On November 4-5, many smart people gathered at Stanford University to show off their hard work on Bitcoin. Watch all presentations of Day 1 afternoon. Click on the links below to see the presentations.
Warning: The first one hour of the recording has no presentations. Skip to 1:06 to watch the first presentation by Peter Rizun.
1:06:00 Measuring maximum sustained transaction throughput on a global network of Bitcoin nodes (Peter Rizun, Andrea Suisani, Andrew Stone)
1:35:00 Atomically Trading with Roger: Gambling on the success of a hardfork (Patrick McCorry)
1:57:00 Discreet Log Contracts (Thaddeus Dryja)
2:23:00 Bitcoin script 2.0 and strengthened payment channels (Johnson Lau - Bitcoin developer, Olaoluwa Osuntokun - co-founder Lightning Labs)
2:56:00 Invited Talk: The State of Cryptography (Benedikt Bünz, Stanford University)
3:59:00 The Future of Proof of Work (Min Chen, Avalon ASIC Chip Architect)
4:19:00 Bobtail: A Proof-of-Work Target that Reduces Blockchain Mining Variance (Brian N. Levine, George Bissias, UMASS AMHERST)
4:45:00 Invited Talk: The Past, Present, and Future of Bitcoin in China (Bobby Lee, BTCC)