Universal Access to Basic Finance


Thank you for coming today.
The title of my talk is a misdirection. “Thoughts on the Future of Programmable Money”
is just the generic title for every talk I give, and then I change it just before I go on stage. This is all improvisation, folks. I will be talking about universal basic finance.
That is the topic of my talk today. At the moment, we are at a crossroads. We are having a great debate about
the future of cryptocurrency and finance. A lot of people are expressing some
very strong opinions, myself included. The backdrop to all of this, are the people who aren’t
in this room and will never be in a room like this. In 2013, I visited the beautiful country of Argentina
for the first time, and gave a talk in Buenos Aires. It completely changed the direction and trajectory
of my involvement in Bitcoin and open blockchains. For the first time, I didn’t need to explain the “why” of
Bitcoin, open blockchains, and freedom in finance. Everybody there was interested in only one
question: how do I [get involved] right now? Because the “why” is already
obvious to people from Argentina. Someone came up to me at the conference
and said, “You have inspired me today.” “I was [almost too] terrified to come to this conference.” “I am afraid of what might happen
if our government changes again.” “My grandparents were kidnapped
by the previous regime.” “We didn’t see them for months and thought
they had been thrown out of an airplane.” Think about that for a second. When we talk about financial inclusion,
we talk about the banked and unbanked. But we have no clue, from our position
of privilege, what this really means. It shook me to the core. I have had conversations like that every
year since I started working in this space. People will come to me and say,
“I hear you, because that is my story too.” What does it mean to be unbanked? The World Bank defines “unbanked” as 2.5 billion people
who have absolutely no access to financial services… and live in cash-based societies. Conveniently, they only count heads of household. Spouses and children are
unimportant in this calculation. Only the primary earners matter. Yet we know that in the vast majority of the world, [day-
to-day] household finances are controlled by women. But they are not counted as the head of household. To be unbanked is not to simply
[live in] a cash-based society. To be unbanked is to lack connectivity to
the world, to lack the ability to participate… in trade and commerce, to [be unable] to get
a job and [find] people who want your services. [To struggle] to build a future for your children.
It is to be condemned to poverty. When we look at [those conditions], we think,
‘They don’t have money, that’s why they’re unbanked.’ Wrong. Absolutely wrong. They don’t have access, documentation, or
the necessary literacy to fill in an application form. Sometimes they don’t even have the clothes,
shoes, or appearance to be able to enter a bank… without being kicked out by a security guard. That is what it means to be unbanked. What does that do? It creates enormous poverty around the world
just so we can persist in this petty, bourgeois idea… idea that as long as every participant must
prove their identity, we can track every transaction… through this surveillance system and end crime. By believing in that false idea of
safety through totalitarian control, we condemn billions of people to poverty.
Not just 2.5 billion, but many more. We talk about financial inclusion from the perspective
of the rich and privileged world we live in. The world I live in. As an American citizen, I can not only open
a bank account, but trade in multiple currencies… without restrictions and access investment
opportunities all around the world. Capital, liquidity, and credit. A stable currency that won’t destroy itself
overnight, taking my entire savings with it. Hopefully, most of the time, institutions
that are not actively stealing my money… or [rapidly] destroying the currency in order
to pay off their debt through hyperinflation, leading to financial collapse. How many people have that?
Everyone in this room, probably. But if you count people around the world
with access to that level of financial services, it is maybe 1.5 billion people. After 2013, that is why I started saying strongly
and loudly, “This is about the other six billion.” That is what financial inclusion means. Our regulatory system is actively
excluding people from finance. We have finally reached a point where access
to basic financial services is a privilege. The average person must do a dance to
prove themselves worthy in front of a banker, filling in reams of paperwork and application forms,
to be granted the privilege of financial services. We are even condemning cash: the ultimate
