Yesterday Flattr co-founder Peter Sunde share the stage at London Web Summit with Ben Milne (Dwolla), John Lunn (PayPal) and Jacob de Geer (iZettle) to discuss the future of money.
Unfortunately the video is not embeddable so you’ll need to jump over to the recording of the session to see the 20 minute panel.
Just before the panel Peter was interviewed by VisionOnTV to discuss decentralization of money.
Wired magazine also covered the discussion in their Peter Sunde: We need cash for anonymous transactions piece.
A cashless society would be a bad thing because everything would be traceable and you wouldn’t buy things that were controversial, according to Peter Sunde, founder of the Pirate Bay and micropayment service Flattr.