It's an honor to introduce yet another great speaker to the Krakow Bitcoin community!
Jeffrey Tucker is one of today's superstars within the Austrian School of Economcs, and he has written multiple books promoting liberty, sound money and how to build better alternative worlds through the use of P2P technology.
Today, Jeffrey is Editorial Director of the American Institute for Economic Research as well an adjunct scholar with the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, a research affiliate of RMIT University's Blockchain Innovation Hub, and an Acton Institute associate. He has previously worked with libertarian icon Ron Paul during his 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns.
As the founder of the Bitcoin Embassy in Atlanta, Jeffrey Tucker has been a loud advocate for Bitcoin ever since 2013. His book Bit by Bit (2015) was devoted to Bitcoin as a revolutionary information technology, and he has also been an active writer online and been interviewed by Reason, Forbes, Fox Business Channel and RT.
On the last Sunday of September, Jeffrey will be speaking at the Krakow Bitcoin Meetup about the Austrian School of Economics and its strong relevance to Bitcoin. How is Austrian Economics superior to its mainstream Keynesian Economics counterpart? And how will Bitcoin do for society what gold couldn't do?
Show up on September 30th and become as smart as an econ major!
The Krakow Bitcoin Meetup is an initiative for Bitcoin enthusiasts in the city of Krakow, Poland. The event is held frequently and aims to connect the brightest local crypto minds together. It also aims to provide educational value through presentations and workshops for people who want to learn more about Bitcoin. Even though this event is primarily about Bitcoin, you are of course permitted to mention other cryptocurrencies :)
The events will mostly be free of charge, and there are no knowledge requirements for you to participate. Come and learn!
Feel free to invite others if you know someone who might be interested in attending our events. Join our Facebook group Krakow Bitcoin Forum: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2050666758543308/?ref=br_rs