"It Will Impact The Life Of Every Single Human Being" - The Cryptocurrency Revolution Documentary

The latest short film from Jonathan Roth discusses the advent of the blockchain, where it goes next and how the technology will impact every single human being on the planet.

Featuring investment powerhouses like Frank Giustra and Frank Holmes, as well as mathematician and finance entrepreneur Marco Streng:

The blockchain will disrupt nearly every industry from purchasing groceries to heating your home... everyone from banking to government is racing to develop the technology.

Watch the full movie:

Source: SHTFplan.com's Mac Slavo

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Majestic12 Buddha 71 Tue, 12/12/2017 - 14:57 Permalink

"BLOCKCHAIN"

Will you idiots stop supporting this clear bait and switch path to a "global"...."digital"....currency?

Wake up...it has been part of AI...(I hear you all saying waaah?) since 2010.

Yeah, that fucking robot that you all want to fuck (Sophia) has a blockchain learning algorithm that was just "released" onto the net for all AI to interact with and pick up...

There is rapidly becoming "one" AI super intelligence (DARPA, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple) that has "all" data on all of us... and controls the markets.

"Any" device simply taps the cloud via wireless...and voila...it has all data of the "cumulative hive mind"...

None of us were ever asked for permission, nor did we vote or even have a "public" discussion...they have just been doing with the money and help of DARPA...

Take a look...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsZ90xJHrqw&feature=youtu.be

Blockchain will be our undoing...and it is happening so much faster than anyone suspected because of the "hey look at the shiny object that will make you rich" idiots supporting another "controllable" technology...that came from where, exactly?

This will enable TPTB to leap ahead light years over night...skynet is here and it is "mimicking" human behavior...you all took the bait like predictable moron fish you are.

Wonder why the bulk of articles on ZH are about how the "economy" makes no sense...? How "rigged" it is?

Yeah, go spend some more time "hyping" BitCoin or other Coinfucks....you are part of the killing wave....

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Radical Marijuana Majestic12 Thu, 12/14/2017 - 11:49 Permalink

While I agree with the gist of your comment, Majestic21, I feel that you have understated the situation:

"Wonder why the bulk of articles on ZH are about how the "economy" makes no sense...? How "rigged" it is?"

Cryptocurrencies are tiny parasites riding on top of much larger parasites. I.e., cryptocurrencies are tiny forms of alternative electronic "money" riding on top of the mainstream electronic "money," which are enforced frauds that about exponentially advancing technologies are enabling to become exponentially more fraudulent.MONEY IS MEASUREMENT BACKED BY MURDER.The so-called "cryptocurrency revolutions" are NOT making any efforts to understand THAT. Rather, those alleged "revolutions" are able to mostly continue to take for granted the structure of Globalized Neolithic Civilization based on being able to back up lies with violence, within which context operates private property, as claims backed by coercions, the most abstract form of which is money based on public governments enforcing frauds by private banks. Within that context, whereby about exponentially increasing mainstream electronic money is made out of nothing as debts, in order to "pay" for strip-mining the natural resources of a fresh planet, the alternative forms of electronic money are emerging.Natural selection pressures drove the development of artificial selection systems in paradoxical ways, due to the most important manifestations of the death control systems, that directed those developments, becoming the human murder systems, which were most successful by becoming as deceitful and treacherous as possible. Upon that foundation it was possible for electronic money to become as dishonest as possible. Within that context, the overall situations continue to be that cryptocurrencies are becoming about exponentially more dishonest about what those are actually doing.Civilization based on excessively successful applications of the methods of organized crime is manifesting runaway social psychoses. The vast majority of people do not understand, as well as feel like they do not want to understand, what they are actually doing as nested toroidal vortices engaged in entropic pumping of environmental energy flows. Rather, the long history of successful warfare based on backing up deceits with destruction became the history of successful finance based on enforcing frauds.Cryptocurrencies are operating within the same pyramid systems:Cryptocurrency Concentration - Just 4% Own Over 95% Of BitcoinBitcoin Has A "Whale" Problem: 1,000 Investors Control Nearly Half The MarketIf it were not for about exponentially more of the public money supplies, which have already become almost totally electronic, then the alternative forms of electronic money would not be able to manifest their extraordinary bubble blowing. The underlying issues, therefore, are NOT merely whether any particular cryptocurrency is a bubble, but that the entire structure of Globalized Neolithic Civilization, based on being able to back up legalized lies with legalized violence, is an awesome bubble of bubbles, which are overlapping to create a kind of "everything bubble."The overwhelmingly dominance of the entrenched fiat money systems, as the collective network of mainstream electronic money, became based on the majority of people not understanding that, due to having been conditioned to not want to understand that. Making electronic money out of nothing as debts was based on the powers of public governments enforcing frauds by private banks. All of the current big corporations developed inside that context. There are no good grounds to believe that cryptocurrencies are not more of the same in the real world, despite their allegations of achieving the implementation of various impossible ideals.Since endless exponential growth is absolutely impossible, the essential issues are what are the death control systems that are going to limit that growth? At the present time, the companies featured in the video embedded in the article above do NOT answer those kinds of questions?  Rather, those kinds of companies can take for granted the long history of warfare and economics, which made and maintained the Globalized Neolithic Civilization that they operate inside.Since the political economy that various cryptocurrency companies are adapted to operate within is based upon the ways that MONEY IS MEASUREMENT BACKED BY MURDER, while those companies can practically take that situation for granted, and do not have to understand THAT, nor want to understand THAT, the spokespersons for those companies can present themselves as the typical kinds of professional hypocrites, whose alleged "revolutions" are NOT remotely close to actually being "revolutionary."As is often the case on the Zero Hedge Web site, some of the comments are better than the original article. In the case of the comment above from Majestic21, the concluding remark is appropriate: 

