The invitation-only Satoshi Roundtable conference is set to convene for the second year in a row, this time at an undisclosed location in North America.
To be held from 26th to 28th February, the event follows the inaugural edition of Satoshi Roundtable, which garnered criticism at the time of announcement for an alleged lack of transparency and air of secrecy. Though it eventually opened its doors to limited media presence, this year's event, by contrast, will be closed to the public.
In interview, organizer and Bitcoin Foundation executive director Bruce Fenton indicated that the event is to include "TED Talk"-like presentations, longer keynotes and speeches by individuals outside the bitcoin and blockchain community.
Notably, given the participants, Fenton said that the long-standing question of how the bitcoin network should be scaled to increase transaction capacity would also be discussed by event participants.
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