Open Source Money, a groundbreaking documentary series about the rise of Disney-incubated blockchain company, Dragonchain, and the global evolution of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, is set to premiere on Discovery Science Channel starting July 4, 2020.
The documentary series follows the untold, heroic story of Joe Roets, the founder of Dragonchain, a US-based blockchain technology company launched in 2017 that fueled public interest in cryptocurrency worldwide.
Also in the series we follow Joe and entrepreneurs around the United States who encounter major resistance from the US Government and SEC, as they attempt to advance the Blockchain technology and Cryptocurrency. Each episode highlights major contributors in the cryptocurrency revolution, including notable figures Patrick Byrne, Brock Pierce, Joe Roets, and companies the likes of Disney, Facebook and more.
Overall humanity is at a crossroads and the future of money as we know it will be transformed by Blockchain and the new internet of Value.
The only question is, where will the US stand in the Space Race of our generation when the dust settles?
Open Source Money is executive produced by Benjamin Gerry and J.D. Seraphine of Vision Tree Media.
Vision Tree strives to create maximum positive impact and a paradigm shift in the world through Media and Technology. The team at Vision Tree has a combined 65 years experience in the Entertainment Industry. Films worked on by the team include theatrical movies that have grossed over $1 billion at the box office and earned an Academy Award. Additionally, Vision Tree has partnered with some of the largest commercial brands in the world including Nike, Apple, ABC, Disney, CBS, TNT, A&E, The CW, NASA, CCTV China, SET India, DirecTV Latin America, SAT 1 Germany, and SKY UK.
Vision Tree is also in pre-production on the film Atari in partnership with Leonardo DiCaprio’s company, Appian Way. Atari: Fistful of Quarters is a biopic about Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and the unsung hero of the 1970’s digital revolution.