Jun 102014
 
Gary Franchi interviews M.K. Lords on Bitcoin in the Beltway

With Bitcoin in the Beltway promising to bring some radicals into the heart of D.C., it has drawn the attention of some media outlets. Gary Franchi of the Next News Network sat down with M.K. Lords to discuss the revolutionary technology of Bitcoin and the upcoming conference. Gary asked some great questions in the interview which you can view below. Original content by Meghan, copyleft, tips welcome

May 292014
 
Bitcoin in the Beltway Conference to Make Waves in Washington D.C.

May 2014 Contact: M.K. Lords Email: mksilent.h@gmail.com Website: bitcoinnotbombs.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bitcoin in the Beltway Conference to Make Waves in Washington D.C. (Washington, D.C.) This year has seen a rise in the amount of Bitcoin conferences, but one in particular is priding itself on featuring the most radical movers and shakers in the Bitcoin community while also putting charity center stage. Boasting such rebels as Defense Distributed’s Cody Wilson, Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, Antiwar.com’s […]

May 132014
 
M.K. Lords interviews Mike Kimberl of Sean's Outpost

In this interview, Mike Kimberl and I discuss decentralized solutions to problems like natural disasters. Pensacola suffered massive flooding when a storm hit unexpectedly two weeks ago with roads washing out, several homeless camps flooding, and even the county jail exploding from an unrelated gas leak. It was a truly tragic situation, but Sean’s Outpost was on the scene immediately helping people while FEMA took a week to declare it an emergency area and respond […]

Apr 232014
 
Citations Against Sean's Outpost Dismissed But the Struggle Continues

When you fight for something your local government is trying to hide, you’re going to make some enemies. Sean’s Outpost purchased the property known as Satoshi Forest with the expectation that they would receive some backlash from not only the City of Pensacola and Escambia County, but also from residents in the Mayfair community where it is situated. The plans for Satoshi Forest were simple but controversial; turn the property into a campground where the […]

Mar 212014
 
Most Recent Inspection Proves Sean's Outpost NOT In Violation of Codes

This week has been an interesting one for Sean’s Outpost. We celebrated our one year anniversary while at the same time learning that the Escambia Board of County Commissioners voted to petition for an injunction against Satoshi Forest that would force us to remove tents and other structures. The injunction was approved, but they will wait until the meeting with the magistrate on Tuesday before they issue it. Basically, the county wants to force homeless […]