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Ver Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain

Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain is a movie starring Rosario Dawson, Vinay Gupta, and Imogen Heap. TRUST MACHINE is the first blockchain-funded, blockchain-distributed, and blockchain-focused documentary, from entertainment...

Alex Winter
Imogen Heap, Vinay Gupta, Tim Draper, Rosario Dawson

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Alex Winter
Writer Alex Winter
Stars Imogen Heap, Vinay Gupta, Tim Draper, Rosario Dawson
Country USA
Also Known As Decentralized: the Story of Blockchain
Runtime 1 h 24 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description TRUST MACHINE is the first blockchain-funded, blockchain-distributed, and blockchain-focused documentary, from entertainment tech company SingularDTV and Futurism Studios. The feature documentary explores the evolution of cryptocurrency, blockchain and decentralization, including the technology's role in addressing important real-world problems, such as world hunger and income inequality.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Apr 2020 21:29

It's a story told through interviews with those involved in the making of this groundbreaking project. It's a wide variety of personalities, from the people who were there and at the helm of the project itself, to the co-founders of Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin and Vlad Zamfir. While there are some useful insights here, there are also some points about the project that I have learned the hard way and that I hope I can avoid in the future. While the introduction gives some of the background of this project and the group who created it, it's still a rather dry introduction. After seeing it, you'll be more aware of the core tenets of the project. The overall project design is a really interesting one. All of the ideas that were present in the idea were incorporated into the project in a more or less seamless manner. The artwork, animations, and narrative elements that seemed to be the most prominent aspects of the project and all the backers who contributed to the project are a strong point of it. However, I felt that there were some key elements of the idea that were missing. For example, I have a feeling that the main point that was made to the group at the end was missing. Maybe we should have been told that in a little more detail. As much as I enjoyed the idea of these "smart contracts" and their ability to orchestrate everything from a messaging system, to a payments system and a sort of intelligent business intelligence, I'm really curious about how the vision of the product would look with more work put into it. I would have liked to see a little more of the money flow system than just the actual ETH payments system, which is something that I think is incredibly important. Another weak point of the movie is that it kind of turns into a full-on-mission-statement during the final hour. I'm sure some would be on the edge of their seat with excitement over the closing credits. While I had a good time at the premiere of the movie, I just felt like I had spent the entire movie staring at my watch waiting for something that didn't really happen and asking myself: what would I have done differently? I can only assume that people would have been more excited and excited about the movie had it been a bit longer. In my opinion, the ending was actually kind of rushed and certainly wasn't a necessary element to the movie. Still, I can't help but admire the vision of this project. I would recommend this movie for anyone who is interested in this technology.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 16:45

In this short documentary, this is what I consider the best summary of the nature of this cryptocurrency system. Bitcoin itself is very intriguing, but it's the technology behind it that provides the most interesting and practical results. These real world examples of blockchain technology will be hard to overlook and bring them into the mainstream without being caught in the hype. There are many good talks on the implications of blockchain technology, like "The Blockchain Revolution", "Reinventing Money" and "Blockchain Technology: From Bitcoin to Ethereum". "The White House: Building a Blockchain Nation" is a must watch, it explores some aspects of blockchain technology and the political implications of the technology as well as the possibility of a world without money. This documentary also talks about cryptocurrencies and provides a clear explanation of how cryptocurrencies works. Blockchain in all of its components is an incredibly complex system, where the implications are incredibly difficult to grasp. I have a feeling that the government will quickly realize the benefits and that the technology will quickly evolve into a critical part of the economy. It's clear that there will be a massive demand for the technology in the long term and that the technology will become the basis for many new applications in the future. This documentary is very good, it breaks down the blockchain technology in a thorough and rigorous way. The other aspects are also well done, there are many good examples of people talking about the technology and the importance of the technology. It's always interesting to watch this documentary, because it's one of the few that is actually using blockchain technology, it's all about it, the technology in this case. In conclusion, I would recommend this film to anyone, I believe that you will find this to be an excellent documentary that describes the technology and the implications of the blockchain technology in a very straight forward way, without excessive hype and useless comparisons to other cryptocurrencies. I really enjoyed this documentary and I will definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the technology. By the way, I also liked the documentary, it was very informative and quite entertaining. The way the technology is depicted is a little confusing, but I think that it is necessary to explain the technology and the implications of the technology to properly convey the technical aspects of it. That's the case for this documentary, in this case, in this case, in this case.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 00:16

