Bitcoin: The People’s Money with Erik Voorhees

Published on Mar 21, 2015 by Liberty.me

Erik is a Bitcoin serial entrepreneur and advocate. Having been a featured guest on Bloomberg, Fox Business, CNBC, BBC Radio, The Peter Schiff Show, and numerous Bitcoin and industry conferences, Erik suggests there is no such thing as a “free market” when the institution of money itself is centrally planned and controlled.

Ver, Voorhees and Demeester about Satoshi Roundtable and the future of finance

Streamed live on Feb 12, 2015 by deBitcoin

In this week’s episode we have the chance to talk to 3 luminaries of the bitcoin space: Roger Ver, Erik Voorhees and Tuur Demeester. We will cover the threats and opportunities for bitcoin and crypto-currencies in general. We also hope to get some more info about last weekend’s Satoshi Roundtable and any of the plans the gentlemen are working on.

Is Bitcoin Truly Decentralized? Yes – and Here Is Why It’s Important

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Those within the industry understand that one of Bitcoin’s most important features—and perhaps its true core innovation—is its decentralized structure. Bitcoin has no central control: no central repository of information, no central management, and, crucially, no central point of failure. And yet, most of the actual services and businesses built within the Bitcoin ecosystem are centralized. They are run by specific people, in specific locations, with specific computer systems, and they are susceptible to specific legal entanglements. This situation creates tension and certainly a little irony—we have a decentralized technology, yet most things existing upon it are centralized.

To a casual observer, and even more to a cynical one, it may appear that the claim of Bitcoin’s decentralization is a myth—an overstated feature conjured up as a bullet point in Bitcoin’s marketing brochure, but suspiciously not apparent in the actual product.

Read more: https://bitcoinmagazine.com/19133/bitcoin-truly-decentralized-yes-important/

What is Bitcoin?

Published by Erik Voorhees on October 15, 2014

Bitcoin has taken the world by storm. Yet when most people hear about it, whether for the first or the tenth time, they have one simple question: “What is it?” Like an automobile, Bitcoin is very technically advanced, and it can be extremely complicated, depending on how much you want to know about it. But also like an automobile, you don’t actually need to know much about Bitcoin’s technical details in order to use it—and in order for it to change the way you look at the world.

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Interview with Erik Voorhees – The Revolution of Bitcoin

Published on Nov 3, 2014 by Dan Schultz

Erik Voorhees is among the top-recognized serial Bitcoin advocates and entrepreneurs, understanding Bitcoin as one of the most important inventions ever created by humanity. Having been a featured guest on Bloomberg, Fox Business, CNBC, BBC Radio, The Peter Schiff Show, and numerous Bitcoin and industry conferences, Erik humbly suggests that there is no such thing as a “free market” when the institution of money itself is centrally planned and controlled. This blog is about the human struggle for the separation of money and state, and about Bitcoin as the instrument by which it will happen.

Anarchast Ep. 167 Erik Voorhees – Coinapulting From the USSA to Panama

Published on Nov 4, 2014 by TheAnarchast

Jeff interviews Erik Voorhees from Coinapult, topics include: Panama, no taxation and close to US, starting a business ‘offshore’, US massively overegulated and expensive, expatriation, Anarchapulco event, Bitcoin is in its early days, Apple Pay, Bitcoin may replace some currencies, the dollar collapse.

The Bitcoin Phenomenon

This Bitcoin documentary looks at the history, the ideologies, and the conflict between the politics of the early-adopters and the VCs/entrepreneurs pushing to take Bitcoin mainstream.

SQ1.tv interviewed many of the leaders in the Bitcoin movement including Gavin Andresen, the former lead developer; Jeremy Liew, a venture capitalist; Erik Voorhees, one of the notable libertarians in the movement; Fred Ehrsam, co-founder of Coinbase; Peter Vessenes, head of the Bitcoin Foundation.

Published on Apr 12, 2014 by SQ1.tv via YouTube

Bitcoin2014 – History of Money & Lessons for Digital Currencies Today

Bitcoin 2014’s The Digital Economy’s Panel: History of Money & Lessons for Digital Currencies Today took place on Saturday, May 17, 2014
With: Ludwig Siegele, Simon Lelieveldt, Erik Voorhees, Konrad Graf, Tuur Demeester

Published on Aug 10, 2014 by Bitcoin Foundation via YouTube