peer-to-peer, anonymous, fungible mechanism… that has provided basic financial
services to everyone for millenia. Cash has one fatal flaw, which is not that
it is anonymous – that is its greatest feature. It is not that it can be used by criminals,
because the real criminals get a banking license… and defraud people by the millions. It is available to everyone without vetting. It is an open, transparent, neutral, verifiable,
peer-to-peer transactional system. But its greatest weakness is, it is constrained
by geopgraphy and locality. It doesn’t have enough range and scale. Now we have a new form of digital cash,
which is also open, neutral, verifiable, unforgeable, and transportable. This one is also borderless, censorship resistant,
and can be used even when your government doesn’t want it. It [does not require] privilege or identity. It can be used everywhere in
the world, by whoever wants to, by simply downloading the software on
whatever computing device they can afford. That is the real revolution here. While we have our little privileged discussions
about whether we should regulate cryptocurrencies, how much we should regulate cryptocurrencies,
and who should regulate cryptocurrencies… Fuck that! [Applause] Cryptocurrencies are about providing universal
[access to] basic finance, to whomever needs it, everywhere in the world,
whether we like them or not. What will people do with universal basic finance?
They will do what they have done for millenia with cash. They will build a future for their children. We are paralyzed with fear because of a few
bad actors, blind to the fact that worst actors… have state privilege and endorsements, hand-in-hand
with intelligence agencies, inside the mechanisms… of surveillance capitalism. They fund dictators and drug lords all
around the world with our tax money, to the tune of trillions [of dollars]. The real terrorism and drug financing doesn’t
happen in petty cash [or cryptocurrency]; it happens through millions of barrels of
oil and U.S. dollar wire transfers, by banks… who get caught again and again. They will pay a fine that is worth a fraction of
their profit or the tens of thousands of deaths… they have contributed to. Not a single person goes to jail. Some people still have the audacity to say
that we must end cash in order to stop crime. How magnificently self-righteous. In the United States, about 18% of the population
does not have access to banking services. That is 60 million people. Once, when I recited this fact at a banking
conference, a lady in the bank raised her hand… and asked, “Why should we
give bank accounts to illegals?” That is a chilling question to ask, but let me translate it to you in words
that will have more of an impact. “Those people don’t deserve the
privilege of financial inclusion.” When your neighbor says, “Those people don’t
belong in our neighborhood,” it might freak you out. You suddenly realize that you are living next to a bigot. But when this banking regulator asked,
“Why should we give bank accounts to illegals,” I calmly responded, “You shouldn’t. We will.” [Applause] At the last conference I attended, after I gave my speech
decrying the lack of security and financial inclusion, a young man in his 20s came up to me and said,
“This really spoke to my personal story.” He had been living in western, developed countries
for the past fifteen years, and has not been… able to open a bank account. “Every time I write my name and place of birth
in the application, the process has already ended.” “I was born in Iran. I didn’t choose that.
I haven’t done anything [wrong].” “I have a job and I pay my taxes.” “All I want is to deposit my paycheck and buy groceries.
For fifteen years, I’ve been unable to do that.” This is the face of the unbanked. They are walking the streets around you, in this
city of privilege, the independent district of London, bought and paid for by banking corporations. This enclave is the Vatican of capitalism,
a citiy within a city. Invisible people such as janitors and service
professionals making your sandwiches, who don’t have a bank account. They must take their cash paycheck
to various places for payday loans. Maybe they accept checks or other
forms of payment they can’t deposit. They are charged 10-30% to send money home to their
loved ones and support a basic subsistence lifestyle. That is the unbanked, right here in this city. Don’t imagine the great masses in Africa, South America,
or southeast Asia; of course they are unbanked. They are right here.
They are your neighbors. They are forced to live in that position so we can
continue [believing in] the illusion that safety comes… from totalitarian surveillance. This very conference is being sponsored by