Let's face it, this movie is a "nod and a wink" to big-time bankers, bankers and their ilk. It's a story about how blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin, is changing the way the financial industry works. We're talking about a revolution that is still young and still at least somewhat uncharted. Still, the story is simple enough, an engineer, Casper Cosimov, is talking about how the technology, specifically bitcoin, was created and how the ability to hack the system is being exploited. It's a pretty simple narrative that we see in most movies about the technology. The man talks about hacking the "i-stays" (computer that stays on your computer), and he's trying to persuade a financial firm, Exante, to invest in the protocol. He's also being a bit vague about how a "blockchain" is created and what exactly the protocol is. The guy then talks about how you can hack the protocol, then he explains how one could control transactions by adding a small part of the funds of an individual. Eventually, you end up with a bank, Visa, which decides to implement the protocol in many of its sites and services. The movie then goes into a typical interview format where Casper, who is trying to convince Visa to implement the protocol, explains how it works. He then spends a lot of time on bitcoin and it's future, and it's everything that we've heard about and seen in the film. The problem is, this is where we see the biggest problem with the film, because it isn't that much about the technology, more about how it is being used. For example, there is a scene where Casper interviews a former employee of Visa. It's a very long interview with a lot of talking, but a bit to much talking, even for someone who is a video interview (or, you know, anyone). The actor who plays the interviewee tells Casper that the people working for Visa are not using the protocol correctly and that they should be. Basically, it's a very boring interview. This is the kind of talk that would have you flinch when you're watching it. The thing about it is, that this interview is not very enlightening. It's not really a big reveal about the technology, so that makes it a bit hard to know what you're going to get out of it. The same goes for the whole argument that you see in the film. In one scene, he's speaking with the executives of one bank and he explains how they are beginning to use the protocol in their services. All of a sudden, a bank executive comes in and says "We're not using it, we're using it wrong." That's when I found out that this was not the biggest question posed in the film, but rather the most superficial. So, it has that
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 15:28

A riveting follow-up to Bruce Schneier's two-part book that is a must for any active Bitcoin enthusiast. It's almost as if Schneier is dishing out an even-more detailed and in-depth look at Bitcoin and how it operates than his earlier book. One of the key points he focuses on, as he does in the first episode, is the way Bitcoin has actually transformed into a major central bank for the world economy and much more. It's been used as a currency that is anonymous and therefore dangerous. It's the first major "fiat" currency that has ever been created. So in a way, this new currency system has got many things right: it has seen huge growth in use. It has made a number of ingenious innovations, like Bitcoin's blockchain ledger that records transactions and is constantly updated. And it has ensured the viability of all Bitcoin transactions, which means all Bitcoins and Bitcoins are nearly completely safe for them. The blockchain ledger is exactly the sort of ledger that "Bitcoin" was designed to be: a way to make transactions with Bitcoin without any trust or third-party involvement. It is also the backbone of what you see in the decentralised Bitcoin network, including the proof-of-work mining, mining for blocks, miners who can participate in the network and also the system of Bitcoin wallets, where you can use Bitcoin to buy things. It's also a vital part of the Bitcoin ecosystem, though it is also a key point of difference with the first edition. As a result, the two-part book makes more of an emphasis on the decentralised Bitcoin network, while in the first part it has to do with the biggest exchange of Bitcoins, Bitcoin Exchanges, which are trying to build a global infrastructure for trading. It's also more of a technical manual, but as this second edition shows, it is not that important as one would think. While it does not delve into the complexities of how the Bitcoin network works, it does offer a great deal of insight into the various issues and problems that have made Bitcoin such an interesting and fascinating technology. And it also includes much more of the current activities on the Bitcoin network, which is where a lot of the technology and application of the technology is currently going. All in all, I think it's a great book and can be recommended to anyone interested in Bitcoin. In my own opinion, the first edition is still a must-read for anyone who is interested in the Bitcoin network, especially if they are a regular Bitcoin user.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 11:47

I will not pretend to be knowledgeable about Blockchain. All I know is that I know its existence and it's existence is spreading faster than any other technology. Despite its private nature and security issues, it is and will be the new era of data. So much so that it's been dubbed "futurism" by futurist Tim Berners-Lee and its "robot revolution" by futurist Vint Cerf. Bitcoin's popularity has exploded and it now boasts 2.8 billion dollars in market capitalization. If the popularity of Bitcoin continues to grow exponentially, Blockchain will surely follow with a similar fate. This movie is one of the most important movies I have ever seen and is, in my humble opinion, the best made movie that I have seen in 2014 so far. The lead up to the first Bitcoin on Mt. Gox, some of the innovations and progress that happened in this technology, how it could make the world a more secure place. Everything about it is important, whether it's the use of "Money" as a medium of exchange and "People" as an asset and even "Privacy" as a security element. The Internet didn't exist for a while, because for most of the world, it was blocked and censored by governments. Bitcoin is a new way of transaction, a way of sharing value, a way of making an investment and it will change the world forever. Bitcoin is not just a store of value, it is not only a currency and it does not have a monopoly on the banking industry. It is so much more and all the innovations that it inspired are what will be the most powerful technologies in the future. I don't want to take any risks and not to look too far ahead, but it's going to be interesting to see how the technology evolves, how it will change the world and what it means for future generations. The use of "Money" as an asset is what "Bitcoin" will have to deal with and it will have to bring about that "technology revolution" that some might call a revolution and it is definitely going to be an important technological breakthrough. If you liked this, you may also like: A Look Inside an AI Website in 2013 The State of Bitcoin The Rise and Fall of Bitcoin Speculators Bitcoin (The Rise and Fall of an American Revolution)

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