1. Introducción a 15.S12 Blockchain and Money, otoño de 2018



MIT 15.S12 Blockchain and Money, otoño de 2018 Instructor: Prof. Gary Gensler Ver curso completo: lista de reproducción de YouTube: esta lección proporciona una introducción al curso y la tecnología blockchain. Capítulos 0:00 Listas de títulos 0:20 Bienvenida; Introducción al curso 4:15 Lecturas en clase 5:13 Una lección de historia para contextualizar 9:22 La criptografía es comunicación en presencia de adversarios 12:14 Lista de monedas digitales fallidas entre 1989 y 1999 15:38 Qué es la cadena de bloques 19:26 Pizza por bitcoin 21:37 Tecnología blockchain 22:41 Papel del dinero y las finanzas 26:40 Problemas del sector financiero y oportunidades potenciales de blockchain 28:44 Problemas del sector financiero con la tecnología blockchain y lo que favorece el sector financiero 35:00 Marco de políticas públicas 36:46 La prueba del pato 37:25 Los titulares analizan las criptomonedas 39:35 Casos de uso potencial del sector financiero 41:57 El libro de Larry Lessig “código y otras leyes del ciberespacio” 48:46 Esquema de todas las clases 49:08 Preguntas de estudio 50:55 Lecturas y videos 52:04 Conclusiones 55:13 Preguntas 1:01:42 Créditos Licencia: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Más información sobre Otros Corrí

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23 comentarios

  1. Yes but answer me this. Is ETH a security?

  2. Why is so much time spent emphasizing on "who invented what before who in which year" and "how is this connected to MIT"? It's not a history lesson and I'm afraid I'll just forget all that information because in fact they aren't relevant after all. A list of paper assigned for reading is good enough, if credit assignment is important that'll shine through the reading assignments and maybe the lecturer can mention that briefly as well. No point asking students if they know "THE history".

  3. he is now 33rd Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission

  4. This was really informative. Can I say I took MIT courses now? Lol

  5. This is how the internet should be used! Thank you so much for making this free!

  6. There are a number of confusions/conflations in this outline. Here are the corrected basics:
    1. Money is legally an agreement between two or more parties. Setting legal tender laws aside, anything can be money in private commerce.

    2. Currencies are the standardization of "money agreements" – i.e. a One Dollar Federal Reserve Note is a non-interest-bearing promissory note.

    3. The function of currency is that of language of value aka "pricing function" expressed as a unit of account. The largest network effects are attached to that function.

    4. The primary use case of currency today is lending. All digital government-issued fiat currency is in a constant state of lending, as such strictly speaking there are no 'deposits'.

    5. The secondary use case of currency is spending. The client software for the latter might be a web or mobile app, or coded into hardware – i.e. debit cards, ultimately accessing a demand deposit account.

    6. Setting physical cash aside, the medium of exchange (MOE) for all currencies – including "cryptocurrencies" – are bytes. In that respect bitcoin (BTC) uses the same MOE as the US Dollar and other fiat currencies.

    7. Globally the leading unit of account (UOA) is US Dollar. In that respect, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are frequently denominated in USD, with wallet interfaces offering other fiat currency translations.

    8. Tokens are standardized smart contracts built atop a public blockchain, which can be digital bearer instruments (DBIs). DBIs can in principle settle 'instantly' with finality and without a third party.

  7. is funny how youtube admins sends us to this video after each video that i see
    let me tell you all i sold bitcoin in 2021
    and i own 0 ethereum, there is a new ethereum, as is realy criptographic, more than bitcoin ethereum and monero

  8. It’s sad how Americans are so grateful for a normal lecture, in Portugal we have University for free, I think is on porpose your government don’t allow you to education, for you stay dumb and they do what they want.

  9. Absolutely amazing video

  10. Very interesting! Thanks for this video

  11. Absolutely amazing video

  12. This is Goldmine from MIT . Please post more of this to follow up . It’s 2022 .
    Where are we ?

  13. Nice. Can I get more of this

  14. Why would you want to bank the unbanked? There may be a reason for them not being baked.

  15. I rate MIT high of the quality of this lesson on blockchain and digital monetary exchange.

  16. Ahh 4 yrs in the past!

  17. Bet these guys wish they bought some back then 😂

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