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  • China’s National Digital Currency: A Closer Look At This Game-Changer

    ​​​​​Look at which way the wind is shifting. With Bitcoin proving to be a global technological success, it will only have a few years jump on the greater economic markets. The nation-states are ready to catch up, and China, potentially the world’s largest economy, has been working to create a national digital currency system at warp speed. Its coming arrival looms over China, but what does it mean?

    No other monetary system will have this level of speed and economic power. The Chinese Yuan has far greater reach and value than the Indian Rupee, which is also going through a national currency revolution of its own. Yet, China seems to have planned this out far better and is about ready to release a national blockchain-based Bitcoin knock-off, without the daily appreciation in value.

    China has already worked to put their entire social security system on a blockchain, so they know how to create these systems at the massive scale they need. The People’s Bank of China released the broad strokes of how it would work last year. Here are some of the more important points of contact:

    • The PBOC creates cryptocurrency and transfers it to commercial banks when more liquidity is needed
    • Consumers would top up digital currency from modified automated teller machines or from bank tellers and store it in a crypto wallet on their mobile phone or another device
    • For purchases, consumers wire from their person wallet to the merchant’s account
    • The merchant deposits the cryptocurrency into their commercial bank account

    "Cutting costs is an obvious benefit, but the impact of shifting to blockchainbased digital money from the current payment structure goes beyond that," said Larry Cao, director of content at the CFA Institute in Hong Kong to Bloomberg. "There’s potential you can pay anybody in the system, any bank, and any merchant directly. Blockchain will change the whole infrastructure. This is revolutionary."

    It is hard for China to really hide the real reason they have gone from just talking about creating a national digital currency one year ago to already testing it in 2017. The size of this project is daunting, and the fact that they are doing trials of it shows how much of a priority this is. “Capital flight” out of China is the genesis of this economic revolution, and once this is in place, controlling every citizen’s ability to do an economic transaction becomes not on easy, but educational.

    “The transparency of economic activities in every corner of the country will significantly improve," said Duan Xinxing, vice president of Beijing-based OKCoin Co. "The central bank will have unprecedented knowledge of how the economy runs. Talking about the impact of digital money now is like trying to predict how the Internet would transform lives in the 1980s. We know it’s going to be huge. It has the potential to change the entire economic infrastructure. We’re just not sure about when and how."

    As I have gone over before, all the digital currency that glitters in cyberspace is not Bitcoin. The average citizen may gain some extra convenience and lower costs over using third-party payment systems, but they will pay far more, in the long run. Now that the world’s two largest populations are going to force their nations into a digital economic surveillance state, how do you have before your financial life is entered into a state-run server for a lifetime of ‘Big Brother’s’ monitoring?

    "How long before your personal economic life" is just another meal of surveillance on your government's daily menu? The leaders of your government will come before the people of your country saying this is to serve you better, much like they did in an old 'Twilight Zone' episode. It will sound just wonderful, only once you discover the truth of the matter, it is too late for you to be saved.

    "'To serve man.....it's a......it's a COOKBOOK!'"

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • China Tests National Digital Currency; How it Could Cripple Bitcoin’s Future - Part Duex

    ​Last week, in Part One of this article, I went over how this recent national digital currency test by China, just eleven months after they spoke of creating their own national digital currency, can spell doom for true innovations, like Bitcoin. Why would nations like China want to actually compete with innovative, open-source, appreciate assets like Bitcoin when they can control their entire market and capture their citizens through regulation?

    Ok, so it wasn’t the most uplifting article I’ve ever written, but I’m just keeping it “one-hundred.” Life in the Bitcoin community is certainly not all lollipops and rainbows. However, today I did promise that there is another side to this coin that would turn that frown upside-down. So let’s look at some ways where this turn of events could work towards Bitcoin’s advantage in the years to come.

