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Bitcoin Brighton August Meetup: Next week!

August 19, 2014


So it’s been quiet round here recently – a lot of my attention has been taken up with and sorting out meetups. It’s a hard life. Posts have been building up, so expect a bit of a flurry while the pipes clear through a bit… Speaking of meetups, the next Brighton Bitcoin meetup is […]

Brighton Bitcoin meetup 8th April

March 31, 2014


Here we go – April “maybe a website?” Brighton Bitcoin meetup details below… WHAT: Brighton Bitcoin – for any and all interested in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, altcoin, cryptocurrencies, alt economics, money. Bring a wallet to pay with BTC, or cash to buy coins. WHEN: Tuesday 8th April, 6pm til late WHERE: Earth and Stars, Windsor […]

Bitcoin at the Pub: Notes from the Real World

February 4, 2014


The heavy jangle of a solo electric guitar being thrashed rings out behind me. I’m alone at the bar of the Blind Tiger club in Brighton, staring at my phone, hoping my elbow isn’t sitting in a puddle of iced water. The barman is helping out a new customer, and I’m staring through the gloom […]

Brighton Bitcoin meetup *tomorrow*, BTC accepted

January 27, 2014


Bugger, been so busy recently I posted this everywhere except me own blog. Excited to say there’s the third Brighton Bitcoin meetup tomorrow at the Blind Tiger club, 6pm. I’m even more excited because we’re hoping to actually use Bitcoin to buy real beer at the club – the owner has promised QR codes! There’s […]

Brighton Bitcoin meetup II – next week

December 6, 2013


Just announced the second Brighton Bitcoin meetup. Details in link, or see below: Brighton Bitcoin 2nd Meetup, usual short notice applies ūüėČ When: This Wednesday (11th December), 6pm til whenever Where: Prince George pub, Trafalgar Street, BN1 4EQ ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬† I’ll bring a copy of Bitcoin Magazine for easy identification. Also […]

Introduction to Bitcoin: A talk

September 24, 2012


I gave a talk on Bitcoin as part of the¬†Technology and My Pocket conference¬†in Brighton yesterday, which aimed to bring emerging technology and practices (such as 3D Printing, Agile working, etc) to a less techie, more local-community audience. The weather was atrocious, the walls were filled with creativity, my talk ran on a bit, but […]