How Bitcoin allows freedom of movement

This is an editorial opinion piece by Jessica Hodler, COO of Plan B Passport and co-host of “The Bittersweet Podcast.”

The world is accustomed to a centralized system that requires us to provide identification cards in order to open bank accounts, board planes, or even stay in hotels. But now, we have Bitcoin, a completely decentralized electronic protocol that allows anyone, anywhere to send safe money around the world without needing permission from anyone else.

There is a lot of debate in the Bitcoin community regarding the requirements for KYC versus non-KYC privacy and we will not specifically go into which path is better but will ask, What is KYC to get started?

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