speaking about my disgust with Perianne Boring's Digital Chamber of Commerce and her creation of her identity as the representative of bitcoin in Washington D.C.. Further, Patrick Byrne's funding of Boring's Washington D.C. efforts, (unregistered lobbying), is of great concern to me as it effects bitcoin. And then we see Britto and coincenter now lauding his organization as picking up where bitcoin foundation leaves off in Washington D.C.. And then we see coinbase hiring John Collins, a Department of Homeland Security operative having been the campaign manager for the most powerful Senator who is the point man for DHS in the Senate, (Carper), and then the hiring of Arthur Levitt, a man deeply in bed all his life with the most powerful bankers in the world, literally the servant of the bankers and the global monopolists. We really can see efforts by venture capitalists and wealthy industry players, pmarca, etc ..., we can see them carrying on with some of the same nasty political insider games in Washington D.C. that bitcoiners in general have always hated and detested, and when I try to talk about these things on reddit and other forums I get slammed and downvoted, etc ..., by the gangs of trolls that see what these unregistered lobbying groups are doing in D.C. as beneficial, potentially beneficial, for their holdings of coin and their development interests in the bitcoin space. Many of these people we see involved in activating themselves in unregistered lobbyist activities in DC are being funded by wealthy venture capitalists who regularly donate very large sums of money to political candidates, mostly those we recognize as "status quo" candidates. But these same wealthy interests involved in the bitcoin space that donate to political candidates refused to support, mostly to any degree at all, the candidates that ran in this midterm elections cycle, those that supported bitcoin, championed bitcoin and integrated bitcoin technology into their campaign websites, into the online web presence. If the many millions of dollars flowing into unregistered, and registered lobbyist activities in Washington D.C. provided by the wealthiest interests involved in the bitcoin space had gone to supporting the candidates running for office that supported bitcoin ... well ... that's not in their best interests and candidates seated in office who supported bitcoin might interfere with their special favor gathering activities using lobbyist activities at many levels. Of special note is the new Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott. Abbott took bitcoin donations, he even made a high quality YouTube video supporting bitcoin and explaining why he was taking donations in bitcoin, but Abbott was essentially ignored by the bitcoin community, the bitcoin VC community, while Hemingway was the "Millennial Bitcoin Poster Boy". Marilinda Garcia got a $2,000 donation from Patrick Byrne, but no ReTweets, no social networking support, no endorsements from the bitcoin community, etc ... And then we saw Terpin and Boring throw a lot of support behind Andrew Hemingway, making him the poster boy of the bitcoin political movement as a means to provide Terpin and Boring with some political credibility to then begin to launch themselves and their interests in the bitcoin political space. Poor Andrew, he really got pimped along with the few in bitcoin who are politically engaged, while Andrew never had a chance to win his primary much less advance to the general election and champion bitcoin in the political arena at that level. What I have seen by the most influential voices, and venture capitalists in the bitcoin space is the use of political tactics that damage the ability of the bitcoin community to engage politically. And perhaps its just a bunch of wealthy, greedy pigs that are leading the charge that do not want political representation in office that understands and champions bitcoin, for those elements in the political arena would then be damaging to their lobbyist efforts. Again, love to rant about these things, and I appreciate the interview with Cody and your comments that are similar to my thinking on these matters. Good to hear a voice that understands these types of issues. You might find this list of candidates that ran in the recent US midterm elections, those candidates that supported bitcoin and took donations in bitcoin, wrote about bitcoin, attended bitcoin conferences, etc ... http://bitpolitic.com/list-of-all-bitcoin-candidates That list was assembled and researched by the bitcoin company I founded, BitPolitic.com
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