'Bitcoin: Buenos Aires' Documentary Now Available For Viewing

'Bitcoin: Buenos Aires' Documentary Now Available For Viewing

If you're the type that enjoys consuming bitcoin-related media, you may be interested to learn that there's a new documentary out on the topic called Bitcoin: Buenos Aires. Produced by TheProtocol. TV, the film takes a look at the development of bitcoin in Argentina - a country suffering from a devaluing currency in the amount of about thirty percent annually. Here's an official description of the film from the website: Filmed over three days at the beginning of July in Argentina, "Bitcoin: Buenos Aires" provides a never before seen glimpse into the heart of the preeminent Bitcoin....


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For bitcoin to make it it needs to be banned by a few governments and critiqued by policy makers. Otherwise it will fade.

Nassim Taleb, Author and Risk Analyst