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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.
Bitfilm, Bitcoin’s own film festival has opened up the voting booths this October 31 to choose the best Bitcoin film of 2005. How do you vote? Well, with bitcoin of course.
Back in August, CoinTelegraph reported on the Bitfilm-Festival and the organizers’ plans to take the event globally. Now, the schedule has been unveiled for the festival that is scheduled to take place on four continents.
The 14th edition of the Bitfilm Festival — an annual film festival that will be Bitcoin-specific this year — has announced that it will issue its own coin, available starting Tuesday, August 26.
A significant chunk of mining pools has taken a fierce stand against Bitcoin XT; the largest currently operating bitcoin black market has decided to halt operations due to a Tor de-anonymizing vulnerability, and more news
The White House has appointed Ed Felter as the Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer; BitFilm has released a trailer for an upcoming movie about Satoshi Nakamoto and more news.
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