Filmmaker: Nicholas Mross
Daniel Mross is a mechanism programmer from Pittsburgh, who – along with balancing work, marriage, and lifting 3 boys – spends most of his time concerned in all associated to Bitcoin.
When he detected a crypto-currency in 2011, it non-stop adult an uncharted universe of new possibilities for him to explore.
“It’s fascinating to suppose what it means to have tellurian decentralised money,” he says.
In this two-part documentary, we go inside a formidable universe of Bitcoin to explore the amicable and domestic impact of an open-source digital banking and ask if it could emanate a financial model change that will perpetually change a world.
What is Bitcoin and who invented it?
Bitcoin, most like a internet in 1994, is not simply explained or understood. Its advocates review a technical creation to that of a World Wide Web. But while a internet altered a approach people communicate, Bitcoin changes a approach people perspective and use money.
Bitcoin was combined to yield an choice to a banking system. It is an open accounting complement that allows thousands of computers from around a universe to lane tenure of digital tokens – a Bitcoin – as partial of a squeeze transaction.