    First, one of the main advantages is this transition by nation-states towards digital currencies greases the skids for people to more easily go from fiat currency to digital currencies. Right now, it is not as easy as it could be, and when nations get behind the digital currency revolution, this will create new avenues for funding of apps, businesses, and networks that will make the transition much more seamless and convenient.

    Once going digital becomes convenient, it will be quickly accepted by the masses. Once the masses accept the concept of fully digital currencies, like Bitcoin, we would then be in a version of Hayek's free market monetary system. Bitcoin would gain acceptance by the mainstream just by economic osmosis. There will be wallets and apps that will allow you to trade and exchange digital Chinese Yuan for BTC and ETH, and the credence in the digital realm provided by The State adopting it will reflect well on the original Bitcoin concept.

    The proletariat will see the national currency, but just out of curiosity, Bitcoin and its altcoin friends will get some attention, and a competitive market will establish itself, and Bitcoin will show its superiority, at that point.

    Also, as cash becomes more and more of an endangered, outlawed species, people will have to put these unwanted bills into something. The recent demonetization in India has shown that people will put those bills into Bitcoin when faced with a digital currency future, and that is a wise move. So if you don’t trust your government’s central planning designs on your economic future, you can always find a home in the original, decentralized digital currency, and grow your wealth for years to come, instead of investing in a depreciating national asset class.

    Keep in mind that Bitcoin has gone through whatever growing pains it has had over the last eight years, which have been more a matter of perception rather than reality-based. Bitcoin and its blockchain technology have worked incredibly well, for a brand new, grassroots global currency controlled by no one in particular. Do you really think that China, or any nation, will handle their national economy as deftly? When there are problems, do you think that people will not use Bitcoin as a shelter for their economic welfare?

    This has been done time and time again over the last four years since the banking “bail-in” in Cyrus back in April of 2013. Bitcoin has proven to the market, several times, masses, investing in Bitcoin is not only a wise investment but a safe one. So when the PBOC and its underlings make a critical misstep, Bitcoin will be the one who benefits, from a quick tap on the citizen’s smartphones. Jaxx smartphone wallets and others that haven’t been created yet will be there to swap any digital currency for another, all within one multi-currency wallet app.

    Let’s say China successfully creates some sort of online firewall ban against Bitcoin. They are successfully limiting Internet use, so let’s assume they can limit Bitcoin use, as well. This will only move miners, users and businesses out of China and into other markets that would be more open to changes like larger block sizes, Segregated Witness and The Lightning Network. So the back-end of Bitcoin’s protocol can also see some upgrades from any regulatory issues in China.

    Finally, what happens when, not if China goes through their “Great Depression” they are in line for? You don’t think China is going digital currency because they see prosperous economic times ahead, do you? Chinese investors know this market is heading for the squat toilet, and so does the PBOC and the Chinese government. The question is who will be ready to handle the fall?

    If the government and banks cut off the mainstream market from protecting themselves, this will just create a larger, more varied and smarter Bitcoin black market. With 1.4 Billion people, that’s one hell of a market to try and stop. The end of the year Bitcoin closeout and New Year’s buyers rush will turn into a tsunami, getting bigger, year after year, so expect Bitcoin values to increase at an almost geometric rate, just based on the folly that is this impending crash in China.

    China can only control over one billion people’s economic future’s so much. Even their totalitarian regime has limits in what they can do to stop people from protecting their economic future from their missteps and malfeasance.

    Either Bitcoin will adapt, spread overseas, or go underground in that region. China’s folly may make India the next great Bitcoin trading post, the way things are going. India seems very receptive to the Bitcoin concept and may be less equipped to slow its mainstream adoption.