a company that is spreading around millions of dollars… worth of marketing [for] surveillance [tools]. They are promoting and advancing the state-of-the-art. You all have their name on your badge,
look down and check it out. This company shares and sells your data
to other companies, which further process… that data to intelligence agencies. This lovely trickle-down surveillance eventually
reaches some regime that enjoys cutting up… the bodies of journalists with hacksaws. Don’t fool yourself: it is not possible to separate
your position within a company like that… from the moral implications of your actions. I say to all of you, when you are hiring people
and see [such a company] on their resume, just like if I saw companies like General
Dynamics, Raytheon, and Lockhead Martin… [If they worked for] any company in our space
that is actively pursuing surveillance technology… and selling [our data] to the highest bidder,
they have declared moral bankruptcy. If you declare moral bankruptcy, you should
have to spend at least seven years struggling… to find a job and being interrogated about your ethics. Just like poor people are forced to spend
seven years trying to prove to a banker… that they deserve the privilege of banking. We have some deep moral choices to make.
We stand at a crossroads right now. World governments are trying to abolish cash,
the very last lifeline that remains… for billions of poor people. It is not because they don’t work;
they work harder than all of us. It is not because they don’t deserve [better]. It is because of where they born, the documentation
or literacy they don’t have, and how they look. In Saudi Arabia, women are not allowed
to own property and bank accounts. This is the case in half a dozen
countries around the world. We look at that and say, “Shame on them
That is immoral. That is disgusting.” Then we turn around and do the same thing
to immigrants in this country. And my country. I am part British, part American. I need to apologise [to dozens] of countries
around the world the moment I arrive. I know in my heart that every time I pay taxes,
I am killing thousands of people by proxy. I still pay, because I am also helping people on welfare. When we make these moral choices, we need
to understand that surveillance never stopped crime. Surveillance is the license that gives
control to people at the top of they system. They will commit crimes, the worst of crimes. I know Britain doesn’t use the metric system,
so “mega-” is the prefix we use for millions. For example, a mega-crime is where you [fraudulently]
foreclose a million homes and don’t go to jail. We perform surveillance and analytics to catch
petty drug dealers selling pot for bitcoin, but who is surveilling [the actions of] Lockhead Martin?
On the money laundering banks? Nobody. Do you know why? None of them will ever go to jail. The regulators are completely captured. This is a system of controlling all finance
from above, with levers of power… over the lives of millions and billions of people, cutting
off entire countries because “they’re under sanction.” They are not privileged enough, they are not
“people” enough to gain financial services. Guess who that system attracts? If you build levers of power like that, the very
worst sociopaths in our society are attracted, like flies to shit. They will grab hold of those levers of power and
destroy all of your freedoms as quickly as they can. We have built societies in which one
bad election could be the last election. If you don’t believe me, look at what has
happened in Turkey, Russia, and Venezuela, capturing billions of people around the world every day. Let me end on a positive note, because you
are probably a bit freaked out by all of this. You should be. This is serious stuff. Open, public, borderless, transparent, neutral,
censorship resistant, and private cryptocurrencies exist. They will not be regulated; they cannot be regulated. Not by committees, only by
mathematics and algorithms. They provide certainty, programmable consumer
protection, and reputation management. They provide access without identity. Eventually, they will give billions of people not
just a bank account in their pocket, but a bank. They will democratize the functions of banking,
as applications that anyone can access without vetting. They are pre-vetted by agreeing to download
software which follows the rules of consensus. That is the only vetting required in these systems.
“But we shouldn’t allow that!” We did. “But we can’t have people make
anonymous transactions!” They will. “But we must regulate this!”
You can’t. And you won’t. Six billion people need this. You have neither the moral authority nor
the practical capability to stand in their way. You can’t stand in the way of what will be
the greatest revolution in financial services… in three centuries. Universal access to basic finance.
Thank you. [Applause]

