Until now, mostly Germans write for this blog, so expect it to be well organised and accurate, but without a trace of humour. However, everyone is welcome to write for us. Please join this group to suggest an article!

Aaron’s first movie about Bitcoin – of course you don’t entrust your coins to anyone, not even to Germans!

Aaron Koenig, is the editor of this blog and writes most of its articles.

Benedikt Lechner is a crypto consultant and editor of the blog Kapitalistenschwe.in.

Christoph Bergmann is the editor of Bitcoinblog.de, Germany’s leading publication on cryptocurrencies.

Frank Braun is a software developer from Berlin. He is also an editor of the online magazine shadowlife.cc.

Frank Schäffler is a member of the German Federal Parliament and an advocate of a free competition of currencies as proposed by the Austrian Economist Friedrich August von Hayek. He has been successfully fighting against anti-Bitcoin laws in the EU and Germany.

Philipp Nyhoegen is a libertarian, crypto trader and world traveller. He organises financial meetups in various cities.

Sterlin Lujan is a journalist, editor, speaker, anarchist, and essayist. He has been involved with cryptocurrency and Bitcoin since 2012. Sterlin is especially interested in the intersection of psychology and cryptography.

Thorsten Polleit is an economist at the gold trading company Degussa and the author of many articles and books on Austrian Economics.

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