At the Blockchain Summit Latam 2020, Juan Llanos gave a lecture entitled “The War of the Crypto Worlds: Political Structures Against the Crypto Revolution”.
Juan Llanos was featured at the event as a regulatory specialist. The speaker said: “I work mainly in the corporate world. I have advised the government sector at some point, but I dedicate myself to advising fintech, startups, etc. “
At the outset, he said that over the past few months he has been very focused on understanding the dynamics of power, dominance and market in this world. “”I have more questions than answers”He said later.
Most of his presentation was a review with historical overtones and concepts, noting that when Bitcoin emerged, it was a political statement to the establishment about what had happened to the financial system.
Then he tried to do an analysis, analyzing the promises of these new technologies and contrasting them with what had happened in the past decade. With that in mind, he emphasized that there was a promise of freedom.
“”The promise made by the Bitcoin network was to minimize trust”He said in another moment of the conversation. He also highlighted another trait: “Relying less and less on human subjectivity and more relying on systems.” Then he mentioned that another promise was automation and cost reduction.
In another overview, he contrasted the different properties of different blockchains that have emerged in recent years with their own particularities. And he spoke of the potential of these new disruptive technologies.
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