Doug Scribner: Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Watch My Bit

Doug in Hammock In Front Of House

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Doug Scribner. Herein we discussed his path to Voluntaryism, Atlas Shrugged, South Park, Doug’s South Park Ad, Jesse Ventura, Freedom Toons, George Ought To Help, short attention spans, Free Talk Live, Bitcoin, Chase using Blockchain technology, Porcfest, Watch My Bit, Roger Ver, Erik Voorhees, Charlie Shrem, Mark Edge, a demonstration, Bitcoin education, arguments against Bitcoin, teaching kids about money, reverse Gresham’s law, Porcfest, Bitcoin Girl, Anarchapulco 2017, Bitcoin Moses, children respond to incentives, economics and chores and more!


“The smallest minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.” Ayn Rand, philosopher, novelist


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Ian Freeman: Host/Founder of Free Talk Live on the Liberty Radio Network

Jeffrey Tucker: Voluntaryist, Bitcoin advocate, and Founder of

Samuel Kovac: Bitcoin Specialist/Lecturer And Citizen Of Former Communist Czechoslovakia

Catherine Bleish: Peaceful Parent, Unschooler and Co-Partner of Brave New Books

Bitcoin: Revolution or Evolution?


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Watch My Bit

Anarchast Ep.288 Doug Scribner: WatchMyBit, Disrupting the Streaming Video Market

How WatchMyBit Works

How WatchMyBit Helps Artists Make Money

3 Reasons All Kids Should Be Forced To Watch South Park

Doug’s South Park Ad

Freedom Toons

George Ought To Help

Free Talk Live


Charlie Shrem

Erik Voorhees

Roger Ver

Mark Edge

The Tuttle Twins and the Creature From Jekyll Island

Bitcoin Girl music video

Anarchapulco 2017


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Doug Scribner: Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Watch My Bit – Steemit

Finding Your Tribe Of Confidantes



It is not about how many friends you have. It is about the meaning and depth of those friendships. A small handful of genuinely caring friends who would come to your aid in your time of need is more valuable than the most precious rubies and gems. No man is an island unto himself. We humans are social creatures. We strive for connection and companionship above all else. What better way to express this brotherly love than to trade with our fellow men and women?


We thrive on improving each other’s lives through specialization and the division of labor. The Free Market is the fullest expression of love for our fellow brethren. When you love your neighbor you do not seek to rob him through taxation, strangle his business through onerous regulations, or encumber his freedom through a myriad of burdening arbitrary man made laws. Desiring absolute freedom for oneself must necessarily entail desiring absolute freedom for one’s neighbor. Moral reciprocity and a deep respect for the life of another is the foundation of virtue and integrity. I hope you all find your tribe of deeply caring confidantes. It makes this dance of life all the more pleasurable.



When goods do not cross borders, soldiers will.

Frédéric Bastiat, French economist and scholar

Black Friday Is The Crowning Achievement Of Capitalism


Many people enjoy looking down upon other people who choose to partake in the Black Friday sales. This is a tragic reflection of supercilious conceit that some who earn more currency have for those who earn less. It is an unnecessary and thoroughly harmful abhorrence of those who seek to enrich their lives through purchasing goods and services in an attempt to improve their lives. Regardless of one’s income level, we all seek to improve our lives through the patronizing of businesses of our choosing. That people of all different earning ranges can advance the quality of their lives in this manner is the wonder that the market economy brings to humanity.


While it may be true that some of this repugnance may stem from the fact that many of those people are on State subsidized welfare programs, this is a thoroughly separate issue as the presence of violently redistributed stolen State funds fundamentally distorts market signals. The fact that entrepreneurs and business owners can be so efficient with their business as to provide such steep discounts is testament to the daily miracles that the market economy showers upon its consumers.


If you truly feel pity for those who earn less, do not display this so shamefully with your condemnation of days during which they can partake in the cornucopia of the market economy. Instead devote your energies to helping them further improve their lot by educating them, donating to them, or by opening a business yourself. Add to the accumulated wealth of the world. It is easy criticize and destroy. It is far more difficult to create and innovate. Pay your respects to the magnificent wealth you have inherited from your forefathers. It was amassed through great toil and industry.

Anarchism and Voluntaryism Are Moral Stances


Teens are often accused of being rebellious for no particular reason, rebels without a cause if you will. They resist authority for the sake of resisting authority. Many of them would enthusiastically embrace the term Anarchist for the revolutionary connotation associated with it, not understanding any of its philosophy whatsoever. Perhaps this is how many Anarchists begin their journey but it often does not end when one reaches adulthood.

Once this initial angry phase has passed what remains is a calm and peaceful demeanor of steadfast individuality based firmly in principles. The philosophic understanding of Anarchy and Voluntaryism is much more important as it demonstrates that Anarchists are not simply a bunch of edgy teenagers who resist all rules and seek to destroy property, rather they endeavor to live as consistent as possible with the principles and morality they espouse.

When children are raised with a clear moral compass and conscience they will not seek to be led by political predators nor will they look to State mandates as a measure of right and wrong. Such children will not recognize anyone to have rights they do not possess. They will not believe that morality can be twisted or perverted by religious rituals known as elections, voting, and legislation. Indeed they will grow to create a world wherein every person is morally responsible for every action that is taken. Complete accountability will be ubiquitous and natural. This is a world a look forward to with hope and anticipation. I will do everything in my power to bring it about through education and the spreading of powerful and peaceful ideas. Vacate the State!


A libertarian is someone who believes in the non-aggression principle. An anarchist is someone who understands it. An agorist is someone who practices it.

Mike Zentz

Halloween Is The Meritocratic Free Market


Halloween is the epitome of the meritocratic competitive Free Market. The person who displays the most creative and intricate costume is rewarded with praise and good graces. It encourages innovation and hard work. Healthy competition always produces top quality products. A respect for the unwritten rules of the market is universal. Violence or threats of violence are shunned and spurned. Candy is the currency paid for productive work that others value.


Good ideas do not require force. If your ideas require force than your ideas are worthless. The violence of the State is sought after by those who are inadequate or incapable to legitimately compete in the Free Market of ideas. The power of their words cannot survive based on intrinsic value and voluntary interaction alone. These are the ideas that must be vigorously resisted and demonstrated to be false. Let them loose in the arena of conversation and we will see how they fare. The truth need not be protected. Let it free and it will take care of itself.