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Anarchast Ep.440

Jeff Berwick interviews Joshua Scigala of Vaultoro Bitcoin – Gold Exchange at the Precious Metals Investment Symposium in Perth, Australia.

Topics include: what is money? natural anarchy, the origins of Vaultoro, after Mt Gox an exchange with ultimate transparency, Bitcoin and gold work to replace fiat, Bitcoin/gold price discovery, an upcoming membership token, Tether's insecurity, securing crypto with gold, prediction markets, crypto-gambling, becoming bank free

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9 Comments on Experimenting with New Systems In Crypto Without Gulags – Joshua Scigala of Vaultoro

  1. Great video.

  2. sharon bestley // 15th October 2018 at 9:57 am // Reply

    Would not be surprised if the smaller companies, (who stole peoples money), of bitcoin were bankers because they’re very good at stealing money.

  3. Let every city becomes independent.

  4. Negro Exciting News Fun 2 // 15th October 2018 at 2:53 pm // Reply

    GOOD VIDEO

  5. Mr Maestro 87505 // 15th October 2018 at 3:08 pm // Reply

    Very glad to see that Jeff is doing well. I got very worried from his very last TDV video.

  6. Bitcoin transaction fee is possibly the most evil usery in the history of man.

  7. William Flint // 15th October 2018 at 4:21 pm // Reply

    Will there be token gold in Singapore?

  8. Endless Weapons // 15th October 2018 at 4:35 pm // Reply

    still in Chile? I wanna meet you! 😀

  9. Where can I find that blockchain based Wikipedia? How is it called?

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