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 a bank account without providing full identification. The Swiss still had their private numbered bank accounts, nations were not sharing information on the financial activities of their citizens. And there was no KYC and AML legislation.

Yes, there was certainly more financial freedom back then, and more political freedom also – in the sense of having more freedom to speak your mind.

Fast-forward to today, we see ourselves (like frogs in gradually heated water) subject to more and more restrictions on what we can and cannot do.

The truth is, the various offshore strategies that worked back then, largely do not work any more. Yes, it’s still possible to live the PT lifestyle, with the aid of modern technologies – but by and large the world has become a lot less free.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that in reaction to all that, there has been a surge of technological innovation that is making it possible to reclaim such freedoms.

One major world-changing innovation is Bitcoin and the crypto revolution it has ushered in.

Suddenly, and virtually out of nowhere, we have a completely new financial system emerging, one which is not controlled by governments or corporations and one which promises to deliver unprecedented financial freedom to people the world over.

But Bitcoin introduced more than “better money”. Its underlying technology, the Blockchain, is now being used to facilitate a fascinating array of new technologies. Things like smart contracts, document verification, prediction markets, peer-to-peer financial services and much more.

In fact, Bitcoin and its Blockchain has made possible a brand new stream of permission-less innovation – as we see a new means of funding for start-ups produce a dazzling array of bright ideas and technologies – via what’s known as ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings).

This emerging world of peer-to-peer technologies and distributed consensus systems threatens to completely disrupt the old order, bringing into being yet-unheard-of new innovations, ideas and solutions.

If you think the internet has changed the world, and I certainly do, then peer-to-peer crypto technologies are going the change the world even more.

This is happening so fast that the old world systems – especially politics and governments – simply cannot keep up.

I first got involved in Bitcoin back in July 2011. Yes, I saw something fascinating and even put down $1,000 to buy some at the time. But back then I could not conceive of what it would become in a few short years. If I had known and fully understood what was coming, I’m sure I would have put at least $10K on the table!

Bitcoin was introduced to the world by anonymous developer, Satoshi Nakamoto, back in October 2008 – nearly 9 years ago. Yet even now, only a small fraction of the world’s population knows about it, and even less actually possess any.

That’s one of the reasons I started a new information service, to spread the word about Bitcoin and crypto technologies and to make it as easy as possible for a complete newbie to not only understand this revolution, but via my service to get their hands on Bitcoin easily and start using it.

If you have a nagging feeling you’re being left behind, or have been nibbling around the edges trying to come to grips with Bitcoin and the related cryptocurrency revolution, then I suggest you take a look at my new service and see what it offers.

I have written an introductory free report which you can download from HERE.

That will give you a good overview of what my service is all about and how you can benefit.

I hope you take the time to read it, because I truly believe this technology is going to change lives for the better – and it could certainly change yours!

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