They Say Privacy Doesn’t Matter… Until It Does!  At The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE), we are all very contrarian, and we don’t always agree with each other.  While our analysts offer the best trading tips in the space, we don’t generally follow the latest hype trends because we focus more on what matters for long-term growth…

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Happy new year!  It’s been thirteen years since the bitcoin network launched.  Satoshi Nakamoto mined the first bitcoin block on this day in 2009.  Since then, the world has changed. So many lies plague the burgeoning crypto space, and those of us who can see the writing on the wall share a duty to warn…

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“Crypto will split into two. RegFi will be unusable and bolted down. It will be toothless. The other side will be the underground DarkFi. It will have bite.”  I recently had the pleasure of interviewing one of the most influential and intriguing crypto developers globally.  Known for his leading role in the early days of…

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Over the last few years, most of my research has revolved around blockchain entrepreneurship.  I always come back to Bitcoin’s original design because I believe it’s the best protocol for building startups and businesses on-chain, at scale.   Perhaps more than money, Satoshi’s most killer app is the decentralized network serving as a backend engine to…

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There’s no shortage of problems with ETH, but the lack of privacy is the primary concern with Ethereum, along with its slew of competitors.  They’re essentially systems for “dumb contracts,” not smart contracts.  Who wants to get subjected to financial voyeurism?  Censorship resistance requires privacy by default, especially for DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations). Of course,…

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What is the actual value of Bitcoin and this technology called blockchain? CoinGeek invited me to New York City to be a panelist at their recent conference, alongside George Gilder, Dr. Craig S. Wright, and Dr. Eswar Prasad.  I refused to attend in person due to New York’s authoritarian mask and \/@x passport policies. However,…

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Gratitude is the most empowering attitude for fostering success. No matter what you’re going through, I encourage you to take a few minutes each day to meditate on what you are grateful for.  One personal highlight of this year was when I had the pleasure of participating in a FreedomFest panel with some great minds;…

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Is news being suppressed about the Bitcoin trial taking place in Miami right now? For a potential $70 billion court case, is the ongoing Kleiman v. Wright saga being underreported? Or should it be ignored?   Why are some people saying there is a media blackout of this enormous event in crypto history?  As I have…

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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.…

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The Dollar Vigilante founders Jeff Berwick and Ed Bugos called Bitcoin at $3. We at The Crypto Vigilante (SUBSCRIBE) have netted our members +1,800% gains on Monero (XMR) and +33,000% gains on Pirate Chain (ARRR). We also alerted Wownero (WOW) at half a penny, and it ran up to about $2 – over 35,000% gains…

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