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Meet Crimson Aussie Libertarienne: Naomi Brockwell, aka The BitCoinGirl! Plus, Crypto-Currency Films!

Bitcoin Girl Music Video (Official)

Moving Picture Institute
Published on Jul 14, 2014

Can Wall Street Guy win Bitcoin Girl's heart?

A Moving Picture Institute production. Approximately 4 minutes. Click "show more" for lyrics. For more, subscribe to this page & visit http://www.movingpictureinstitute.org & http://bitcoingirl.org.

Subscribe to MPI's YouTube channel for the latest videos and follow MPI on Twitter @thempi and BitcoinGirl (Naomi Brockwell) on Twitter @SkyCorridors and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSuH...

Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh oh oh

Bitcoin Girl!

She's been living in her Bitcoin world.
I bet she's never had a Wall Street guy.
She kissed the Federal Reserve goodbye -
for digital dimes.

Bitcoin Girl!
She's been living in her Bitcoin world.
where all her currency is peer-to-peer.
No regulations that can interfere --
unlike my tears.

And when she wakes up
she shakes up her "mine."
Because she knows what she wants:
it's finite supply.

That's when I realized
it is all decentralized!

She's a Bitcoin girl!
You know I've seen her in her Bitcoin world.
She's so over paper money,
which has no value intrinsically.
No stability.


She's the Bitcoin Girl.
She's been living in her Bitcoin world.
Like her transactions I'm anonymous.
Look at her reading the Economist's

Digital wallet in her pocket,
it's strange
that when I'm walking
I'm rattling with loose change.

But there's hope for me yet,
after all,
I've got Internet!

She's a Bitcoin girl.
She doesn't care that I can buy her pearls.
But maybe someday when my public key
creates a brand-new cryptocurrency
she'll pick me.


She's the Bitcoin Girl,
the Bitcoin Girl --
You know I'm in love with
the Bitcoin Girl.


Naomi Brockwell's personal YouTube.

Naomi Brockwell: The Bitcoin Revolution Comes to FreedomFest

Jeffrey Tucker's Liberty.ME
Published on Jul 16, 2014

Kyle Platt bumps into THE Bitcoin Girl at FreedomFest 2014, and they discuss, what else? Bitcoin! As well as other exciting projects in which Ms. Brockwell is currently involved.



Also featured in the upcoming Bitcoin film:

Trailer: Bitcoin The End of Money As We Know It

Torsten Hoffmann
Published on May 12, 2014

CryptoCurrency Films – Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It

Calvin Tran

Films are coming out left and right about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. I’m here to help you sift through them. Welcome to CryptoCurrency Films.

‘Bitcoin: The End of Money As We Know It’ is set to be a must-see for all and any Bitcoin curious, enthusiasts… and skeptics. For starters, this isn’t just a documentary about Bitcoin and how great it is with its technological advances. Instead, it is focusing on the idea of cryptocurrency, the concept and history of money. As Bitcoin poses questions to the traditional system of money and finance, so does this film aim to pick apart the current financial system, the perils of centralized monetary authority, hyperinflation and debt crises.

Director and producer Torsten Hoffman explains:

“It is nice to see that all of the current Bitcoin film projects cover slightly different angles of the story: The local community, Bitcoin users, Startups and developers, Altcoins, Bitcoins in Africa, etc.… these are all important.

Our approach is to start with the fundamental concept of money and explain Bitcoin to someone who has never heard of it before. Our mission is to get the audience questioning paper money and curious about Bitcoin.

Hopefully our film will be the one that you will recommend to your parents or non-tech friends in order for them to ‘get it’. So in a way you could say that our documentary is not for members of the Bitcoin community, but rather for their friends who don’t yet understand the topic.”

By putting Bitcoin into the economic and philosophical context of today, this film won’t be a ‘geek-centered’ film with all the complicated terminology and confusing concepts of computers, a common critique of ‘The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin,’ which premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Instead, this is meant to include the public at large. Education and outreach is the goal and the best way may be to pose Bitcoin as not only a technological advancement, but by presenting it as a philosophical question about the legitimacy of central establishments around the world. In a time when trust in institutions both private and public are at a historic low, this is a fundamental question for the future.


Who Is Bitcoin Girl?: A Conversation with Naomi Brockwell
by Joseph S. Diedrich on May 13, 2014 0

Bitcoin is more than a currency and more than a protocol. It’s an idea. In order to spread, ideas need a communicator. They need a representative. In short, they need a face.

Bitcoin has found that face in Bitcoin Girl, the always-effervescent Naomi Brockwell. Born and raised in Australia, Brockwell leverages her intrigue and charm to craft educational, informative videos about all things crypto-currency. Degrees in acting, classical music, and musical theatre, combined with a lifelong passion for economics, have prepared her to take on the role as an unofficial spokesperson for a revolutionary technology.

In addition to Bitcoin Girl, Brockwell is a policy associate at the New York Bitcoin Center, a member of the advisory council of the Mannkal Economic Education Foundation, a program officer at the Moving Picture Institute, and CEO & founder of Rainsworth Productions. Her feature film Subconscious is currently in post-production.


