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Trust Machine: A Documentary Focused on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency by SingularDTV

There’s a lot that has been going on in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. Trust Machine, a feature-length, meticulously crafted documentary, unfolds a real-time history of the major events happening in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sphere. The documentary makes an excellent attempt to cover the intricacies of cryptocurrency and blockchain in a more comprehensible manner. The film goes into details explaining how the fintech industry has, over the years, managed to touch human emotions and sentiments, presenting a spice of regulations, frenzy, controversies, brilliance and all that goes around the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries. Here’s a glimpse of The Trust Machine trailer. Crew Behind Trust Machine The documentary happens to be the very first by SingularDTV’s, an entertainment studio, with Kim Jackson as the show’s producer. The documentary is co-produced by the award-winning Trouper Productions and Futurism Studios. Other prominent names featured as executive producers are: Alex Klokus, Zach LeBeau, Arie Levy-Cohen, and Joseph Lubin, the co-founder of Ethereum. The director of the show, who’s also the man behind the scenes of the unfolding stories, is Alex Winter. The powerful and succinct voice that narrates the story is of actress Rosario Dawson. The entertainment studio is a blockchain-based platform built on the Ethereum blockchain to help film makers create and distribute their content, and raise funds. The Story Line The documentary enwraps a number of real-time events; including the sharp comments about the dangers of cryptocurrencies by Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s Chase CEO, as well as the crucial role that blockchain plays in solving real-world problems such as refugee crisis and hunger. Kicking off the story, with a compelling message, is Lauri Love, a computer scientist and British activists. She begins the documentary by saying that blockchain is “going to scare the sh*t out of some very powerful people.” The computer scientist has been previously accused of stealing data from the government of the United States, including the Missile Defence Agency. It’s no surprise that the film goes into detail about blockchain, showing how the technology breaks existing barriers of power, digital privacy, and activism. Market Disruptors’ cryptocurrency analyst, Mark Moss, has been tracking the documentary for long, stating that the concept of cryptocurrencies has created mass intrest from individuals, noting that “Even if Bitcoin fails, people are now awake and aware, and the revolution will still continue to grow.” Moss further said that: “Since the dollar was removed from the gold standard in 1971 the United States and the rest of the world have moved to a debt based system and have created trillions and trillions of dollars of debt. This entire system works as long as people continue to have faith and trust in the system, but with cryptocurrency giving people a better option and blockchain, overall, driving greater decentralization, banks and any organization that holds power via a centralized action see this new era as a massive threat.” Director Alex Winter on Making the Documentary Alex Winter, the director, talked about his reasons behind making the film, saying that he’s fascinated by the power that blockchain technology holds across several industrial services and applications. In his own words, Winter said that: “Bitcoin matters, but blockchain is really where the changes are going to come. The implications are huge if you think about it. There are huge changes happening in our culture right now. Never has something like this happened before, ever. And it is fascinating to me. That’s why I really wanted to make this documentary.” Blockchain Space is Still Evolving According to Alex Winter, the blockchain space is in its infancy and still evolving, providing tremendous opportunities. He advocates for collective learning, especially from mistakes, saying that “My interest is always the people at the heart of such stories, and communicating the bigger themes and sociopolitical implications, and not in attempting to explain the ‘math’ of it all.” If the Trust Machine documentary excites you, you can catch it in New York’s Cinema Village on October 26, 2018, where it will be running for a week. The next schedule will be in Los Angeles on November 16th at the Laemmle Monica.
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Ethereum Co-Founder and SingularDTV Producing New Blockchain Documentary “Trust Machine”

Few movie buffs would fail to concede that the monsters on screen aren’t nearly as terrifying as the ones in real life. In SingularDTV’s new documentaryTrust Machine: The Story of Blockchain, however, it would seem that these real-world villains could be in for a nasty surprise. According to Forbes, Trust Machine paints a dystopian picture of some of the most powerful individuals and institutions in existence — whose nefarious actions may be catalyzing a global thirst for decentralization. Directed by Alex Winter (Deep Web, Downloaded) and produced by Kim Jackson, the feature cannonballs into the deep-end for a revealing look at nervous politicians in the U.S., to refugee crises across the ocean. SingularDTV Production Decentralized from the inside-out, the work is the first feature-length documentary of blockchain-powered SingularDTV — one of the first entertainment studios in its class, the studio aims to help filmmakers fundraise, develop and distribute their content using the Ethereum platform — with even the blockchain’s co-founder Joseph Lubin pitching in as an executive producer amongst other tech futurist heavyweights Zach LeBeau, Arie Levy-Cohen, and Alex Klokus. Neutral Yet Powerful While being a politically charged vehicle, the film manages to explain global issues from a neutral, yet accurate, perspective. Lauri Love, the 33-year-old hacktivist who earlier this year narrowly excepted extradition to the U.S. for hacking into American government websites, said crypto-technology is “going to scare the shit out of some very powerful people.” In spite of being charged with stealing data regarding the Missile Defense Agency, Love has been lauded as a pioneer for human rights and his presence in the movie precedes interviews with a widely varied panel of protagonists, including musician Imogen Heap and Dr. Spiros Michalakis, the quantum physicist who doubles as a consultant for the Marvel superhero movies. Love states that blockchain technology is redistributing power to the people, rather than the endless ones and zeros streaming behind the screen: “With the Internet, we’re not really the users. We’re not really the customers. We’re the product.” Winter’s perspective behind the camera acts as a liaison between current technology and the future of blockchain in a divisive world of finance. At the platform’s forefront is an analysis of how the technology banking giants like JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon consider and others claim “doesn’t serve any useful function” and “just a scam.” Dimon himself said as much in a CNBC interview. And yet, physical proof from around the world, in videos, interviews, and numbers, says otherwise. Such executives are in fact America’s acting politicians because they control the money and influence the laws. Their unflinching denial of cryptocurrency’s influence in the economy begs the question as to why they are so against developing it as a resource. And if there is a reason, what are they trying to hide? Particularly, if the same technologies are providing a life raft for the survival of refugees and struggling third-world countries. Related: Celebrities Cash In on Bitcoin and Crypto, Some May Face SEC Action The documentary, narrated by actress Rosario Dawson, claims blockchain is the holy grail for hackers, and maybe so. But for as subjective and controversial as the content in this movie may be, it remains to be seen as a time-bomb of information capable of helping even the most unfamiliar viewers develop their own opinions on the subject. Opinion is only as powerful as the information provided, and the end result is the truth. In his own interview with Winter, CEO of Mattereum and coordinator at Ethereum Vinay Gupta states the safe word for power is blockchain: “We are trying to stop the abuse of power.” Awareness, then, is a compelling and loud ally capable of accomplishing this mission. The energy it takes to get there will be harrowing, to say the least, but with one blockchain at a time. The post Ethereum Co-Founder and SingularDTV Producing New Blockchain Documentary “Trust Machine” appeared first on CryptoSlate.
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Crypto-Market Top Weekly Performers: Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Stellar, Tezos, Binance

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