Yeah, go spend some more time "hyping" BitCoin or other Coinfucks....you are part of the killing wave...

There must necessarily be some death control systems, and those were especially important because of the ways that the combined money/murder systems operated by the debt controls being backed by the death control, due to the powers of governments being applied to enforce frauds by private banks, as those banks were able to make more and more "money" out of nothing as debts, in order to "pay" for everything. Those who were most socially successful within those systems based on being able to enforce frauds were the best available hypocrites. The latest waves of those kinds of professional hypocrites are those associated with the various cryptocurrency corporations.Of course, they do NOT perceive themselves as being tiny parasites riding on top of much larger parasites. Rather, they like to publicly present themselves as something much better. Furthermore, within the overall context of Globalized Neolithic Civilization, they are mostly able to get away with those kinds of dishonest public presentations, because of the history of generation after generation of the people who adapted to living inside of Civilization believing in the biggest bullies' bullshit, which became the banksters' bullshit.Thousands of years of society based on being able to back up lies with violence, while people were living inside systems of more or less organized lies operating robberies, has enabled almost everyone to drown in their own bullshit-based world views, which have become almost as absurdly backwards as humanly possible. Since the already established and entrenched globalized political economy is fundamentally based on being able enforce frauds, cryptocurrencies are necessarily emerging within that overall context, as merely more extensions of the same social psychoses, due to sociopolitical systems actually being based on the abilities to enforce frauds, whose corollaries include that those who are most socially successful at doing so are also the best available professional hypocrites with respect to those the actual fundamentals being built on enforcing frauds.The underlying issues are that the most socially successful murder systems became so by becoming as deceitful and treacherous as possible, and those murder systems then directed the ways that the political economy became almost totally based on enforcing frauds, operating through Civilization which has become about exponentially more dishonest, due to about exponentially advancing technologies enabling that to happen. From that perspective, cryptocurrencies are merely more of those pyramid systems. A tiny minority is apparently getting more "wealthy" in ways which are actually transforming "wealth" into garbage and pollution as fast as possible, while almost everything else that Civilization is actually doing is publicly presented in the most absurdly backward and dishonest ways which are humanly possible.The corporations which appear to be successfully indulging in do so do NOT have to admit and address how they are manifestations of the coming tsunamis of "killing waves." Everything regarding the relationships between natural selection pressures and artificial selection systems has become buried under as much bullshit as possible, for so long, that most people regard those deeply buried, practically fossilized, layers of bullshit, as being "reality." However, those social "realities" were based upon being able to operate inside systems which could operate through fundamentally fraudulent financial accounting systems.Nothing regarding the current developments of various cryptocurrencies is genuinely "revolutionary," because none of those admit and address the long series of "killing waves" that they have been riding in upon. At the present time, and for the foreseeable finite future, it will continue to be politically impossible to have any relatively rational debates regarding the nature of money, because of the ways that most people do not want to understand that money is necessarily measurement backed by murder. Since those kinds of rational debates which would admit and address the ways that the mainstream electronic money does that, so too there are no good grounds to expect any relatively rational public debates about the emergence of cryptocurrencies still actually doing that.Artificial Intelligence is emerging within a Civilization whose Artificial Selection operates in the most dishonest and psychotic ways possible. Although it is intellectually possible to understand how and why the history of warfare and economics made that become the case, it appears to be politically impossible to either effectively prevent or sufficiently prepare for that continue to happen. Rather, one can reasonably expect to be deluged by bullshit about how wonderfully revolutionary cryptocurrencies are supposed to be, while those actually manifest even more of the same old social psychoses.  Brandon Smith Warns 'The Virtual Economy' Is The End Of Freedom 

