A society built on endless war is only possible given the power to print endless money to finance it.
Fish are the last to discover water — and economists simply cannot see past the Keynesian theory that creates the problems they intend to solve.
Franklin Noll, an academic and monetary historian, has asserted that crypto can be both a security and a currency. Pointing to the history of U.S. money, Noll argues that being both a currency and a security is, in fact, not contradictory. The ‘Infamous’ Continental Dollar Coins Franklin Noll, a U.S.-based monetary historian, has asserted that […]
Centrally managed currencies are similar to Ponzi schemes, and require increasingly dystopian measures to stay afloat.
Instead, a Bitcoin standard would incentivize efficient capital allocation, economic cooperation and more free trade.
A thought experiment on the value of bitcoin if the Federal Reserve began stacking when bitcoin was created.
“Weimar signs” that the fiat money system is entering hyperinflationary territory keep appearing, making the case for bitcoin.
The more things change the more they stay the same; our modern inflationary currencies are beginning to mirror that of Weimar.
John Law, a darling of the French king, wrote the blueprint for central banks, demonstrating the fiat flaws that Bitcoin solves as he did.