#2 Max Hillebrand | Despite Tyrants, Free Individuals Prevail

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#2 Max Hillebrand | Despite Tyrants, Free Individuals Prevail
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I’m thrilled to bring on Max Hillebrand for the second episode of the podcast.

We have an incredible conversation about the various growing forces of tyranny and how Bitcoin and other open source cryptographic software empower individuals everywhere to thrive in freedom.

Max is an open source entrepreneur supporting several Bitcoin projects that build tools for sovereign individuals to defend their property rights, liberties and privacy. He is educating his peers by sharing invaluable knowledge in several hundreds of videos online. He has an in depth understanding of the sound monetary economics of Bitcoin and the value proposition of immutable scarcity in this age of anarchy in money.

In our discussion we dig into the importance of digital privacy, the current global hyperinflation event, Bitcoin as a weapon of sovereignty, and some of Max’s ideas around citadel theory and the concept of mobile citadels.

You can find more info about what Max is up to at www.TowardsLiberty.com and you can follow him on twitter at @HillebrandMax.

Here at TheBitcoinPath.com, our goal is to learn as much as possible about Bitcoin and help others do the same with free podcasts and paid private events. In the podcasts I get to sit down for deep discussions with some of the great people in the community. The paid events give you the opportunity to go deeper down the rabbit hole in a compressed amount of time with personal guidance from well respected Bitcoin educators.

The opportunity cost for not understanding Bitcoin is staggering and it’s growing by the day.

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*Intro and outro music is the song Hearts, graciously licensed to us by Blackbird Blackbird. Be sure to check out his other great songs on Spotify!

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