“Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It” Documentary Available Now on Vimeo, BitTorrent Bundle

Bitcoin documentaries are always fascinating for novice digital currency enthusiasts, as they have access to a convenient medium to learn something new. Granted, sometimes these documentaries present outdated information. Bitcoin, The End of Money As We Know It is now available on Vimeo and BitTorrent Bundle.

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The list of Bitcoin documentaries is still fairly short at this time, but there is always a sense of anticipation whenever a new release is coming up.  In the case of “Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It”, that release has been anticipated for quite some time now.  But the wait is finally over, as this Bitcoin documentary can now be purchased on both Vimeo and BitTorrent Bundle  platforms.

Whenever Bitcoin is introduced to a new group of enthusiasts, there is always a slight hurdle to overcome in terms of explaining why it offers advantages over fiat currency as we know it.  And regardless of how that conversation is perceived, it ends up being quite drawn-out and boring at times when discussing the history of money.

Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It explains the history of money in a video format and unveils some things most people already know, as well as some other things hardly anyone knows about.  Finding the proper layman terminology to achieve this goal is not an easy feat.  However, the writer/director/producer of this Bitcoin documentary is fairly confident young adults will take away quite a bit of information from it.

Bitcoin is a very complex topic, as there is much more to it than just the Bitcoin price mainstream media likes to rave about.  The revolutionary aspect of Bitcoin itself is a lengthy topic to discuss, and in order to explain it properly, it has to be put into its rightful context.  Striking a conversation about Bitcoin out of the blue rarely goes well, and as with any informative talk, starting at the beginning is the best approach.

This historical context is what makes “Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It” so interesting, and different from other Bitcoin documentaries.  Even though this is only a 60-minute video, the first half of it does not even reference Bitcoin at all.  Explaining the history of money is an integral part of the Bitcoin mindset, and with the right mix of humour and storytelling, a cohesive story has been created.

“Most people have heard of bitcoin.  But not enough people understand it.  Our documentary is a crash course in this disruptive technology.  ‘Bitcoin: The End Of Money As We Know It’ puts a clear, unbiased lens on the history of money, the role of institutions, and the rise of digital currencies.”  – Torsten Hoffmann, Writer, Director and Producer of Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It told Digital MoneyTimes.

BitTorrent Bundle, Vimeo and TheProtocol.TV

Customers who are interested in purchasing their copy of “Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It” have three options at their disposal.  Both Vimeo and BitTorrent Bundle offer the documentary for a relatively cheap price.  However, the BitTorrent Bundle option gives you a few bonuses, including an “Ode to Satoshi” MP3 file and various other video and audio clips.

Note from the Author: Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It can be purchased on Amazon and iTunes as well.

Those of us who prefer to pay in Bitcoin, however, can head over to the TheProtocol.tv website.  Most of the video material can be unlocked here by making small Bitcoin micropayments.

Source:  Press Release via Email

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