TOS-Con Speaker Spotlight: Wolf Von Laer

by | Feb 16, 2022 |

Bitcoin is one of the most talked-about and controversial topics in the liberty movement today. Is it money? Is it good money? Can it help wrest control of money from the hands of government? Or is Bitcoin a fad, a Ponzi scheme, and a diversion from the genuine reforms that we must embrace if we are to establish and maintain freedom?

In his TOS-Con presentation, “Bitcoin as a Freeway to Freedom,” Wolf von Laer, CEO of Students For Liberty, will explain the fundamentals of Bitcoin, how it differs from other crypto-projects, and why he sees Bitcoin as a vital tool in the fight for free markets and limited government.

Come join the conversation on this important topic. Bring your hard questions. Bring your own clarifications. You’ll learn. You’ll grow. You’ll level up.

TOS-Con 2022 will be held in Denver, June 22–25. And the program is like nothing you’ve ever seen. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage with Wolf, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Adam Carolla, Yeonmi Park, Peter Boghossian, Greg McKeown, Zilvinas Silenas, and many more illuminating thinkers.

If you register today, you will save 20 to 50% with OSI’s early-bird pricing. This steep discount ends on February 28, so the time to act is now.

Join us in Denver for the most life-enhancing conference of the year!

P.S. Scholarships are available for young adults aged 18–29. Details here.

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