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Jeff appears on Victurus Libertas, topics include: there is no way Bitcoin is a covert operation or psy-op of any kind, Bitcoin can only undermine state power, attacking the root of power, government blockchains, the war on cash, and end to inflation, Ripple the bankster coin, another exiting year in crypto, Bitcoin transaction fees and speed, Core vs Cash, reduction in Bitcoin usage, all the details on the upcoming Anarchapulco conference

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65 Comments on Bitcoin Has Been Compromised! Learning How To Protect Yourself With Victurus Libertas

  1. Oy vey

  2. Michael Kenish // 8th January 2018 at 5:55 pm // Reply

    Goodvideo jeff! Respect from philly

  3. What about the Economist cover from 1988? Coincidence?

  4. Why would “they” create something that can take down the central banks?
    Because the central banks were never designed to last forever.
    We know “they” want a world currency.
    What better way to introduce a world currency, than to make it better than the old world currencies.
    Money itself is a belief system.

    • rockethead555 // 8th January 2018 at 8:54 pm // Reply

      You are wrong . . they dont want to screw up their own central banks. By the nature of Bitcoin (at least its original design) we can see it goes against fiat currency. I could agree they will “replace old currency” but on their terms, not by someone else’s . Their desperation has been seen on their minions who have been babbling since Btc started taking off, protesting against it and threatening. What we do see now is that somehow they infiltrated Btc making it slow and expensive to move around. Someone sold out within the Btc designer team and probably agreed to make it slow by not making the block bigger . . so it will become cumbersome to use and people loose interest . . then, they will pump up their own currency

    • MrCharlieSurf // 8th January 2018 at 8:54 pm // Reply

      rockethead555 they created the crash of 29′. We live in the matrix and everything here is manufactured.

    • Money is not a religion just as much as sex is not a religion. Without sex there’s nothing. You don’t exist.

    • MrCharlieSurf // 8th January 2018 at 10:45 pm // Reply

      $ is based on faith.

    • I don’t think that “they” created anything. They hijacked the project through Blockstream.

  5. The name Satoshi can be defined as “born from the ashes”.

    Craig Wright, a guy who was thought to be the real Satoshi Nakamoto, said this:

    *‘What about Satoshi?’ ‘
    It means “ash”,’ he said.
    ‘The philosophy of Nakamoto is the neutral central path in trade. Our current system needs to be burned down and remade. That is what cryptocurrency does – it is the phoenix …’
    ‘So satoshi is the ash from which the phoenix …’
    ‘Yes. And Ash is also the name of a silly Pokémon character. The guy with Pikachu.’ Wright smiled. ‘In Japan the name of Ash is Satoshi,’ he said. *

    • Paradigm Prospector // 8th January 2018 at 7:54 pm // Reply

      Super helpful comment.
      Not sure whether the phoenix symbol makes me feel any better…

    • chronotriggerfan // 8th January 2018 at 10:18 pm // Reply

      Japanese names are written with kanji and can have dozens of meanings depending on the symbols used. Different symbols have entirely different meanings yet share phonetic sounds.

      As “Satoshi Nakamoto” has never actually been written in kanji, but just Romanized text, this is pure hokum. People have been trying to drum up wild theories on this for years to entertain the dim-witted among us.

    • apocalypse   Interesting comment.

    • Chronotriggerfan  So are you saying the cover of the economist magazine from 1988 with the phoenix is just a theory?

    • Satoshi actually means central…and nakamoto means “wise” or “intelligent”…do some research and stop just blindly believing the elite!

  6. Jeff, the conspiracy makes sense because of this…Nations and Governments and the bankers were only ever stepping stones on the path to the true goal. The fabric of the old world is dissolving to be replaced with a new technocratic era. Public Key encryption will eventually be broken and the only logical step ensure the security of people’s digital assets is to have the encryption process based on your personal genome, your DNA. The Internet of Things will continue to grow, AI will continue to grow, and the people who became super rich from crypto will be offered as a public example of why its OK to get yourself microchipped in some way. This is why the conspiracy makes sense. That’s just my view however…

    • I thought about this with some time and here’s my result. Technology is neutral, therefor it’s not technology that is going to enslave us, but governments and central planners that use tech in this way are. It’s a dual bladed sword, and one of the reasons why we come this far is because we have harnessed the power of that sword and use it for good. In no way will you stop technological advancement, just like you pointed out. We have to accept it and use it for good. What do you think?