    If Bitcoin has proven anything over the years, it has proven that it can’t be wished into the cornfields by a government or anybody else. The only real question is who is sharp enough to pick up Bitcoin and run with it. Who will figure out how to embrace this growing avalanche of economic empowerment and monetize it? Bitcoin is not a problem that needs to be solved. It’s just another Internet that needs to be grown. And grow it will.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • China Tests National Digital Currency; How it Could Cripple Bitcoin’s Future-Part 1

    While the nations of the world are busy trying to regulate, tax, and dismiss the revolutionary innovation that the digital currency Bitcoin has provided the world, they’re also plotting and scheming. The world’s largest nations, banks, and corporations are using Bitcoin and its blockchain technology as a blueprint to raise their business models to the next level. This could mean disastrous things for Bitcoin, in the future, under one scenario.

    One way this could go down

    You may have heard the news yesterday that China successfully tested their own version of Bitcoin, pursuant to their own national digital currency, last month. Here are more details if you need an update on where this stands. I have known about China’s plans for a national digital currency since last January, when they announced it on their website, and had a meeting with Citibank and Deloitte about creating it. I have written about this before at BitConnect.

    China almost needs a national digital currency, post haste, and here’s why. Simply, investors, speculators, and businesses are moving their money out of China, as their economy exits their boom market. The PBOC (People’s Bank of China, their national central bank) and the government are seeing great “capital flight,” and do not like it, and want it to stop. Many are using Bitcoin to execute these financial moves, as well because it is a superior, flexible form of money when it comes to speed and mobility, globally, plus it appreciates in value.

    So China has fast-tracked this national currency project and said they would at that meeting one year ago. The United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and many other nations have either discussed this future changeover. It is only a matter of when, not if, this happens in most major countries, so this is not just about China. Here’s why.

    The world will go digital currency for the same reason China puts their system in, first. Control. With a closed-network, central-bank controlled digital currency, it can solve a lot of problems the nation has created and the nation perceives as problems, going forward. It won’t be 10% of the digital currency value that Bitcoin is today, but it would be a great panacea for all of the state-managed ills. Here are just a few.

    You can make as much currency as you want, limiting the effects of inflation. A digital currency doesn’t cost anything to print. It will need some cybersecurity, which nations and banks are struggling to handle, as we speak, but it will be much less expensive than safes and vaults and security teams and guns. Plus, you can monitor all transactions and people can’t leave your closed network with the national funds. Basically, The People rent out the national currency, and The State reserves the right to change the locks on you, for any reason, at any time.

    This is the main reason. Every dollar, or Yen, or Yuan, is yours, and The People really have no money. The government and bank can co=opt the entire system, and decide who has money, who doesn’t, where they can use it, and produce mass surveillance over all transactions, in perpetuity.

    This is a great system for control. Great system for surveillance. Every transaction you ever do, in this dystopian future, will be monitored, recorded, analyzed, and stored on a server that will either be monitored by The State, or hacked by a cybercriminal, Either way, you lose.

    Unless……you work outside of their box and use a superior digital currency alternative, like Bitcoin. Which creates a problem for Bitcoin and its users.

    Will you become an Enemy of the State?

    This kind of makes you an enemy of the state, by default. The State can turn around and criminalize Bitcoin, or any altcoin that is not provided by The State, once they have their national closed-network system in place. They can attack exchanges, and make Bitcoin so hard to exchange and buy, through the laws they create and the regulations they levy, that Bitcoin could be rendered an outlaw.

    Think cigarettes versus marijuana. Marijuana is really a superior cigarette. It has actual medicinal benefits, and has for hundreds of years, unlike cigarettes, which has just killed hundreds of thousands of people over the years and has never helped anyone. Like Bitcoin, 100 years ago or so, marijuana was seen as a cure-all for the ills of the day.

    Before there were aspirin and penicillin, people used cannabis to resolve aches and pains and maladies, before it was criminalized, in Western culture anyway. I’m sure that corporations like the Bayers and Phillip Morris of the time had nothing to do with this.

    The problem for marijuana was it was not sanctioned by The State, it is not taxed effectively by The State, and it is not produced by the fascist corporations of The State, so if you are seen using or selling marijuana, in certain countries, you may be in a lot of trouble with The State. No one was able to fight to protect a plant from being branded a criminal.

