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Distributed ledgers are high-integrity journals built atop peer-to-peer networks for recording transactions between participants. Their appeal lies in the ability of participants to track every transaction in which they’re involved but at the same time the public nature of these journals proves a huge threat to privacy. Join digital identity researcher Ellie for an exploration of these themes.
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Eleanor McHugh has a passion for the esoteric corners of programming stretching back to her misspent teenage years. During the course of her career she’s worked on mission critical systems ranging from avionics to banking security and digital trust arbitration. Ellie now devotes her time to writing digital romances in Ruby, Go & Crystal, exploring the complex relationship between anonymity and trust in digital spaces.