100 comments on “Universal Access to Basic Finance”

  1. Charlike Mike Reagent says:

    Every time… Freaking fucking amazing! :X
    This future is inevitable.

  2. Joseph Sansevero says:

    Great lecture!!!!!!

  3. Robert says:

    The 1% will continue to instigate division based on religious beliefs, political views and skin color.
    Never forget we are all human, together we are stronger. We are the 99%, Bitcoin is our revolution!

  4. 2fer one says:

    If Satoshi's white paper is the modern day Magna Carta of personal finance, Andreas is the living embodiment of that document.

  5. CptWacko says:

    "This is all improv folks" …If that's true, you truly are a genious at simplifying technology and it's potential. Bitcoin's AMA by name and by action! 😉

  6. Vladimir Vargas says:

    I cried. Probably the best speech about crypto. Thank you, Andreas for inspiring. This is why we use cryptocurrency. The philosophy is everything.

  7. Happy Feet says:

    I really like the speech and I've been a big supporter and admirer of you for 2 years now. But you saying that only 1.5 billion people can use financial services I feel that can't be true. Can you or someone else clarify this? Where does this number come from? I'm from western europe but have been living in China for the last 7 years. Apart from refugees and immigrants without documentation. It does really feel to me most people do have bank accounts. In China the poorest fruit sellers with just a basket of fruit walking the street do use wechat payment. I can't imagine more than 5% of chinas populations to be excluded from the financial system. I could be wrong but your number of 1.5 billion seems impossible to me. Would highly appreciate some clarification.

  8. null null says:

    Here on 2019, hope to be still here by 2025. Love seeing where this whole thing is going in the next years.

  9. Jimmy Dodger says:

    Great stuff. Stay political and radical, you are a great speaker and can really change things by saying what you believe.

  10. mblekan says:

    Andreas, run for president. You've got my vote!

  11. akirakurosawa says:

    You are the GOAT Andreas, thank you for everything

  12. A Google User says:

    Keep up the amazing work!!!

  13. Vincent Onyekwelu says:

    9:01…epic!!! Fuck that!!! …My mentor, Andreas… 🙂

  14. Nathan Leung says:

    Great stuff my dude! The knowledge you drop is always inspiring. 🔥

  15. mine coins everyday says:

    INCREDIBLE!!

  16. adscantwo says:

    Go Telos and Eos!

  17. rokkukasuba says:

    Truth bombs everywhere. Preach it brotha!!

  18. BrewCity44 Panthers says:

    That was a powerful and informative lecture on cash and the unbanked.

  19. Alberto Junior says:

    when you talked about London district you made top 3 people I'd love having an off-camera long hours conversation.

  20. Mister Anderson says:

    Though I agree with the general point being made, it is to easy to cheery pick dots to connect to draw an emotional response while leaving out lots of things that make the conclusion far more complex then just giving everyone in the world equal access. We have many many steps to take before we can even get close to such a utopian global society painted in this speech.
    The real criminals are not going to just step down and say "okay, your right we will stop now". The people who control the world are diverse and depraved to a level they would rather blow up the whole planet then to live on it and not have extreme advantage. These people need to be cleaned from thier positions of power and authority before any crypto can be a global equal access currency.

  21. HAUL says:

    Woohoo antop is fired up today!! Nice

  22. BlockDevs Asia says:

    On fire love the passion 🙂

  23. dogbitesteel says:

    Thank you Andreas. You are a true Gem of intelligence, vision and integrity.

  24. Max Bonnett says:

    Yes! How are so many people missing this message?

  25. Jack June says:

    I am not clear when he talks about cryptos will not be regulated…this is what we are waiting for isn't it to advance? Is this an older youtube but released again aug 3rd?

  26. Hope for all says:

    This is a must see

  27. Isaiah Mitchem says:

    "OPBNC"

  28. Escape the Matrix says:

    History will be very kind to Andreas, and rightly so. "Satoshi" provided the code, and Andreas provides the passion, inspiration, education, and more. Those that haven't heard Andreas speak may think he's just some guy trying to get rich from Bitcoin, but we all know that he's actually a guy that's trying to change the world for the better, for all of us, and he's succeeding! The bankers, with the blessings of governments, have always financially imprisoned everyone they could, but Andreas said – FUCK THAT!! lol I absolutely love this guy.

  29. Escape the Matrix says:

    Political elections are merely competitions for the best liars, and the most corrupt individuals. Andreas is the type of virtuous man that would indeed make a TRUE leader of the people. It's impossible to even imagine how great this world would be if we had a man like Andreas as the 'Head of State' of every country on Earth.