    So why not take this market from the plant, even legalize a small amount of the plants use in your newly-approved corporate drug to make the new drug nice and addictive, and go forward with a backdoor deal, a kickback, and some new regs to prevent competition. Everybody is happy, except for the black kid in Michigan who gets 20 years for violating a “Rockefeller Law”

    Marijuana 2.0

    Bitcoin may end up becoming the marijuana of the 21st century. First, all of these states may make it a little tougher to use, via regulation, year after year. Make taxes for it nice and difficult, or nice and high, or both. Then, begin to slowly phase in criminalizing it, while copying its technology, making your own version, without 90% of the benefits. Your new national digital currency will have one thing Bitcoin may not have, in comparison. Convenience.

    You can pay your taxes by smartphone. The store up the street will accept the national digital currency, but The State’s regulations on anything else will be so extensive, Bitcoin will not be widely accepted. People will use Bitcoin just like they use marijuana, in the shadows, behind closed doors, and with a dark cloud over their head, as they fight a silent battle against The State’s monopoly on transmitting value.

    Call me a conspiracy theorist. I hope this dystopia does not come to fruition, but my charge is to consider all of the possible outcomes, report them to the greater Bitcoin community, and maybe have a discussion on how to protect Bitcoin’s future. Bitcoin can’t be beaten by a hacker or even a “51% attack.” The State has the best chance of defeating Bitcoin by making a Bitcoin-lite that helps the banks and the government, and makes the common man’s life just that little bit easier, but regulates Bitcoin into the cornfields and dark alleys of the world.

    That card is on the table, and probably will always be on the table. Let’s at least recognize it and work together to plan a way to avoid that card being turned over.

    As good as marijuana may be, the world really doesn’t use it, at scale, because its just not worth the hastle. Bitcoin is on that road. The road to regulatory ruin.

    Part 2 is coming Monday, showing you how Bitcoin can actually live happily ever after

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • China Exposed - How China Does Not Control Bitcoin As Much As You Think

    ​​This article is as much for my own edification as anyone. I only report what I hear and whatever the Bitcoin market is doing in China is definitely third-hand, at best. The great part about my job is that I can learn about the digital currency I love while sharing this knowledge with the world because knowledge is power. Today, it is time to share some power. China is not the center of Bitcoin’s universe, as I and many of you have been led to believe.

    The stats are readily available only from Coinhills and other sources. About 95% of the world’s fiat exchanges into Bitcoin are from the Chinese Yuan/Renminbi, and about 80% of all the trades are done in China, and the three major Bitcoin exchanges do well over 98% of the volume in global Bitcoin trading. If you know this much, as I did, you only know the what the house of Bitcoin looks like, not how it was built, or how it is financed. Meet Neil Woodfine, who will teach us the rest of the Bitcoin in China story.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    See, Neil is the Cheif Operating Officer of Remitsy and he runs bitcoin meetups in Beijing, China on a regular basis. He has his “boots on the ground” in what has become the most active Bitcoin trading location in the world, and he reports in his blog post that activity in China when it comes to Bitcoin is not what it may seem. It is far more manipulated and far less ubiquitous as you may think, looking from the outside in, just reviewing the data from a chart on a website.

    His take is part one of a three-part series from China, covering Bitcoin’s exchange market as he sees it. So please check out his piece and the links he provides to more information if you want a more complete education on this very influential Bitcoin market. Here I will summarize his first edition. I’ll touch on three key concepts to China’s influence, or lack thereof.

    Firstly, the Chinese exchanges do not charge a transaction fee, which creates many intended and unintended consequences. Woodfine alleges that the sheer competition in this market has forced the companies to do away with any fees, but this ability to trade freely when most exchanges charge 0.2-1% is a false narrative when it comes to volume. Neil explains how this trading changes the market’s dynamics, which he calls "trading spam," or "fake trades," a la “fake news”.

