The time is almost upon us to kick off the Bitfilm Festival 2015, which will once again start in Berlin. Similar to last year’s event, there will be various short and long films competing in this festival and viewers will be able to vote on the movie they like best by sending Bitcoin donations to a specific address.
Bitcoin documentaries are always fascinating for novice digital currency enthusiasts, as they have access to a convenient medium to learn something new. Granted, sometimes these documentaries present outdated information. Bitcoin, The End of Money As We Know It is now available on Vimeo and BitTorrent Bundle.
Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It Available Now
The list of Bitcoin documentaries is still fairly short at this time, but there is always a sense of anticipation whenever a new release is coming up. In the case of “Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It”, that release has been anticipated for quite some time now. But the wait is finally over, as this Bitcoin documentary can now be purchased on both Vimeo and BitTorrent Bundle platforms.
I really like to watch a good documentary once in a while. Not just because it’s more relaxing compared to watching a movie or TV show, but because I like to learn new things. Today, I received an email about an upcoming feature-length documentary covering DogeCoin and emerging altcoins. That really got me excited!
You may have noticed my other article about a documentary, called Bitcoin : The End of Money As We Know it, which has gotten great attention from our readers. In case you missed the article, you can find it here.
There are several ways for us to introduce Bitcoin to the masses. One of the main issues a lot of run into however, is the fact that we tend to make the explanation rather technical, usually without realising it. Documentaries on the other hand, are a good way to explain Bitcoin to people who aren’t as technically inclined as nearly all of us are.
Bitcoin documentaries are a new niche market it seems. There have been a few ones released or announced already. And they are all pretty good, if you ask me. But I’m not sure any of them will convince your regular people on the street to get involved with Bitcoin.