This is the audio version of my article Opposing the Corruptible Fiat System, Bitcoin Enforces Universal Human Rights. This episode lays out how Bitcoin directly enforces seven of the 30 human rights listed on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations. The article shows the correlations between authoritarianism, corruption, inflation and oppression and how financial exclusion is used as an instrument to keep two billions of people worldwide from using a financial service.
It’s also the first episode on a new podcasting platform which allows me to add images and links to the episode, which you can see in your podcast player. Additionally this is a bitcoin enabled podcast. This means you can use a lightning wallet like Breez on your phone and send some satoshis to me while listening to the episode.
On your phone: to see additional images and links to the episode use the Breez app. It’s a podcast app and a non-custodial bitcoin wallet, with a lightning node running on your phone! (available for Android and iOS)
This article was originally published on Bitcoin Magazine by BTC Inc.
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