The Ascension Connection Invites You to a Public Zoom Call
May 10, 2022 – 6:30 pm UTC / 11:30 am Pacific / 8:30 pm Paris
Sacred Economy Talk: Intro to “Crypto”
Hosted by Ben Visser and Anne-Marie Dujnay
Bitcoin, as it was originally designed, does not involve any kind of cryptography and is more of a digital commodity than a currency. So, the current correct name for it is electronic money or cash, not “crypto-currency”!
“Crypto” or “cryptocurrency” is a misplaced buzzword that just sounds catchy (as shown in the title of this call). The whole “crypto”-community is dazed with lies and misconceptions to get people as far away from the real threat to the financial elite, as possible. Join our talk to learn everything about what you need to watch out for in this wild-west corner of the internet.
We will also give you tips on how safely get started and what pitfalls to avoid.
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