cool. Do you also have the remaining part?
I would be interested to hear the questions and answers?
If you dont have a video, can you share the essence of the Q&As?
I had to edit out the Q&A at the end because the audio started going weird, you can hear some hissing but at the end it made it inaudible.
The Q&A's were mostly technically related. One person pointed out that transaction fees will eventually exist in a few decades since that will be the only way for miners to make money. However, the response to that is that even though transaction fees will exist, they will be highly competitive and still better than anything VISA or PayPal is offering.
Another person asked what PLATO had actually bought with Bitcoins other than food and gas and he mentioned a METRO card pass and some other stuff.
One guy really understood the mathematics behind Bitcoin, especially how the 21 million limit is approached asymptotically-like and asked some really technical questions. I hope some of my fellow students will be joining the forums since I think they could really contribute to the community.
The best "question" was from a female teacher at the back of the audience who was generally dismayed at how all us "kids" were probably pissing off the federal government and she wanted us to know that we probably weren't as clever as we thought we were.
There was also a mixed reaction to Bitcoin while we were handing out flyers. One guy took a flyer, read it and balled it up in my friend's face but my friend just laughed. One guy didn't like how Bitcoin could be used to evade taxes because "you gotta pay taxes". It seemed that the younger audience got it but the older crowd was fairly hostile which isn't too surprising.