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A small group gathered at Pauper’s Pub in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood on a Saturday afternoon in November 2012 to talk about Bitcoin. Anthony Di Iorio, now a well-known serial entrepreneur, had organized the get-together, having recently heard the gospel about the then-little-known cryptocurrency and become a convert. Concerned about the health of the financial system, he sold his Toronto rental properties, purchased some bitcoins and was looking for like-minded people to share his newfound zeal.
Di Iorio created the event on the site Meetup.com: “This will be the first Bitcoin meetup in Toronto. Let’s just get together and see what happens.” A handful of people he had never met signed up. One pale and gangly attendee said no thank you to the beer, pub food and most social interaction. His name was Vitalik Buterin and he was a first-year student at the University of Waterloo in southwestern Ontario, where he was studying computer science. “He didn’t talk much. There was no real conversation with him. He was just literally shaking,” Di Iorio says. “Over the meetups we got to know him better.”