Instead of talking to the usual suspects and brightly colored dogs, i.e. well-known investors, advocates and thought leaders, in this documentary you let many of those who have not been the first to be associated with Bitcoin in the public perception have their say. But they are entitled to this because they are the ones who have been dealing with it for years and sometimes decades, working on its implementation and helping to shape the Bitcoin ecosystem.
Somewhat men-heavy, but still great in terms of content. The interview partner
The good half an hour offers new, interesting insights into the history of Bitcoin, among other things.
From the film description :
„The documentary The Digital Rush is about interviewing key figures in the bitcoin ecosystem and documenting the community and its events. A proper representation of the bitcoin proposition will be provided: cypherpunk movement, technological choices, monetary impact and cultural relevance, etc. It will emphasize the emergence of bitcoin as digital gold.
Aimed at a non-technical audience, the documentary will explain bitcoin using the words of its community members; their advanced (often geeky) technical comments will be properly framed between plain informative segments providing a gradual educational path.„
Bitcoin’s progress is also evident here
All in all, a very interesting and demanding documentary also – or maybe even especially – for those who already know a bit more about Bitcoin. You can overlook the fact that with the music here and there, a little courage to less is more would have been good.
What is also definitely noteworthy and is shown by the recorded Bitcoin explanation clip from tens of years ago: How professional, mature, in-depth, serious and serious today’s Bitcoin explanation films (and thus also the perception of Bitcoin) have become .