Welcome to episode 62 of‚The Bitcoin Game, I’m Rob Mitchell. Michel Rauchs is the Cryptocurrency and Blockchain lead at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF). For the past few years, Michel has devoted his life to studying the space, and he’s been a big part of several comprehensive studies that dig into many aspects of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. You’ll see Michel and his reports cited in tons of articles, particularly those that focus on Bitcoin’s energy use. I hope you enjoy Michel as my guest on today’s episode.
Michel Rauchs on Twitter
Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance
CCAF (2017) – Global Cryptocurrency Benchmarking Study
CCAF (December 2018) – 2nd‚Global Cryptoasset Benchmarking Study (Section 7 has mining stats and map)
CCAF (August 2018) – Distributed Ledger Technology Systems
Marc Bevand (2017) – Electricity consumption of Bitcoin
Michel’s 2018 Blog post, “A note on censorship resistance”
Michel Rauchs, Xmas Lecture (December 2017)
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