This week’s Bitcoin.com podcast features Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante and the organizer of the anarcho-capitalist conference ‘Anarchapulco’ in Mexico.
Jeff Berwick is a well-known anarcho-capitalist, and the founder of the blog The Dollar Vigilante, a web portal that focuses on voluntaryism, gold, silver, bitcoin and offshore banking. Berwick details how he envisions bitcoin going forward after its recent price spike and the fork that bifurcated the blockchain into two networks. The Dollar Vigilante founder also speculates on the future of the new digital asset ‘Bitcoin Cash’ (BCH) and how individuals can capitalize off of its existence.
Berwick further discusses anarcho-capitalism and his notorious conference in Mexico, Anarchapulco, an event dedicated to the libertarian philosophy and cryptocurrencies as well. Last year Bitcoin.com was the lead sponsor and the event featured a full day focused on digital currencies and blockchain technology. ‘Cryptopulco’ showcased a broad spectrum of cryptocurrency luminaries such as Tatiana Moroz, Jeffrey Tucker, Roger Ver, and Rick Falkvinge. Berwick explains what to expect at this year’s Anarchapulco 2018 in February, stating;
We have the creme-de-le-creme, all the top names in true freedom, voluntaryism, anarcho-capitalism names come to the conference and speak at it.
Check out Bitcoin.com’s podcast with Jeff Berwick here or listen to the show below with the streaming audio player.
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