    “(Since there are no transactional fees,) Chinese exchanges generate most of their revenue from CNY withdrawal fees. And these CNY withdrawal fees are tiered based on each trader’s trade volume, encouraging traders to trade as much as possible to lower the cost of withdrawing their profits.”

    So the exchanges seem much more powerful and popular in trade volume than in reality. In other words, many people set up two accounts, trade their one Bitcoin between the two accounts, drive up their trade volume, then withdraw their actual funds at the lowest exchange rate possible. And this is not just the average trader doing this, but the exchanges themselves engage in this fake trading practice, at much higher volumes than you or I could generate. This increased volume and liquidity attracts more buyers to each exchange, so it is effectively gaming the system.

    Woodbine figures that, without hard numbers that would not be disclosed by the exchanges or the traders, that the legitimate trade volume is about half of what is commonly reported, so more like 40-50% of the global trading market. Still the major player, but 90+% is a major over-exaggeration.

    This also doesn’t take into account the OTC (Over The Counter) market that also uses these exchanges from other countries, so it is also certainly not a 90% Chinese investor driven industry, either. There are plenty of savvy investors elsewhere who are using their low-cost system to make far better returns on digital commodity trading than the 7-8% Gold brought last year. When your currency value jumps over 125% in a year, the world will move in on your system, not just one country. Neil further explains:

    “But overplaying China’s trade volume leads to the wrong conclusion that bitcoin’s value is purely derived from its role as a speculative plaything for Chinese investors. It leads people to make the mistake that there is (an) existential risk to bitcoin in the Chinese government’s treatment of bitcoin trading or just Chinese traders’ whimsy.”

    So please use the link above, or look up Neil Woodfine of Twitter, for more details on his findings and future posts on this subject. He seems like a solid resource, being immersed in the Chinese Bitcoin market and being able to convey, in English, what is really going on. Those who do not trade in Bitcoin because they think China and its government have too much control seem to have been misled.

    The digital currency revolution will not be centralized.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • Bitcoin Trading in China May See New Controls After Bitcoin Slide

    ​​China pretty much controls the global Bitcoin market, with about 80% of the world’s Bitcoin trading and about 95% of currency exchanges from fiat. This makes how China regulates, or doesn’t regulate, their domestic Bitcoin industry extremely important in the years to come. To this point, China has taken a laissefaire approach to the Chinese Bitcoin industry, but that may be ready to change in 2017. Slightly

    According to the South China Morning Post, the Chinese authorities and People’s Bank of China are mulling whether to introduce third-party custodian services to oversee the world’s largest bitcoin market. This comes after the Bitcoin industry’s rapid national expansion and a recent sharp Bitcoin price fall that has highlighted the potential threat it poses to the stability of financial markets.

    “Regulators have noticed that some bitcoin platforms crashed during the recent market volatilities, causing some investors, particularly those trading with leverage tools, to bear huge losses because they were unable to log on to the website during the sell-off,” the China Securities Journal reported on Tuesday.

    In a perfect world, there may be a truly free market system where no one scams anyone in an investment, but China is not that world, and the raw volume of trading over the past twenty days has drawn a lot of attention in many influential circles. The Bitcoin industry in China has not been prone to theft, fraud or other maladies that used to plague the digital currency, but some tech issues may have been key to some investors taking a larger loss than was reasonable.

    “The bitcoins were not stolen or hacked. Investors suffered loss as they were unable to trade, possibly because of the sudden price fluctuation and large sell offers. Introducing a third-party custodian for the investors would not reduce this risk,” said PwC China Fintech PartnerWilliam Gee, who said based on what happened in early January, the major risk with bitcoin arises from the trading infrastructure rather than the credibility of the trading platforms themselves.