  30. ycnexu says:

    Andreas getting more badass every day. He should probably lose the banker outfit too…

  31. Gurpreet Singh says:

    Last few mins.. heebi -jeebies

  32. open source says:

    best video on YouTube so far

  33. D Vdp says:

    Voice of freedom! Andreas you should start the international internet school for financial inclusion 😉

  34. roger robertson says:

    This is one of his most powerful speak to date. Thank Andreas for speaking the truth. Bitcoin is not just about how high the price can get, but how many people can access it without permission.

  35. Silent Running says:

    Burn the Banks! All of them!

  36. Takanami says:

    So nice I just watched it twice

  37. Luminous Views Gallery says:

    Tell me how I join and put everything into what Andreas is doing?

  38. The Modern Investor says:

    Without a doubt one of the most important people in the crypto sphere

  39. Tim van Helsdingen says:

    This whole anti establishment attitude is only hurting crypto adoption.
    The base of crypto is permissionless, working together with regulators on how crypto can be implemented into existing infrastructure doesn't change that.
    Having no regulation in place at all makes it impossible for large multinationals to jump on the crypto bandwagon.

  40. Roland Manning says:

    Incredible, thank you

  41. Offshore 33CC says:

    Knew there was a reason why I donated some Bitcoin to Andreas many years ago!!

  42. Hallam Hope says:

    Fresh thinking and perspectives. Hallam Hope in always sunny Barbados.

  43. Ricardo Moura says:

    Chills!

  44. DigitCoinZ - RJ says:

    Wow !!! Insightful and so true! Wow !!!

  45. Jerry Floros says:

    Absolutely fantastic keynote speech !

  46. Usman Shafiq says:

    It is true I am a libertarian person and I feel like it needs to go mainstream I think libertarianism needs to be the forefront of democracy to allow it to bring prosperity to all 7 billion BROTHERS & SISTERS together to bring libertarianism of UNITY instead of TOTALITARIANISM through a NWO AKA DEEP STATE. through croney capatilism but instead bring a free market prosperity through libertarianism aka open blockchain application. I rather we fight through ideals that peace loving people can work with one another instead of this totaliterianism ideal for the world till the bubble they made pops and then somehow we get to a population that is minuscule compared to today cause of all the nukes we (humanity) launched cause of political uncurtainty. I rather give 7 billion people the tools so we can chance upon peace through unity of peace not croney capatilism.

  47. Usman Shafiq says:

    cough Churchill cough

  48. Usman Shafiq says:

    We dont need to divide into 2 countries IN THE USA. we need a new body to represent our parties. A more libertarianism party to bring open blockchain to the world.

  49. Tony Nolley says:

    You sir, are THE man.

  50. Cringle says:

    Inspiring mate, keep up the great work

  51. Jaimie Jin says:

    Thank you for providing us with great contents.

  52. keepintrade says:

    ​@aantonop Andreas, this is one of the most touching of your talks. Thank you for your courage, clarity, determination, and resilience. Strength to you!

  53. DAVOOD ULHAKEEM says:

    I think crypto will be mass adopted if people start earning from internet

    Comment something you know

  54. Dennis says:

    if people will massively using this there is no more economy my friend. Then it will be the wild west

  55. Cryptoholic says:

    This man for president! Tired to be led by fools all my life.

  56. TheSaltyJ says:

    damnit, it took mit 21mins to realize that the title does not say "universal basic income"…

  57. Eder Rocha says:

    "May this video get trillions of views! Thanks Andreas."

  58. j P says:

    The truth hurts.

  59. Moussa Self says:

    Andreas you'RE absolute legend keep it up! much love from MARYLAND ❤️

  60. willy wonka says:

    Universal Access to Basic Finance with bitcoin : oh fail. 1-5$ fees whith 250k tx . i know ppl who buy food for their family for 1-2$ a day. it's beyond retarded to think bitcion will get anywhere except some speculators. and rich ppl playing wallstreet version 2.