Red Scare: An Interview with Naomi Brockwell
JUNE 25, 2014 by THE FREEMAN

Naomi Brockwell, also known as Bitcoin Girl, is an actor, producer, journalist, and program officer at the Moving Picture Institute. She’s one among a number of rising personalities in the liberty community who are breaking the mold and setting a new tone. Brockwell is also an opera singer, Reason TV correspondent, policy associate at the NYC Bitcoin Center, and on the advisory council for the Mannkal Foundation for economic education.

We don’t have the space to list her talents and accomplishments. But we can say she is FEE seminar faculty and will be speaking again at Freedom Fest this year for the second year in a row. We got to sit down with Brockwell for a brief spell among her thousand projects.


Biography @ BitCoinGirl.org

Bitcoingirl.org is hosted by Naomi Brockwell, and is a collection of videos to help educate people about Bitcoin, as well as keeping them up to date with what’s going on in the Bitcoin world.

Naomi Brockwell is an actress, film producer, and opera singer based in New York City. Originally from Western Australia, she is the Policy Associate at the New York Bitcoin Centre, on the Advisory Council at the Mannkal Economic Education Foundation, Program Officer at the Moving Picture Institute, Contributor for Reason TV, CEO and founder of Rainsworth Productions, Media Liaison Officer for the Principality of Hutt River, and Correspondent for JagTV. Naomi has a BA in acting, BA in classical music, minor in business, advanced diploma in musical theatre, and a Certificate I in musical theatre. She hosts a monthly Austrian Economics reading group in NYC with Gene Epstein (economics editor at Barron’s), and is the creator and host of Bitcoingirl.org.

Biography @ NaomiBrockwell.com

Actress - Opera Singer - Casting Director - Film Producer -

Director - CEO & Founder of Rainsworth Productions - PHR Media Liaison Officer

Naomi Brockwell is an opera singer, film maker, and actress, originally from Western Australia. She studied Commerce at the University of Western Australia, and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Acting with a Minor in Business from Curtin University. She trained at the WA Academy of Dance and Drama for an Advanced Diploma in Musical Theatre, completed the Musical Theatre program at the WA Academy of Performing Arts, and studied Classical Music at the WA Academy of Performing Arts, majoring in Opera Studies. She is currently continuing her Opera training in New York City where she is working under the direction of world-acclaimed Sopranos and voice specialists, Ruth Falcon and Beth Roberts.

CEO and founder of Rainsworth Productions, Naomi works with her company on an extensive portfolio of feature films, short films, documentaries, webseries, as well as casting for other production companies and facilitating external projects.

In 2012 Naomi was Co-Executive Producer and Casting Producer on the feature film Audition. She directed, produced, and starred in the short film Let Live, Let Love, Let Go, and produced and co-starred in the short film Yes, Happy with award winning director/writer Jeffrey Jay Fowler and award winning film-maker Francisco Aliwalas.

She is part of the fellowship program at the Moving Picture Institute, where she has received a preliminary grant for her next feature film, Skirting Authority.

Naomi had her off-Broadway debut last year in the musical Man With A Load Of Mischief, playing the role of “Louise” under the direction of Jen Thompson and musical direction of Bryan L. Wade, working alongside Broadway stars PJ Benjamin, Stephen Buntrock, Rachel DeBenedet, Nancy Johnston, and Robert Petkoff. This year she debuted with the New York Lyric Opera in Suor Angelica.

Naomi is fluent in English, French, German, and Italian, and speaks conversational Russian. She plays piano, guitar, drums, percussion, recorder, and ukulele, and has performed in orchestras, jazz bands, concert bands, and acoustically throughout Australia. She is a state gold medal-winning Irish Dancer, and is highly trained in many other forms of dance.

Naomi is a proud member of the Golden Key International Honour Society for Academic Excellence.

Naomi is the Media Liaison Officer of the Principality of Hutt River, appointed by Royal Commission.

Email: Admin@NaomiBrockwell.com | Casting@NaomiBrockwell.com


Slated: http://www.slated.com/people/790/

Company Website: www.RainsworthProductions.com

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Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

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lol updated?!?!

Thanks for updating, but I had just finished reading and upvoting the original post.

Good post so far, now I'll go read the rest of the updates.

Interesting though. I was unaware of Naomi Brockwell aka the bitcoin girl.

I don't use bitcoin, but I follow it pretty closely, it is an interesting topic to me.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss

xD ach, it's an old habit, when I used to post a LOT more,

it just a personal method to notify myself that I had edited/rearranged/reformatted something on my threads, 'cause there were/are no way to track the specifics of the changes made: the "updated" notification simply works as an index point, for me to recall changes for my own organizational sakes.

in case, I look back, and can't recall and drive myself crazy, like "hey, that's not where I wrote that! what the..." either that, or suppose I can always 'blame' Mayor Ny or Jon for changing headlines and format, if I can't recall one among thousands of posts.


Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul