Transition to Decentralised Cryptocommerce: Rebellion or Peaceful Evolution?

Will the replacement of legacy government-controlled currencies and transaction processing be by open rebellion and setting up of defended enclaves beyond the reach of the slavers (for example, Silk Road and the darknet) or by an incremental process of exploiting grey areas and creating new forms of commerce that eventually make their legacy competitors obsolete, as did many forms of Internet e-commerce? And, despite its being talked about and experimented with since the 1960s, do customers really want micropayment systems?

This is a discussion between Jim Epstein of Reason magazine, Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive, and Primavera de Filippi of Harvard University and co-author of Blockchain and the Law.