  61. Dennis New says:

    @11:15 Aantonop was shocked that banks would even question "why should we give illegals bank accounts". Does Aantonop not realize that those "illegals" are criminals who broke the law to enter the country? Does Aantonop think anyone should be able to enter the USA and obtain taxpayer-stolen welfare/healthcare/etc? All the billion+ people who would love to enter the USA? If he were an ancap, he might have a bit of ground to stand on, but he's not — he's a statist who supports taxes being violently stolen from his fellow citizens, so long as they support his leftist programs (welfare, etc).

    @18:10 he claims that "foreclosing on a million home owners [due to unpaid mortgages]… is a MEGAcrime." Wtf? People who fail to meet their end of a contract they willingly signed are now the VICTIMS, and magically ought not be responsible for fulfilling said contracts because it will cause them to suffer? So contracts don't mean much in Aantonop's world.

    His leftism is spoiling the rest of his message, about providing an accessible banking platform for everyone.

  62. andrewmarkmusic says:

    Another archon of the god KA$H!

  63. N. S. says:

    Andreas for President

  64. Alpha Crypto says:

    This is a very impressive talk – thank you @aantnop

  65. N. S. says:

    The content and tone of this speech is very relevant in today's age of surveillance and jailing of those who are found to be transacting with non-state sponsored money. Thank you Andreas, you may still be able to sway this sad bleak future into a new direction.

  66. TxFw says:

    Okay, guess I'd have to look at World Bank methodology but I have a hard time believing 2 Billion people don't have access to financial services/ only use cash AND that that figure doesn't include wives and children… when considering wives and children that would make something like 4 Billion or more unbanked people. So over half the global population doesn't have access to or use banks. TOO HIGH. I don't believe it.

  67. Freddie Leaf says:

    I love BTC but poor people can’t use it due to high fees. It’s still the safest crypto asset out there for nations. LN doesn’t work easily. That leaves us with Bcash as our transactional currency.

  68. Kristian Kho says:

    when you roast the event sponsor that paid for your speech

  69. JoJo says:

    If only more people understood and how this can change the world for the better KUDOS to you !!!!

  70. sctpc says:

    Coming to Australia under the Guise of stopping the black market economy very soon starting at $10000 going to @1000 in the next couple of years. And as a five eye country America will follow There after.

  71. renderdreality says:

    One little feed back. I really like your talks, but in this talk, you are going back and forth so much, it makes your eyes tired because you eyes are refocussing so much to track you and ignore the background. So could you stand still a bit less?

  72. Nikolay Krustev says:

    Thank you Andreas! Amazing speech!

  73. Grizzly Bear USA says:

    Billions of people don't have a smart phone or a computer. Numbers can be used however you want.

  74. Chedd Chancho says:

    Interesting how the two main thought-leaders I follow are Bernie Sanders and Andreas…These two guys probably wouldn't even appreciate each other…but I appreciate them both. They both see the main problems in the world and are willing to bravely evangelize against the evils that control us all…

  75. Keith Taubin says:

    This needs to be SHOUTED on the rooftops on the WORLD stage!!!

  76. Ducote says:

    This was FUCKING incredible

  77. Ace Diamond says:

    Keep on kicking ass Andreas… YOU are the man my friend.. I Have been watching you for years my friend…There are Many, Many, people that I have told about the MAN that tells the truth about everyones chance to become a human being with their computer IN THEIR pocket to send Money home to their Familys to buy food and pay whatever needs to be paid…Thank YOU man Wirth the BIG BALLS to Tell the world.. God Bless YOU.. peace out

  78. Thatskool3741 says:

    Fuck me, Brilliant!

  79. Blue Collar Bike Werks says:

    Straight Fire Truth! Sharing this on all my social media right now. Everyone needs to see this. Keep up the great work for the good fight. AA.

