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Top 8 Blockchain and crypto movies you need to watch this autumn

As the temperature drops and the autumn is knocking on the door, this season brings rain and cozy weekends in bed. However not seeing the gloomy aspects, we decided to start our series with updating your watch list and present you with the 8 best blockchain/crypto/Bitcoin-related movies.

 

Read also: 8 best movies that give us important financial advice 

 

Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It

 

This movie traces the history of money from the ancient world to the trading floors of Wall Street.

It is a must-watch and still one of the best Bitcoin documentaries to date. 

 

 

The rise and rise of Bitcoin 

 

Old but gold! The rise and rise of bitcoin covers the stories of some of the main early adopters of bitcoin. One of them is Gavin Andresen — he communicated directly with Nakamoto and helped to make the technology better.

Overall, the movie is one of the bigger productions covering main points in creation of bitcoin and the assets around it.

 

 

I am Satoshi

 

The filmmaker, Tomer Kantor, recorded over fifty interviews with financial and industry professionals from five different continents, exploring Bitcoin as a currency and as a technology, questioning it as a self-empowerment tool.

In 2014, this tape was awarded in the nomination for “The most creative cinema”.

 

 

Life on Bitcoin 

 

The documentary movie tells about the life of a young couple who give themselves the task of living for three months using only the cryptocurrency.

Watch this documentary movie and find out the whole story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain 

 

This feature documentary explores the evolution of cryptocurrency, blockchain and decentralization, including the technology’s role in addressing important real-world problems, such as world hunger and income inequality.

 

 

Bitcoin Gospel 

 

The film is focused on the speeches of crypto-enthusiast Roger Ver, who is called Bitcoin Jesus. He explains in detail how this currency operates.

 

 

Bitcoin: Beyond the Bubble

 

What is Bitcoin?

In this movie, experts discover the importance of Bitcoin and the blockchain in an engrossing and easily digestible manner.

 

 

Deep Web 

 

Narrated by Keanu Reeves this film is about the darkest part of the Internet Silk Road – the first marketplace of this kind where you could pay with Bitcoin, and its mysterious leader — the Dread Pirate Roberts.

When the scope of Silk Roads traffic became too big to become unnoticed authorities came in. The movie shows how police enforcement approached the arrest and takedown of the 29 years old creator of Silk Road — Ross William Ulbricht.

 

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