After ARTE's 'Satoshi Mystery' TV series on the controversy surrounding the alleged creator of the Bitcoin protocol, Satoshi Nakamoto, it's now time for another documentary to shed light on the origins and history of the cryptocurrency phenomenon that is sweeping the globe. This one has been produced by famed crypto trader and investor Pierre Corbin, and is called "The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin." Just as the name suggests, the documentary will deal with the history of the Bitcoin protocol - from its creation by the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto character, to the current state of affairs where more than 90% of the available bitcoins have already been mined.
What's different about "The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin," however, is that Mr. Corbin, who is also a screenwriter and director of the movie, will try and put the need for digital assets like Bitcoin in perspective when it comes to monetary policy. There will be primers on the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing (i.e. money printing) policies, as well as the story of fiat money. The documentary will deal with the unsustainability of the current economic policies and the need for a digital currency like Bitcoin to maintain equilibrium. "The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin" will be released for free on January 5 at the source link below; here's its synopsis by Pierre Corbin:
It is money that has hard rules that cannot be changed, with a maximum supply of 21 million Bitcoin. These two factors make it the hardest form of money in existence, and essentially the better form of money. The film explains the details of how Bitcoin works, how mining works, and the existing scaling options, such as the lightning network, that unlock Bitcoin’s potential for growth and global adoption as a currency.
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