How To Thrive With Cryptocurrency During The Dollar Collapse [VIDEO]

When it comes to any crypto asset or technology, if it’s not private-by-default at the protocol level, it’s not private at all. 

Here is my meta-analysis of Bitcoin’s history. The Bitcoin revolution was divided into four camps. The first group was honest in its assessment that Bitcoin would never be private-by-default at the protocol level. They launched Monero (XMR) in 2014, paving the way for open-source, privacy-oriented cryptocurrency. 

Monero’s blockchain is opaque, making transaction details and the amount of every transaction secret and disguising the addresses used by all participants. 

The next two groups are Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). King BTC takes the ‘digital gold’ approach as a store-of-value, while BCH forked to emphasize the electronic cash aspect for transactions. Unfortunately, since they are not private-by-default at the protocol level, they arguably will both fall short of meeting those ends because they lack true fungibility

The final group said that Bitcoin was perfect in its original design, emphasizing the “bit” part of Bitcoin by utilizing the computational power of the miners to enable entrepreneurship in a new way. From them, we got Bitcoin SV (BSV). 

Because of the crypto revolution, The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE), in a nutshell, provides our members with unparalleled technical analysis and fundamental analysis on crypto assets, as well as education on privacy and operational security.

With 80 years of combined crypto experience under our belt, our team of analysts makes this possible. 

Technical analysis is for making money. Traders especially need to know when to get in and out of what markets and when to buy or sell. Our portfolio speaks for itself with tens of thousands of percent profits on our early picks like Pirate Chain (ARRR) and Wownero (WOW). 

Fundamental analysis is for understanding the purpose and variety of tools offered to us by cryptographic technology. Each crypto asset in the TCV portfolio serves a need in the market. Fundamental analysis shows what solutions are best applied and why

Much like any toolbox has a hammer and screwdriver for different uses, there are some blockchain and cryptography tools for privacy, and others for smart contracts, entrepreneurship, and so on. 

Operational security details the best practices on how to keep yourself private and secure. Opsec in crypto essentially takes the form of what we call coin control (a term likely dubbed by our team at TCV). Of course, we highly recommend the use of privacy coins, such as Monero and Pirate Chain. 

While The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE)as the world’s most prominent libertarian crypto study group – can arm you with the knowledge to navigate these tools, ultimately, there are some things only you can do for yourself. It is up to each individual to connect and be part of communities that fight and advocate for freedom. It is up to you to research what crypto can do and decide what you want to accomplish with cryptocurrency this is different for everyone. 

The energy of the Ron Paul revolution undoubtedly manifested into the ideals inherent in the invention of bitcoin, which then sparked the crypto renaissance. The best part about this is that the liberty movement finally has money now. 

I covered all of this in detail during my presentation and lecture at FreedomFest in July. 

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Crypto is not the tech of tomorrow; it is the tech of this afternoon. While I remain optimistic overall, the truth is that society is entering an Orwellian dystopian nightmare in many ways, and it is your own responsibility to protect yourself. 

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Gathering with like-minded freethinkers is as vital as ever, and I look forward to meeting more crypto vigilantes face to face. See you in Miami! 

Stay vigilant.  

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Rafael LaVerde

Rafael LaVerde has a background in private equity and venture capital. He discovered Bitcoin in 2012 while volunteering on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He served as board member of a Libertarian Super PAC while doing post-graduate work in economics, and was also a member of the University of Texas’ Mises Circle. His formal education includes graduate degrees in continental philosophy and psychology. He has been a Bitcoin miner since 2014. Rafael also managed investor relations for the BitAngels Network, which helped finance the vast majority of early Bitcoin startups, and was also part of the DApps Fund team that revolutionized funding structures that eventually became known as ICOs and STOs. He was also the founding partner of what became one of the very first Bitcoin venture capital funds.