7 movies of Bitcoin to see in quarantine

The world is still in quarantine because of pandemic Coronavirus ?. But humanity should not, and cannot, stop. It is for this reason that in CriptoTendencia will find 7 movies of Bitcoin to see during quarantine, along with their family members, so that the situation does not stop you either. The Coronavirus continues its path relentlessly with almost 700 thousand infected and the 33,000 deaths. It is for this reason that the majority of the world’s governments have decided to apply the method of quarantine, with its various exceptions, to try to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. This leaves us with a lot of free time, many things to think about, and a lot of uncertainty, anxiety and even panic. But, we must not let the situation overcome you, and now you can use your time to see these 7 interesting films about Bitcoin, and the cryptocurrencies.

7 movies of Bitcoin to see in quarantine

Bitcoin is still leading the way in all fields of our daily life. Not only in banking and finance, or the struggle against the centralisation with its background technology, the Blockchain. Also in the area of cinema and entertainment. Although it is true that the number of movies dealing with these topics is not so great. It is also reality that every time the interest for Bitcoin and the cryptocurrencies has been growing progressively. This has led to that we have more movies and series, following the growth of the interest. An interesting phenomenon that we can observe is that, while more old are the movies, series or documentaries, these touch on dark themes of Bitcoin and the cryptocurrencies, as their use for money laundering and buying drugs, in the so-called “Silk Route”. But, as we approach the present, the issues are going to play points increasingly disruptive. In this list we will try as much as possible not to let a spoiler. Without nothing more to say, let’s go.

1. Crypto (2019)

The film is directed by John Stalberg Jr. and starring Beau Knapp, Luke Hemsworth, Alexis Bledel and Kurt Russell. With a duration of over 65 minutes. Martin (Beau Knapp) is one of the bankers most promising of all of Wall Street. However, after a dispute with his bosses, the young man must travel to his hometown and work from there. In the bank of his native city is aware of several suspicious movements, discovering that the Russian mafia is using the cryptocurrencies to launder money. This tape has sparked a lot of criticism within the criptoverso. Therefore, although the title is “Crypto”, the criptos are not explained, and are not the important thing of the film. It is more of a role to diffuse them in all this criminal network that used the bank to launder their money. Anyway, it is a movie that everyone must see. Whether to be part of the discussions that this tape has been treated, or to observe what is the vision of Hollywood with respect to the criptos. For one reason or another this is the first film of Bitcoin to see in quarantine.

2. Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It (2015)

“Bitcoin: the end of money as we know it” is a documentary, directed by Torsten Hoffmann. Has the presence of big names in the criptoverso as Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Roger Ver and Vitalik Buterin. This documentary exposes the practices of central banks and dubious financial players that brought down the world financial crisis in 2008. Highlights the influence of the government in the process of money creation and how it causes inflation. Examines the patterns of technological innovation of money, and calls into question everything we believed to know about money. How is Bitcoin an alternative to national currencies backed by debt?, How Bitcoin will cause a revolution in the way we use money?, what is a gift to criminals? or is it the next bubble to burst?. If you still trust the money issued by your government, this is the documentary for you. This is our number 2 movie of Bitcoin to see in quarantine

3. Cryptopia: Bitcoin, Blockchains and the Future of the Internet (2020)

This is another documentary directed by Torsten Hoffmann, five years after the number 2 in this list. The focus is again Bitcoin and aims to explore the evolution of the industry Blockchain and its new promise. Can this technology, designed to operate independently of the trust and within a decentralized network really provide a solid alternative to the Internet as we know it?. These are the questions that the director of these two documentaries.

4. How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) (2019)

This is a series created by Philipp Käßbohrer and Matthias Murmann, directed by Arne Feldhusen and Lars Montag. Not everything can be documentary and technical information, not everything can be serious and full of reality. There is also that to have fun and forget a little bit of everything that happens in the street. In this fun series German is told from the perspective of the outcast of the high school Moritz Zimmermann. The series continues to Moritz and his friend, Lenny Sanders, who try to rekindle the love of Moritz by his ex-girlfriend Lisa Novak, through the sale of ecstasy on-line. While it begins as a small business, it quickly goes out of control and Moritz and Lenny learn to deal with the consequences of drug trafficking on a large scale. Do and guess what is one of the means that are used by these two guys germans to sell their drugs (rapidly)?. Yes, you guessed it, the cryptocurrencies. Although we see almost nothing of the world of criptos. It is interesting to see the perspective that you gave these directors the use of the cryptocurrencies on the part of these two teenagers. And of course, laugh in the process.

5. Crypto (2018)

The short film is directed by Ansel Faraj, written and produced by Nathan Wilson and Ansel Faraj. It is the sequel of the movie “GAMBLING MAN” (2013). It has a duration of only 28 minutes. In addition, it is available legally on Youtube. Wesley, a drug addict in recovery, believe that you have made a wise investment in the future of your child, and if invested in cryptocurrencies. And after you have made the investment of savings for the education of your child, what, you ask, it was a good investment?. And they just don’t make the investment in Bitcoin, but, in an altcoin new. Does this type of news sounds familiar?. In this short film shows how dangerous it can be to invest all of your money, and above all, in the world of cryptocurrencies, that Is why you need information, education and a page of news of confidence as CriptoTendencia. And always keep in mind “do not invest what you are not willing to lose”. We are already finishing the list 7 films of Bitcoin to see in quarantine.

6. Viraali (2017)

Directed by Thomas Laine, is a series of Finnish criminal drama that premiered in 2017. The story of the film consists of four stories that intertwine as a result of the theft of Bitcoin. Janne, Mika, Maarit and Harry, are the protagonists of this unusual story. Viraali (Viral) also treats thematically the life as a viral phenomenon, the film focuses on the phenomena of viral spread through the Internet. The city of Helsinki will be the center of the series.

7. Finding Satoshi Nakamoto (2015)

This short film based on real facts, directed by Mike Anzel, tells the story of 2 journalists who believe they have found the real Satoshi Nakamoto, and no, they do not refer to Craig Wright. In the research the journalists are trying to identify if Satoshi Nakamoto is a person or a group of them. In addition, they attempt to answer if the disappearance of Satoshi was due to a scheduled withdrawal, or if the people, or person, no longer with life.

Have you already seen all these movies, series or documentaries on Bitcoin and the criptos?

We have reached the end of our list of 7 movies of Bitcoin to see in quarantine. We hope you will enjoy it, as we are doing. The important thing in all this time is to stay at home and wash our hands. Do you want more movies, series or documentaries of Bitcoin, the cryptocurrencies and technology Blockchain?. If so write in the comments and we will give you some new recommendations on this topic.

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