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Friend of Bitcoin Megan Duffield and her "Ask Megan" educational campaign about precious metals I LOVE THIS PIC! DO YOU?

14. 03. 27

Megan Duffield, currently residing in Denver, CO

 As a sound money advocate, you can find much Megan's work wrapped up in the world of liberty activism, precious metals and cryptocurrencies. She began learning about money and the banking systems of the world after discovering Ron Paul in the 2008 election. This spurred a new passion in her life: finding ways to transact and live in a peaceful manner.

She completed a film called Silver Circle which animated the story of the Federal Reserve and the importance of sound money like gold and silver and has worked for a handful of Bitcoin non-profits. She is now settled in as the marketing manager and "Ask Megan" host at Amagi Metals, a Bitcoin-friendly gold and silver dealer, while also working on a start-up of her very own. Feel free to send questions about precious metals and Bitcoin to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"Ask Megan"
Amagi’s latest addition to its educational campaign is a weekly Q&A with one of Amagi’s crew members, Megan Duffield. Each week Megan will field questions from Amagi’s customers and followers in hopes to increase awareness of precious metals investing. One question will be featured in a weekly video that will address the question on a greater scale. Subscribe to to check out our first edition of Ask Megan

Submit your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. anytime! You can literally ask anything about precious metals. If this is a new world for you, this is a great place to find information to have you well equipped for your upcoming purchases. Who knows maybe your question will be featured on our weekly video! Here’s the submission format:

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Name (first is fine!)




Questions will be answered on the Amagi Metal's Blog
Can’t wait to share our knowledge about precious metals with our customers, followers and anyone who is eager to learn!


Megan, I have a first guestion:

Given the fact, that nobody really knows who controls world's gold reserves (and who controls tungsten ingots instead) and who shapes gold supply and demand, is it so secure investment?

Barbara Messer, Sweden


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Why do you think more men are drawn to Bitcoin than women? Why is there a disconnect between females and Bitcoin?
That was the question I started to ask myself when I learned about bitcoin, why we are different than men in tech, why men still dominate STEM college majors and careers. Because this is the real issue. I think finally I found the answer- I assume it's not the matter of Bitcoin but information technology. Why there is such a great technological gap between men and women.... Stats are clear: 'women currently comprise 18% of computer science undergraduate majors'. In US. In EU, in IT sector work only 1.5% of women.

What are possible reasons? I did a small research.

Maybe we are just inherently stupid? Apparently not. It was proven by a lot of researches (even not ideologicaly motivated) that women are comparably intelligent to men. At least at an early stage of life. Later, men who are more often involved in activities requiring learning new things become a little more intelligent due to such training. However the difference is usually not more than 3%. This suggests, that despite lack of training and multiple factors potentialy negatively affecting women intellectual development, they are at least as intelligent as men.
The above gives us answer what is not responsible for handicapped position of women in more serious areas of human activity, but what is responsible?
I can pinpoint two factors.


People often disregard biological differencies as just a matter of appearance and physiology. In fact we are shaped through our entire life by experiences. These experiences are different between men and women. And not just because we cannot easily urinate standing and men do not menstruate :) . There are more subtle, but ultimately more important for intellectual formation differences. Just to show a few: women visual perception is focused on colors and general image, while men more precisely perceive details and movement (this is due to different hormones inhibiting formation of respective neurones); there are differences in three dimensional orientation based on visual perception; there is measurable difference in sound perception between both sexes. There are lot more such cognitive differences that made up and affect our experience.