    Maybe individual investors contacted authorities for some level of intervention? Whatever the case may be, the PBOC and others are becoming more involved in the dealing of top Bitcoin exchanges, keeping dialogues open, and looking to make small adjustments into how business gets done.

    As the market is not self-regulated at this moment, this may be a good approach. Leaders withing these large trading platforms are discussing making some ‘rules for the road’ when it comes to their trading practices in the near future, maybe to prevent a heavier hand from authorities.

    “Regardless of the current position adopted by the regulators, recent market activities have certainly attracted their attention. Indeed, we have noticed more active engagement from the PBOC in this respect.” Chun Yin Cheung, another PwC China Fintech Partner, said.

    “Although both mainland and Hong Kong financial regulators have made it quite clear that bitcoin is not a currency and thus not covered by the existing regulatory framework, the bitcoin-related behaviors are evolving and bearing the features of traditional financial market activities.”

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University

  • China Details Their Interest in Creating New Digital Currency

    The world is going digital in every medium, from newspapers to retina displays, and money is looking to make a full conversion. The E.U. is spearheading a movement to ban cash , under the guise of fighting terrorism. This conveniently gives banks and governments more access to fees, taxes and surveillance. China also likes a high level of control over its citizenry and is beginning the process of creating their own digital currency, with Chinese Governor Zhou Xiaochuan revealing these intentions in the Caixin Weekly .

    If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em

    Bitcoin has become quite a phenomenon in China, with the world's largest mining operations operating in China. There was some consternation from the People’s Bank of China in 2014, with some ideas of banning it, domestically. Yet, China remains as the current economic engine for the global Bitcoin community , where about 80% of all Bitcoin mining takes place. Maybe the government has left Bitcoin alone as a way to learn about “The Future of Money” and use it as a model of their own? Xiaochuan explains his point of view on the subject of digital currency.

    "Paper money, as the last generation currency, lacks high-tech support, and it is an irresistible trend that paper money will be replaced by new products and new technologies with greater security and lower cost. With the rapid development of the Internet and the significant changes in the global payment systems, it is necessary to establish the issuance and circulation system of digital currency, which will help build the financial infrastructure and improve the quality and efficiency of the economy."

    There are some very basic advantages for China to move to a move digitally-based Yuan. With the economy slowing down, the wealthy and the speculators are moving substantial amounts of money out of China, and many are using Bitcoin to do it. It may be very difficult, if not impossible, for the Chinese government to stop this financial exodus, and creating a digital currency that cannot so easily take from the country’s systems has plenty of appeal.

    Printing money, fighting counterfeiting, and increasing the central government’s control over its use are also massive upside’s, from the state’s point of view. Given the sheer size of the Chinese economy, a full replacement of cash shouldn’t be expected anytime soon, says the Governor.

    "We do not have a timetable yet. China has the world's largest population and is a huge economy,” Xiaochuan says. “It will only take several months for a small country to replace an old version of paper money with a new one. But it has taken about ten years for China to do the same thing. So digital currency will co-exist with cash for quite a long time before it finally replaces cash."

    Xiaochuan also spoke about the PBOC investigating the use of blockchain technology, but he says it is not ready to scale at this time to the size required for an economy the size of China. This year, Chinese officials have been in meetings with Citibank and Deloitte about how to begin the implementation of this new digital currency. This dovetails with Japan accepting Bitcoin outright as a currency approved for use in Japan, pending new legislation.

    Author : Evander Smart

    Evander Smart worked for many years as a Wall Street banker, and has learned how the economy is self-destructing from the inside. His travels, experience and research have led him to Bitcoin as the best way forward for the common man. He looks to spread the word on how Bitcoin can help anyone break the shackles of economic slavery being created by global establishment forces. Evander gets you thinking about what money really is, and how it will work for you going forward. The world of finance is getting ready for incredible changes, and he is getting ready for what's coming next. Are you? Learn more about "The Future of Money" @ Bitcoin Video University