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Boise Bitdevs #3: Bitcoin Whitepaper Technical Review

March 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Boise BitDevs is inspired by the original [BitDevs NYC](https://bitdevs.org/) to help grow a community in the Treasure Valley area of those interested in discussing and participating in the research and development of Bitcoin and related protocols (eg: Lightning Network). You can be well versed with or new to the topics, all are welcome. Be advised: discussion will be technical.

**Topic for this BitDevs**
This will be part 3 of a series of discussions walking through the Bitcoin Whitepaper.

**About Socratic Seminars**
Our bi-weekly Socratic Seminar events are formatted to foster debate, information sharing and lively discussion. In the weeks preceding the event, discussion topics are collated by meetup members from a variety of sources: pull requests in popular git repositories (e.g. Bitcoin Core, lnd, c-lightning, Joinmarket, Elements Alpha and Electrum), research papers, technical blog posts, IRC logs, network monitors and more. To complete the meeting, members present open source projects, companies, research and other relevant materials. A feedback and Q&A section follow. After the event the group gathers at a nearby restaurant to socialize.
A newsletter is sent out the day of the event which outlines discussion topics. Archives of discussion topics and presentations can be found in the event descriptions of past meetups and on this web site. The discussion portion of the event is NEVER recorded. It is recommended that you have a firm grasp of the basics of Bitcoin in order to extract the most value from our Socratic events.

Please contact the organizers if you’d like to present at a future Socratic event or have a recommended topic for discussion: `Twiter: @TheBitcoinET`. There are different requirements for presentations depending on the nature of the project. Check this list of suggestions for [where to find topics](https://bitdevsla.org/about/find-topics) for future seminars.


March 22
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Boise State University, Downtown Computer Science Building
777 W Main St, Room CCP 260
Boise, id 83702 us
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