Why We Started HowToVanish And Who We Are
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How To Vanish is intended to help you keep personal and financial secrets using the best practices in compliance with law.
Without the ability to keep secrets, individuals lose the capacity to distinguish themselves from others, to maintain independent lives, to be complete and autonomous persons. This does not mean that a person actually has to keep secrets to be autonomous, just that she must possess the ability to do so. The ability to keep secrets implies the ability to disclose secrets selectively, and so the capacity for selective disclosure at one’s own discretion is important to individual autonomy as well.
Secrecy is a form of power. The ability to protect a secret, to preserve one’s privacy, is a form of power. The ability to penetrate secrets, to learn them, to use them, is also a form of power. Secrecy empowers, secrecy protects, secrecy hurts. The ability to learn a person’s secrets without his or her knowledge — to pierce a person’s privacy in secret — is a greater power still.
We want to help you exercise your unalienable right to secrecy, or in other words, to have you and your property left alone.
Trace Mayer has helped many people profit by demonstrating a significant documented foresight and prognostication ability in the money, currency and payment markets and developments. He has earned degrees in accounting and law and has studied the Austrian school of economics.
He has authored several books including The Great Credit Contraction, and How To Vanish The Book, operates two popular blogs RunToGold and HowToVanish, is a Gold Standard Contributor to the prestigious Seeking Alpha which is syndicated through Yahoo! Finance and MarketWatch, has appeared on BNN (Canada’s national financial network), ABC, FOX, NBC, many radio shows, spoken internationally at industry leading conferences like the Cambridge House Investment Conference and to many other groups.
Trace Mayer is an ardent defender and advocate of the freedom of speech and a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the San Diego County Bar Association.
He was among the first popular bloggers to publicly recommend Bitcoin in its infancy with a market cap under $2m and well before its massive rise to about $1.5B in March 2013. He has presented on Bitcoin, both objectively and persuasively, to a wide variety of audiences including members of the Federal Reserve, Bundesbank, major financial institutions, HNWIs, conferences and many others.
So if you use or like Bitcoin then there is a good chance it is because you or someone who influenced you (like Robert Wenzel of Economic Policy Journal, Chris Powell of GATA, Lew Rockwell, Anti-War.com, Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante, The Silver Vigilante, John Rubino of Dollar Collapse, Jason Burack of Wall Street For Main Street, BrotherJohnF, Michael of The Daily Paul, Max Keiser, James Turk of GoldMoney, Kerry Lutz of the Financial Survival Network and Daniel Ameduri of Future Money Trends) were, as a result of Trace’s work, all influenced early on and persuaded to use and accept bitcoins.
The BBC interview with Trace starts around 3:47.
Bill Rounds, J.D., a Riverside attorney, has helped many people protect their businesses or assets and has defended their freedom in the courtroom. He holds a degree in Accounting from the University of Utah and a law degree from California Western School of Law. He practices civil litigation, criminal defense, asset protection and privacy law. He is a strong advocate of personal and financial freedom.
We are both available to perform interviews with journalists, bloggers, radio hosts and other content producers. We are also available for speaking engagements.
So if you want to contact us about interviews, speaking, have questions or suggestions for an article or product or for any other reason then you can use this form to contact us or send us an encrypted email.
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