    • erictheBaptist // 8th January 2018 at 8:26 pm // Reply

      yeah dill you’re right. Government is not gonna go away quietly. they’ll kill people before walking away.

  7. Jeff you really should take a breath in between thoughts.. “Speed talker”

  8. jeff,, if bitcoin is only limited at 21million(whatever the number is,BUT, its divisible to 8 digits ,, doesn’t that make bitcoin actual number 21million times 8 digits? this only a limited number is a total BS story also

    • AnarchistMetalhead // 8th January 2018 at 7:45 pm // Reply

      dividing gold into grams or even smaller units doesn”t give you more ounces

    • joe b

      u need to listen closer to what your math teacher is teaching you!

    • we don’t quantify the amount of dollars in existence by the amount of pennies they represent.

    • When they refer to how many bitcoins are, when you compare with iotas, they refer to the smalles unit of a bitcoin and that is 0.00000001 “bitcoins” or more commonly reffered to 1 satoshi.

      1 bitcoin have 100,000,000 satoshi, 21 millions bitcoins have 2,100,000,000,000,000 satoshis

      1 MIOTA have 1,000,000 iotas, 2,779,530,283 MIOTA’s have 2,779,530,283,277,761 IOTAS

    • aaaaa what? And cents add up to dollars right? know your satoshi

  9. There is so much bull talked by many people who have no idea what they are talking about its an absolute pleasure to listen to Jeff. If i was asked who is the one person who i would like to sit and have a beer with it would be this man.

    • I am saving up to do exactly that my friend. I am sick and tired of the banksters ruining peoples lives. Its time for crypto warriors to lead from the front. I am not stupid enough to believe that they wont target my hypnotherapy business. Its already happening but i wont back down. Its time for ordinary people to take back this world which we live in. I wish you and your family a safe and prosperous 2018.

    • Ralph A. Wolf // 8th January 2018 at 7:25 pm // Reply

      Watch your wallet.

    • Kathleen St. Clare // 8th January 2018 at 8:41 pm // Reply

      I am sure Jeff would chat with you; but he stopped drinking. He’s into fasting and sungazing now. How cool is that, … it’s way cool, i know cause he inspired me to try them. Not much sun in France these days tho ~ bummer.

  10. Gerard Melvin // 8th January 2018 at 6:31 pm // Reply

    Bitcoin is corrupted they charge more than the banks i swapped two months ago to Lite coin and Bitcoin cash Thanks for an other great Video.

  11. I used to like you until you shilled BCH….. COME ON reallllllly.

    • increasing the block size is not a long term solution.

    • I own both btc and bch. only cuase i had before the fork.Free money is always good. i hope 2018 is just as wild as 2017 was. its like a damm soap opera sometimes

    • Oh and remember that Roger Ver is the one who recommended Mt Gox. Who has been manipulating statistics. And had deals with Ripple the bankers non-blockchain not crypto coin!!

    • Bitcoin Cash did not divide us. *Bitcoin SegWit* divided us, and started the wave of forks.
      Blockstream is a CIA operation.

  12. Jeff , I think you’ve gone off the rails as far as helping society get away from the criminal Banksters.. What happened to you? Bitcoin is the store of value ( GOLD ) and Litecoin will be the digital silver and the transaction currency. Give your head a shake and get on the side of society like you were before. Very disappointed to hear your ” SHILL ” views. There is still time to leave the dark side.

    • There is no such thing as a store of value in and of itself.  Only things that are useful.  Gold has been a “store of value” because people expect it could become money if the usd gets wrecked.

