Bitcoin: The People’s Money #1 With Jeffrey Tucker, Roger Ver and Tomas Forgac

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  •  Jeffrey Tucker

    Best site for prices

    This is the one I use http://preev.com just because t is simple and tells you what you need to know

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  •  Anonymous

    ETH over 10 USD

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    Changing to Bitcoin Subscription…?

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This is the first episode in a monthly series dedicated to Bitcoin.

We could hardly have better guests than Chief Liberty Officer of Liberty.me, Jeffrey Tucker, and Roger “Bitcoin Jesus” Ver, investor in some of the most successful Bitcoin companies like Blockchain.info, BitPay, and Kraken. We will talk about Jeffrey’s latest book “Bit By Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World”, businesses that Roger is involved in, their path to Bitcoin, and how it relates to the philosophy of liberty and the Austrian school of economics.

This is a public event, so members and nonmembers alike are welcome to sign up here.

New to cryptocurrency? Read this Liberty.me guide to learn all about getting started with Bitcoin!

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