  80. Dr Walter Tonetto says:

    Mistake … the world’s unbanked DON’T want to offer their services “to the world” … but they want to be able to do meaningful exchange in THEIR small world…. I have often spoken about the obscenity of the regulatory regime … but almost everyone has swallowed the lie peddled by the FED in the main — and regurgitated by the U.S. vassals — that you need to identify yourself to the hilt! Look at LinkedIN: 99.999% of users are neoliberal stooges stuck in their Facebook mentality of chasing crumbs! Thanks, Andreas — but get rid of your f-language … that’s an aggressiveness that’s part of the U.S. DNA, alas ….

  81. G B says:

    Bitcoin doesn't offer defi, open banking. Only Ethereum does. You know this Andreas.

  82. Inazuma65 says:

    Absolutely amazing speech. Love you.

  83. Kuntoshi says:

    Powerful speech. Thank you Andreas.

  84. Afikile Manyamalala says:

    Wow! well said Mr. Antonooulos You are better than any state leader I ever heard of, You should be the president of the new monetary system of this century DECENTRALISED MINDSET unlike the one of Peter Schiff 🙂

  85. TFV-solar says:

    Very committed man, thank you.

  86. Carlo B says:

    HSBC bank is a good example of how little is done to a Company/Bank that Laundered money from illegal arms and drugs sales for over a DECADE !! it simply paid a measly little fine and probably still does the same thing but more hidden , the Obama Administration's DOJ simply folded and said it was too big to fail.. What !! That has to tell you WHO owns Government does it sound familiar? hmmm Echos of the Smucks behind the GFC ! That was due to happen before Obama copped it thanks to Bush ll FFS , I'm sure the Bank Directors of HSBC must fall over laughing at this minor imposition it's British don't let their name fool you.

  87. Silvermeow says:

    Andreas help!! What can we americans do about the IRS sending out papers trying to tax our profits, when they used to say bitcoin was for criminals now they want their cut!

  88. L. Asher Corson says:

    Andreas you really are a special person with a brilliant gift of being able to communicate these ideas so clearly. Thank you for this gem!

  89. Mario Jefferson says:

    who is he talking about here https://youtu.be/Pkgo05Hdnfg?t=880

  90. Chee Yew says:

    Bitcoin consumes a lot of power on earth when every is using it. But sir, I believe in your vision.

  91. Salah Gomaa says:

    Powerful! Love you man!

  92. Liquid Lulz says:

    Mpravo! Wraios! Kanenas den mporei na ta pei kalitera!

  93. Shane Richardson says:

    THANX again AA…please STAY SAFE out there…i am sure "they" are watching U…!!

  94. Gabriella Yan says:

    love this!

  95. Jim Hodges says:

    He's too humble. The sooner people transition to cryptos, the sooner we can rid ourselves of the most evil greedy and criminal cabal ever to inhabite earth. They literally are killing, poisoning, and enslaving humanity. They want to own everything and farm us like cattle. This can only be done by controlling money.

  96. Hoang Nguyen says:

    Hit me to the core

  97. MrJupiter65 says:

    The true wisdom comes from the common Man. I live in one of the richest cities of the world and in poverty And disabled. But not uneducated. (Cue music: Brother Ali-'Uncle Sam, God damn "). On 6th Street here in San Francisco I'm the person you come to about a technical question about your phone or laptop. Which I usually fix for free. Trying to explain the Bitcoin revolution to the others as you call them. Thank you for not talking down to us as other computer science enthusiast do. I'm on a mission to educate "'Others'' as society calls us , (people of color immigrants women homeless BCT.) I explained to them how to use the Bitcoin ATM. And which ones to use here in San Francisco where you don't need to put your thumbprint or I.D. and how much you should get at a time to not be monitored. The poor are surveillance here To a degree most people in the world will never understand. Our phones are free and given by a government subsidy. Were the test models of the new society that's coming. t's because of your truthfulness and passion that has inspired me to make this my mission. Never give up Andreas. We believe in you as you believe in us, 🌼 (Enjoy this flower from us gentle people here.)

  98. Alejandra Silva says:

    True, true, true.!! Greetings from Chile.

  99. Albert Pantalion says:

    8:56 best part!!!

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