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Silk Road Book and Bitcoin Doco launch

ALL WELCOME

Thursday 11 December 6.30 pm

Come and enjoy complimentary nibbles (drinks at bar prices) at one of St Kilda’s coolest secret venues for the launch of “Silk Road” by Eileen Ormsby and screening of acclaimed documentary #TheBitcoinDoco by Dale Dickins.

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Be at The George Lane bar, 1 George Lane (enter from Grey Street near corner Fitzroy Street) St Kilda

Thursday 11 December 6.30 pm

You’re welcome if you’d like to:

– see a screening of one section of TheBitcoinDoco (10 mins) and chat with Dale (and maybe Chris) for a 20 mins of Q&A
– hear an EXCLUSIVE never-before-told behind-the-scenes story of Silk Road – and it’s a doozy!
– chat with Eileen in a Q&A session about Silk Road and her doozy story.
– listen in as a mystery speaker talks about online privacy.

And of course, there will be books for sale, book signings (BYO or buy on the night), cool tunes and partying.

ALSO: a Bitcoin machine on site with plenty of people to answer your questions and get you started in Bitcoin and cryptocurrency if you want.

More about Eileen and Silk Road: www.allthingsvice.com
More about The Bitcoin Doco: www.thebitcoindoco.com

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