Consumers’ Research Releases Blockchain Whitepaper, Features Jeff Garzik in Latest Issue

The Consumers’ Research Executive Director Joe Colangelo unveiled a new blockchain whitepaper titled “Bretton Woods 2015: the Promise of Bitcoin and the Blockchain” at the North American Bitcoin Conference held in Miami on Friday, January 22nd, 2016. The whitepaper provides a summary and analysis of the “Bretton Woods 2015” Bitcoin & Blockchain workshop/seminar that was attended by an A-list cast of blockchain influencers. You can click here to access the whitepaper for free.

The original Bretton Woods summit was where over 700 delegates came together from 44 nations in 1944 following World War II to establish the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency and pegged the dollar’s value to gold. Held in the same Bretton Woods area of New Hampshire as the original conference, the name and location of the 2015 workshop is fitting as many believe Bitcoin could be a suitable “neutral” world reserve currency.

Consumers’ Research, founded in 1929, is “an independent educational organization whose mission is to increase the knowledge and understanding of issues, policies, products, and services of concern to consumers and to promote the freedom to act on that knowledge and understanding.”

You can read the entire Winter 2015 issue of Consumers’ Research’s magazine, including the feature story on Bitcoin core developer Jeff Garzik, for free via their website. Click on the link titled “this issue” under Winter 2015 to access the PDF version of the magazine.

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