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March 22nd’s morning saw an attack on Brussels, Belgium killing at least 34 people. Will virtual currencies be increasingly under the scanner as a result?
CoinTelegraph spoke to Aaron Koenig, founder and CEO at Bitfilm Production, about the show and its main goal to educate people about Bitcoin.
The second edition of the Bitfilm Festival, an event focused on movies about the Bitcoin and Blockchain world has recently ended.
The first ever Bitfilm movie competition starts on Steemit today. The users of this decentralzied social network can vote for movies they like the most.
From House of Cards to Jeopardy, HBO Silicon Valley to The Simpsons, Almost Human to Supernatural, Bitcoin appears on mainstream TV, making it a cultural phenomenon.
Berlin-based production company Bitfilm released a teaser and launched a three-tiered funding campaign on May 14 for the first feature-length, Bitcoin-inspired fiction film, called Satoshi's Last Will.
Berlin-based Aaron Koenig has done a lot in the German and English-speaking communities to evangelize Bitcoin.
An interview with Aaron Koenig, the managing director of Bitfilm Networks GmbH and the founder and organiser of Bitcoin Exchange Berlin (BXB), Europe’s first in-person Bitcoin exchange.
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