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Bitcoin in Zimbabwe - Anita Posch on What Bitcoin Did

I’m into Bitcoin because of the possibility to support human rights and support people’s lives.” — Anita Posch

Anita Posch on What Bitcoin DidAnita Posch on What Bitcoin Did

In this interview, Peter McCormack is talking with Anita Posch, Bitcoin podcaster, speaker and author. We discuss my recent trip to Zimbabwe, free speech & freedom of expression, scams & MLM, hyperinflation and if and how Zimbabweans are using Bitcoin.

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