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TFF 2014 The Rise And Rise Of Bitcoin Premiere Panel Discussion

By Maria Esteves - April 25, 2014
The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival Premiere Documentary of THE RISE AND RISE OF BITCOIN, directed by Nicolas Mross commenced Wednesday, April 23, 5:30 PM at the SVA theatre, New York. The Tribeca Talks After The Movie with director Mross and cast members Daniel Mross (Nicolas’s brother) and Charlie Shrem moderated by Nathaniel Popper, reporter, The New York Times was a phenomenal financial cyber powerhouse. They discussed the bitcoin phenomenon, cryptocurrency, data mining, close and open source software technology. Questions posed by Popper to director Mross and cast members included: How did you decide when this film was done? Where is Bitcoin going and what your participation might be? Is there an issue in the importance of confidence in driving the price of them and how fragile that might be? What is your continuing life in Bitcoin?


TFF 2014 Premiere of The Rise And Rise Of Bitcoin Panel Discussion, (From left-right),
cast members Charlie Shrem, Daniel Mross and director Nicolas Mross.


TFF 2014 Premiere of The Rise And Rise Of Bitcoin Panel Discussion,
cast members Charlie Shrem, (left), and Daniel Mross.

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