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Juraj Bednar: Using Bitcoin Is like a Filter for People with an Open Mind

Juraj Bednar: Using Bitcoin Is like a Filter for People with an Open Mind

Update: 2019-10-26
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Juraj Bednar is an entrepreneur, hacker and co-founder of Paralelná Polis Bratislava and Prague’s Paralelní Polis. It hosts a hackerspace called Institute of Cryptoanarchy and a cafeteria with best coffee in Prague and accepting only cryptocurrencies. His favourite cryptocurrency is bitcoin, he also uses monero as a medium of exchange. In his talk “Financial surveillance and crypto utopias” at the #HCPP19 Hackers Congress Juraj presented his research on how banks are enforcing KYC, anti-money laundering regulations while at the same time do not care about it, if they want you as a customer. He also shows us hacks to regain financial privacy with cryptocurrency.


We talk about:



  • Opposing totalitarian regime and communism

  • Concept of Paraleni Polis

  • How to survive in a society that is not free and the development of parallel society

  • KYC, anti-money laundering, tax evasion

  • Banks are over-regulating, but they do not need to, if they want you as a customer

  • Need to have a bank account

  • Security theatre

  • Hacks for better financial privacy

  • Why bitcoin is his favourite cryptocurrency


“Don’t feed the beast with your data.” – Juraj Bednar


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Juraj Bednar: Using Bitcoin Is like a Filter for People with an Open Mind

Juraj Bednar: Using Bitcoin Is like a Filter for People with an Open Mind

Anita Posch