Netflix to Launch A Sequel to “Banking on Bitcoin” Documentary, More Emphasis to Altcoins
American-based streaming services provider, Netflix, has officially announced their next documentary related to the cryptosphere reports OBN. This will be the second of its type, as Netflix previously released “Banking on Bitcoin” in 2016, and it will revolve around alternative coins (popularly known as “altcoins”).
What will the documentary entail? As per the claims made, consumers, especially crypto fanatics, can expect to learn about the likes of well-established founders within the sphere including Vitalik Buterin (Ethereum), Jihan Wu (Bitmain), Justin Sun (Tron), Yi He (Binance), Charles Hoskinson (Cardano), Sunny Lu (VeChain), Jun Hasegawa (OmiseGo), Da Hongfei (NEO) and Roger Ver (Bitcoin Cash).
Given the aforementioned names, consumers will be exposed to each individual’s viewpoint on the crypto sphere, along with how they feel their respective projects are an essential part of industrial growth.
Furthermore, this, depending on how Netflix plans to execute everything, can give a sense of how each project will impact society as a whole in comparison to others. Moreover, this will serve as a vessel to understand the differences in relation to traditional ways of life.
According to Altcoin Buzz’s reporting, this new documentary will be a sequel to the Banking on Bitcoin documentary, where the focused more so on the use of the disruptive technology that not only impacts our way of life, but also society’s current financial system. This documentary also looked at the early pioneers of Bitcoin and how payments can be executed.
Whether this will exactly play out as a sequel is unclear, but the development of the story about crypto from the first to second documentary can be smooth given the next topic will be altcoins.
Token Post has also reported on this matter, to which the news outlet found out that Netflix isn’t the only one to expound on different leaders within the crypto space, but also Decipher Media. The latter supposedly has their respective list of key players they would like to showcase.
Said moves are a clear indication of mainstream adoption developing over time. What was once considered confusing and doubtful, is now being reached to different doors and people are becoming more open to the idea of listening and learning about crypto before shutting their doors altogether.