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Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It Review
Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It
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Site Rank: 5

This is a 1 hour 16 minutes and 36 seconds’ video on YouTube which talks about Bitcoin’s history and the future it holds. The narrator introduces us to Melbourne, Australia which is of the places with the best technology in the world. Almost everywhere in Melbourne is Bitcoin accepted.

She narrated saying: “Barely in 2014, Mainstream Media led the world to believe that Bitcoin had collapsed when in fact, it was only the fall of a single exchange. The price bounced back within days and that is an event unprecedented in the financial world but the same media outlet didn’t want to run that story”

According to Dr. Craig S. Wright of Charles Sturt University: “Bitcoin is basically the future of everything... I’m not talking about money, I’m talking about everything”

The narrator further said in the first 3 minutes of the video that: “One of the reasons why Bitcoin is attracting such an attention is because it is owned by the participants. It is available to everybody regardless of your credit history and location. Bitcoin is stands for a platform where people openly collaborate, sharing ideas to provide solutions to complex issues; the result for which becomes free for everyone to use or further developed.”

Features of the documentary

1. Interviews: There were many interviews with different people in Melbourne. Each of these people into different fields of life.

2. Charts: Charts to support claims and narrations.

Pros & Cons
  • An audible narrator.
  • Interviews with different people.
  • Video is expository.
  • Language barrier could be a problem.