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Cody Wilson, 27 — founder and CEO of Defense Distributed (DD) and the creator of the world's first 3D printable gun
The developers of Darkwallet, the intentionally controversial and OBPP award winning Privacy Bitcoin client are believed to have abandoned the project.
The hosts of the Austin-based Crypto Show, which covers libertarianism and Bitcoin topics, have started a fundraiser for the Ulbricht family.
Darkwallet’s Cody Wilson has been denied shipping support from FedEx over a computer-controlled mill, which allows anyone to manufacture the bodies for anonymous firearms at home.
While Americans were going to the polls Tuesday, Upstart Business Journal’s Michael del Castillo reported that Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed and Darkwallet was announcing his own candidacy for the Bitcoin Foundation’s board — and his motives for running were quite clear.
As summer events of the Bitcoin environment are already announced, spring meetups open details and populate up-to-date schedules. The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada is holding Bitcoin Expo in April; it is perfect timing to provide attendees with exact agenda and speakers’ list.
Cody Wilson, most famous as the guy who invented a gun that can be made with a 3D printer, has offered but a handful of clues into his new project, Dark Wallet.
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