Lights. Crypto. Bitcoin.
Maybe you’re staring at your bank account and wondering how to get more free money from the government. Or maybe you’re trying to figure out the digital currencies that need to change the world by reinventing money.
If you are looking scenarios that can turn all vague explanations for Bitcoin you heard in easily digestible basis for normal people, “Cryptopia: Bitcoin, Blokcheyni and Future of the Internet” may be right for you. The documentary, published online, uses every approach to break the world’s leading digital currency – without unnecessary headaches.
The idea of the film’s creator, Thorsten Hoffman, is to clarify the topic of cryptocurrencies by meeting with industry leaders who shed light on Bitcoin as money and as a revolutionary asset.
The documentary fills the screen with 3D animations that walk the viewer through Bitcoin, how it works and why it is more than a dollar bill. It’s a whole, great global monetary system that can record anyone’s transactions.
According to the film’s creators,
“Most financial analysts say it’s better to stick to your stocks and bonds and dollars. Bitcoin is dangerous nonsense, too risky as an investment. For others, Bitcoin is an escape that will take them away from the risk – insurance against ‘financial scourge’, a way out of the debt crisis, negative interest rates, trade wars and the economic downturn. “
For Hoffman, who produced “Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It” with Michael Watoulonis in 2015, their new film aims to dispel the mystery of a system designed for people who eat popcorn and watch thrillers. .
“We have gained access to a decommissioned military bunker in a secret location in Switzerland, where it is claimed that 10% of all bitcoins worth billions of dollars are secured.”
Originally released in January in Australia, Cryptopia is now available through pay-per-view.