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Advocate M.K. Published in Bitcoin Magazine

Young Voices Advocate Meghan Kellison-Lords was published in Bitcoin Magazine about why people should view a recent video by Stansberry Research with a grain of salt.

For all the wailing about bitcoin being a Ponzi scheme, it has historically been those privy to classified information that have run them to rip people off. This mentality is nothing new in the coin collecting and even precious metals industry; even the U.S. Mint sells coins for far above their face value because of the special label “collectible”, but I guarantee you that if you tried to sell them to a dealer for the same price you’d be laughed out of the office. The same is true unfortunately for numismatics, and the target audience for Stansberry’s video are older generations, some of which could be easily fooled by the seemingly high production value of the video and its histrionic promises.

Bitcoin is for everyone and easily accessible even for those averse to technology. So the next time you see this video circulating, you can reassure them that bitcoin isn’t the threat Stansberry makes it out to be—at least not in the way they think of it.

Read the rest of the piece here.

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Advocate Bryant on Greta Van Susteren’s Fox News Show On the Record

Young Voices Advocate Bryant Jackson-Green joined a panel of Millennials on Greta Van Susteren’s show On the Record to talk about whether Millennials have it worse than any other generation. The panel also discussed whether the prospects of college students and twenty-somethings more bleak than other generations.

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Advocate Admir Published in Daily Caller on Bosnia

Young Voices Advocate Admir Cavalic was published in The Daily Caller on the ongoing economic unrest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Last year, the Economist ranked Bosnia and Herzegovina among the most likely countries to experience social unrest in the 2014. At the time, no one took such predictions seriously. Unfortunately, it was only a matter of time before the Southern European country, ranked 101st in the Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom, erupted in violence.

You can read the entire piece here.

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