    • Rocky Zacharias // 8th January 2018 at 7:39 pm // Reply

      Really sad. I used to respect Jeff a lot. I showed a lot of people his videos, and even quit drinking alcohol partially thanks to watching one of his videos about it. Now he is clearly shilling bcash, because I know for sure he is smart enough to see the error of what he says. What is this ridiculous example of 1mb blocks being equivalent to floppy disks of the 80’s…. He says “Bitcoin is running on technology used in 80’s”… completely misleading to people who don’t understand blockchain. It is 1mb every block, or page, of transactions. The blockchain is currently at just over 100GB, and is growing faster and faster now that blocks are full at 1mb compared to how they were years ago at much less than 1mb. Even if we don’t increase the block size, the blockchain will be at over 600GB in 1 year which is too big for most people to run a full node which lowers the decentralization of it. If we increased to 8mb like bcash, the chain would be over 4TB in 1 year, and virtually no one except big business mining facilities would be capable of running a node. This is why big blocks can’t be the answer. I guarantee if you raised btc to 8mb today, the blocks would be full within a few months and we would be in same boat as we are now. I dont know what the answer is, but a combination of things like off chain scaling, network channels like lightning network, segwit, and other protocols will have to work together to fix this problem. Maybe bigger blocks will be part of the answer, but if you do these other things now, you can always multiple the scaling of them by increasing block size. If you increase the scaling by 1000x with lightning network, segwit etc, and it’s not enough. You can now make that 2000x just by increasing block size to 2mb. Jeff I’m very disappointed in you. I hope you come back and give your followers the truth like you used to. These people trust you brother.

    • think about it after bcash was added to coinbase and that fiasco started then ripple took off so it is arguable bcash and coinbase is the one infiltrated by the banksters ! i have 1/1 ratio bcash and bitcoin so I’m completely objective ! i also would like to state high transactions for bitcoin is also a valid argument

    • Simply Connected // 8th January 2018 at 8:35 pm // Reply

      Bigger blocks is not an adequate solution to the problem, as even Gavin Andresen admitted :-
      “Scheduling an increase to the maximum block size now is a short-term, kick the can down the road fix”

  13. Governments are going to use Ripple to buy up Bitcoin until they control the vast majority of Bitcoin. When you can print your own money you can create excitement and fear. They are going to do whatever they have to do to get you to sell your Bitcoin. Underestimate them at your peril. They employ the cleverest people in the world to do their bidding. Hold on to your Bitcoin at all cost. At least until it can create a lifestyle change for your family. This is a cryptocurrency war. People need to understand that if they hold Bitcoin they hold a very rare and sort after coin. Do not worry if the price drops dramatically. Hold for the right reasons. These banksters need to know that ordinary people will not put up with their corruption. Its time to lock them all up.

    • +Ian Smith, as Jeff pointed out most people just don’t see and understand the power cryptos hold over the banksters, and thus why the banksters will need to do all they can to destroy people’s confidence in cryptos. As long as we hold cryptos we have the power to transact without using any currency they the banksters control. Hold, Hold, Hold!

    • @Ian Smith /Governments are going to use Ripple to buy up Bitcoin until they control the vast majority of Bitcoin.”/ Okay, so what? Another crypto comes around and it’s adopted nearly wholesale and everyone that was paid off by whatever the governments are going to pay for your BTC you just buy the new crypto. There’s a lot more of us than there are of them. They cannot have what belongs to us. We own it outright. AND every tax paid dollar is ours against the world’s rights to it.

    • You need to understand how the world works:

  14. Paid and Sponsored by Roger Ver!

  15. FROZEN RODENT // 8th January 2018 at 7:02 pm // Reply

    I mean, seriously.. you don’t have to tell the whole fukkin story in every sentence.

  16. Jeff the con man pumping his brother Roger Ver’s crap coin BCash. Now their argument is BTC forked from BCH and BCH is the real Bitcoin. Lmao! These guys are unbelievable. Remember this is the guy who was pumping his memberships because of the Shemitah. Ya. Good call Jeff. Not!

