Jeffrey discovered Bitcoin only in February of 2013, and has written some 20 articles on the topic since that time, mainly because its emergence challenged much of what he thought he knew about money, banking, and entrepreneurship. Jeffrey has been a vocal supporter of Bitcoin and is the CLO of

The Cointelegraph: As you mentioned in Liberty.mes IndieGoGo campaign, the wants of liberty-minded people have finally found a convergence point with available technology. How much do you imagine this technology will nudge others toward liberty-minded pursuits?

Jeffrey Tucker: In the last 15 years, an entirely new world has been created out of the template of liberty. It is the global file-sharing network, the app economy, the world-wide peer-to-peer connectivity for two thirds of humanity, the amazing reality that most of us carry in our pockets a portal to all that is known or has been known.

The digital cloud we use every day is an incredible thing. This new world was neither imagined nor created by any government. No political establishment made this possible. No nation state alone manages it. It is a product of anarchy and it is beautiful. The nudge toward understanding this and its meaning comes only from a consciousness of the relationship between cause and effect.