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freedogger Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:03 Permalink

This reminds me of those crackers back in the nineties hyping the shit out of that thing called the world wide web. Then came the internet! Wonder whatever happened to those fools.

Oliver Klozoff Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:08 Permalink

I'd rather watch a Hallmark movie.All the crypto crats have an unshakeable belief that our electric civilization will go on indefinitely.It is only a belief however.

JamesBond Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:17 Permalink

I didn't go to boarding schools
Preppy girls never looked at me
Why should they I ain't nobody
Got nothing in my pocket
===

Exactly what the FED wants. Nothing tangible in your jeans wallet. Cashless. Only 0s and 1s in code at a bank. There is going to be a smackdown of epic proportions between independent cryptos and the FED. Bitcoin and blockchain beat the FED to the punch but they are not out of this fight. Assets are one thing, claiming to be a currency is quite another.

JibjeResearch Matt Tue, 12/12/2017 - 12:37 Permalink

Yeah...Chips are getting smaller, so efficiency is coming around 5nm.Quantum computing is a posibility.Bio computing is in progress.When we ditch foil fuel and go full solar, we will have a chance...  Old/Imbeciles in DC need to die away...We need to transform our infrastructure.  We have to many homes in LA.  We just need one big ass building for the LA metropolitan for better efficiency and development as a society.  It's coming... as soon as old/imbeciles die away..

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MsCreant JamesBond Tue, 12/12/2017 - 00:24 Permalink

And they race to it and gobble it up. Elvis Costello, Pump it up...Down in the pleasure center, hell-bent or heaven-sentListen to the propaganda, listen to the latest slanderThere's nothing underhand that she wouldn't understandPump it up, until you can feel itPump it up, when you don't really need itShe's been a bad girl, she's like a chemicalThough you try to stop it, she's like a narcoticYou want to torture her, you want to talk to herAll the things you bought for her, putting up your temperaturePump it up, until you can feel itPump it up, when you don't really need it

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King Of Mars Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:19 Permalink

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Centralized banks will never allow themselves to become obsolete.  World wars have been started for less of a threat.  My money is on the Joos.

King Of Mars Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:19 Permalink

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Centralized banks will never allow themselves to become obsolete.  World wars have been started for less of a threat.  My money is on the Joos.

Cabreado Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:23 Permalink

Correction...The "blockchain" is in the process of enabling a critical mass of ignorance and entitlement.Better check-in on humility and associated rule of law...Nobody gets to skirt by.

Md4 Mon, 12/11/2017 - 23:26 Permalink

As with all innovation, huge displacement occurs.

Throughout history, very often, these displacements manifest themselves as fewer of something or someone needed.

At the same time, population grows.

What we use to transact, or what mechanisms are "marvelously" conjured to facilitate a transaction are meaningless...

...to those with mostly empty pockets.

I'd answer the film's cute Kennedy quote by saying, that, because we can, doesn't mean we should.

"There are many ways which seem right to a man...".