    • Ryan Scheepers // 8th January 2018 at 9:33 pm // Reply

      Bcash has merits but the deployment was unnecessarily aggressive and hostile which lead to any perceptive person knowing to at the very least be wary of it. Roger and his vile band of convention friends hate the name bcash as it does not include bit in it, without the word “bit” in the name it is just another coin in the ocean, which probably cant stand on its on two feet.

      Furthermore when was the last time you saw “bitcoin cash accepted here” not often I bet essentially giving it worse problems than bitcoin core, high fees trump not being able to transact at all. Adoption would grow in time? probably not with the negative stigma attached to bitcoin cash caused by its own marketers and drama caused within the crypto space.

    • RENEGADE NEWS NETWORK // 9th January 2018 at 12:36 am // Reply

      Because all the sheeple jump into it ..because they heard it their TV idiot box … not realizing how slow and expensive it is. This is why i love LiteCoin.

  17. CryptoCurrency Line // 8th January 2018 at 7:29 pm // Reply

    GoPro anounced today they reached out to JP morgan to sell the company… I Invested in go pro few months back when market cap was 2billion.. Now it’s nearing 500million…. Big companies are slowly collapsing, it’s coming.

    • CryptoCurrency Line GoPro was never a big company. GoPro also has had long time financial issues… NVIDIA has been the best stock to own for over 2 years now and while it looks now expensive, it is still a buy… Everything that has to do with artificial intelligence and deep learning revolves around NVIDIA software stacks and especially hardware…

  18. Lukas Kremsmayr // 8th January 2018 at 7:56 pm // Reply

    Havent seen so much bullshit without any technical knowledge in that short amount of time, thumbs down completely…

  19. im not a Noob! been in Bitcoin since 2010 paid $20 for my first token…. fees were reasonable but i never sold.. btc is a store of value and if the fees have to remain high so be it… as for bitcoin cash, bch is NOT Bitcoin, its a generic Alternative coin masked as and faked out and marketed as the ‘Real Bitcoin’… the owner made his fortune from Bitcoin and is now trying to take over his own copied brand for himself… bch should b ashamed of themselves for deceiving the NOOBS the bch is really Bitcoin…
    be happy for high fees, it just means Bitcoin is the real and most valuable… Bitcoin going to $100,000 this year! … how much is predicted for b cash? …do ur homework and dont believe in young guys with pretty smiles to persuade u… buy real bitcoin and hodl… remember to pay ur taxes also its all traced from IRS..
    for more info watch Max Keiser interview with Richard Heart for the juicy details!

    • Bitcoin should not have high fees, we should strive to get it lower by adopting Segwit and integrating the Lightning Network as soon as possible. I don’t like BCH at all and think it’s a path towards centralization as their only plan for scaling is increasing the blocksize and that’s just not going to end well. But other coins with cheaper fees will gain more and more in popularity if we do not start lowering the fees on Bitcoin soon. Coinbase is intentionally stalling to upgrade their wallet with Segwit so the Bitcoin fees stay high and other altcoins like BCH might catch up to BTC. So far many people have decided to stick with Bitcoin luckily and wait for lightning, but they aren’t going to wait forever. I would hate to see Bitcoin become the Myspace of crypto and see a centralized crypto like Ripple or BCH take over. Maybe Raiblocks can offer some hope for a truly decentralized cryptocurrency with low fees, but it’s still very young and relatively untested. I would prefer Bitcoin to just up their game and deliver us from these high fees.

    • justice4germans // 9th January 2018 at 12:29 am // Reply

      small blocks and lightning is centralization… small miners have had to abandon BTC because they can’t move their rewards due to the fees… none of the FUD about BCH centralization makes any sense, in the end miners are the most invested and don’t want to destroy it.

    • lol, such a fan boy you are.
      Was SegWit part of the original Bitcoin?
      Bitcoin does not exist anymore. *Bitcoin Segwit* (a.k.a. just “bitcoin”) is a *hard fork* either you admit it or not.
      And, sadly *it goes towards centralization,* unlike Bitcoin Cash and other coins.

    • bitcoin is evolving fuckheads, you guys still on dial up internet waiting 2 hours for jpgs to load up adhering to the original vision of the internet? *luddites*

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