Cypherpunks, Galt’s Gulch, and Bitcoin


In the 1990s and early 2000s, the Cypherpunks, a group of cryptographers, mathematicians, computer scientists and activists, many of whom had libertarian (or libertarian-esque) influences, worked to bring about a better world by peaceful means through mathematics and computer code.

The Tragedy of Fiat Money


Over the course of the last 18 years, the European Central Bank (ECB) printed new currency, multiplying money supply by more than 5 times, bringing it to 1308 billion. Here we discuss whether or not the central bank’s actions could be considered a robbery.