PhD candidate in Anthropology at Syracuse University
William Suk is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at Syracuse University. His academic research examines the role of social media in facilitating economic collaboration in globally-dispersed families. William has keenly observed the development of Bitcoin, paying special attention to its parallels with mobile money, and its emerging use as a conduit for international remittances.
He occasionally blogs about Bitcoin adoption in Africa, including the BitPesa remittance service (https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/in-depth-review-bitpesa) and the MMM pyramid scheme (https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/mmm-global-republic-of-bitcoin-cryptos-next-scandal).