Cryptocurrencies Are Blowing Central Banks Out Of The Water – with Jeff Berwick

Josh Sigurdson sits down with Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante and Anarchast at the Red Pill Expo in Bozeman, Montana to talk about the growing popularity among cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and STEEM despite minor corrections.
Of course Ethereum has been taking some unconventional routes and as Jeff mentions, he wasn’t expecting it to pull off what it has in 2017, but by far, Bitcoin is the crypto with the most potential.
Jeff also goes into STEEM and the incredible opportunities that Steemit provides people as a decentralized social media.
Jeff having been through the dotcom bubble went into the theory that Bitcoin is a bubble, speaking on its long term potential.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

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Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • Nomen Nescio

    I am sorry but this is an absolute joke. Cryptos only make up a tiny decimal of the global currency market. They are in no way “blowing central banks out of the water”.

  • Lili Robin

    Great video Josh. I love Jeff the Dollar Vigilante. You always put out the best financial information. Thank-you!
    I bought a small amount of cryptos, got gold and silver.

  • Matt ward

    rather watch Jeff & his dogs than this guy’s interviews. As for cryptos, be really careful!! If govt’s messes with the system that converts cryptos into real currency and make it impossible to do a transaction, its over. I’d rather hold something real and physical as a commodity not something virtual that most people can’t understand.

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