US Shadow Government Exposed

If you value freedom, this is a must watch!

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The Tightening of The Noose

It’s nearly 20 years now since I first started writing on matters of freedom, offshore banking and the PT lifestyle – via a hard copy newsletter I used to publish. And when I look back I realise how much our freedoms have diminished since then. Before the year 2000 it was still possible to open…

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Bitcoin’s Answer to Monero’s Anonymity?

Monero has risen quite impressively over the past couple of weeks. In fact, I wish I had been prescient enough to see this coming. Apparently something to do with certain “dark market” services implementing Monero as the crypto of choice. This raises the question, “Is Bitcoin anonymous?”. The answer is it’s semi-anonymous in the sense…

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Did You Buy Bitcoin When It Was 6 Cents?

Did you buy Bitcoin when it was only 6 cents? Probably not, and neither did I! My first purchase was in mid-2011 for $6 – or 100x the 6 cent price! Not only that, but we’re fast approaching the $600 price point, which will be 100x the $6 I originally paid. Does that mean it’s…

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Understanding The Bitcoin Revolution

If you’ve ever attempted to grasp the real significance of Bitcoin and get your head around why it is such a revolutionary development, then I urge you to spend 37 minutes of your time viewing this fascinating video by Andreas Antonopoulos. It’s a real mind-opener.  

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MaidSafe Moving Forward

As an early adopter of Bitcoin (purchased my first coins in 2011), I’m often asked my opinion regarding other crypto innovations. One such innovation I have mentioned before is MaidSafe and the development of the Safe Network. Essentially it’s is a peer-to-peer distributed internet which does away with the need for centralised servers. My own…

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The Brave Browser

Over the last few days I’ve been testing the new Brave browser – a completely different type of internet browser that is not only 27% faster on average compared to all other browsers out there, but allows you to block obtrusive advertising, 3rd party cookie and pixel tracking, malicious advertising (or malvertising) and more. Not…

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The War on Cash

If you’ve followed Bitcoin at all, you will know that one of the reasons those in authority don’t like it is because “It’s used by criminals, drug dealers and even terrorists!”. And you have likely heard the rebuttal to that argument, that cash is in fact the currency of choice for all illicit transactions, and…

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