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Bitcoin: The End Of Money As We Know It traces the history of money from the bartering societies of the ancient world to the …


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  1. Donโ€™t believe you canโ€™t make anything from the market, the only reason it will get to that is if you follow the wrong advisory while thinking you know it all. Seek quality expertise and seek financial freedom

  2. hey! First, I wanted to thank you for your work and clear explanations, second I wanted to ask for the permission to write the definition you made at the start of the video for my thesis. Thanks for your time I really appreciate it

  3. Hello, I'm new to Bitcoin trade and I've been making huge losses but recently I see a lot of people earning from it. please can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

  4. This sounds good but what happens when there is no electricity in the world ? Or something happens with our electronics how would we access our coins , your promotion is good but it is just as negative as banks and money .

  5. Every time Bitcoin is deep in the red and I start questioning things, I come back to this documentary and get insanely bullish again. Bitcoin is inevitable!

  6. The length of this movie could be cut by 70% if the dramatic content was left on the cutting room floor. A real pity, because it raises unnecessary doubt as to intent and integrity. Statements like @27:42 "(Fractional reserve banking) is the part of money creation creation that isn't taight in economics class…" – really??!! You should demand your mony back if that's the case. My Econimics 1 class in 1981 got that out of the way in the first semester. Secondly, @28:02 the (factually correct) statement is made that "The entire (fiat money) system is based on trust." What ISN"T said at the same time is that CRYPTO IS NO DIFFERENT – if the holders of bitcoin lose faith, trust, belief – call it what you will – in bitcoin being transferrable, it too will become virtually instantly worthless, and the holders will be left with a statement, a piece of paper evidencing their holding of digits in the ether, and nothing more. So, just as the holder of a US dollar bill doesn't determine its value – rather it is the willingness and the desire of holders of OTHER assets to exchange those assets for the dollar – so the bitcoin holder must hope, pray and believe that other asset holders will be willing to exchange with him/her. Else… tickets, nada!
    Having said that, I wouldn't argue against a return to medieval European retribution against bankers who can't repay depositors but HAVE the funds to pay executive bonuses! And no bank is "too big to fail" but not too big to be bailed out by the tax payers! One understands the collateral social harm of a bank failure, but to allow private enterprise to profit in good times but socialise its self-inflicted losses is not an option. Why not legislate that the loss is underwritten by the private banks themselves? These institutions know when a competitor is up to something dodgy – so incentivise them to report to regulators with teeth BEFORE malpractice reaches "too big to fail" scale.

  7. bitcoin is going to go down on the coming months then up like in every year brother……….it's obvious, the same thing is going to happen like in 2018

  8. Every single person I know lost money on this funny money. Every single person. Even very large financial advisors. Stay away. It a huge scam. Bitcoin is a huge scam, huge.

  9. Bitcoin does not represent some kind of magical mathematical truth. Bitcoin's existence is based upon open software code and a clever system to create and transfer digital currency.

    The only math is the complicated algorithms that must be solved by the mining servers to control the rate of growth of the total supply of bitcoins available and to preserve the transparent ledgers from being alterered.

  10. History does in fact know who Eculid and Archimedes were. They were real people and there are historical records of their existence and their contributions. They were not a virtual creation consisting of multiple people or institutions.

  11. Money is an issue that everyone has for a better and luxurious life. life was hard for me until I started Bitcoin and I'm now earning $9,500 per week.

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  13. History has shown that money cannot be entrusted to anyone , any group, or any organization whatsoever. Money must therefore become trust-free. This is the pivotal solution that cryptocurrencies offer. Decentralisation is the future of money. Great doco btw

  14. "People are suggesting that it's going to be another world currency, a rival of the Dollar, the Euro or the Yen. I think thats not gonna happen. I prefer to trust the bank or central government compare to botcoin. Is because someone accountable. Whereas with bitcoin, its completely deregulated. There's no central control, there's noone held accountable. It's a free float.
    It's purely demand and supply deiven. Newest tool to acquire the forbidden."

    Its nothing more than a fantasy.

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