Bitcoins — the future evolution of money? | Travis Jank | TEDxSalem

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Travis Jank shares his knowledge on the birth and development of digital money, focusing on the alternative digital currency known as Bitcoin and where it is headed. ASL interpretation by Koli Cutler.

Discontent with the off-the-shelf PC, Travis Jank became a computer modder. He strives to push computer performance to reach its full potential through overclocking and cooling. He has given keynote speeches, chaired technology panels, assisted with product release demos, broken countless world records and even appeared on The Vanilla Ice Project.

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