Bitcoin Is Digital Scarcity

This article was originally published by Gigi on We should treat computers as fancy telephones, whose purpose is to connect people. Information is alienated experience. Information is not something that exists. Indeed, computers don’t really exist, exactly; they’re only subject to human interpretation. This is a strong primary humanism I am promoting. As long […]

133 Amazing Quotes From “The Bitcoin Standard”

Saifedean Ammous The Fiat Standard

This article was originally published by Yorick de Mombynes on I selected these quotes from this amazing book by Saifedean AMMOUS. They offer only a glimpse of the richness of the book that is an absolute must read. 1. “Bitcoin can be best understood as distributed software that allows for transfer of value using a currency […]

The Ethics Of Mixing

Lady mixer

The ethics of mixing – a comprehensive essay on financial regulation and a defense of personal privacy “Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage’s whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.” – Ayn Rand (1). In ‘For […]

Avoid This Mistake When Selling Bitcoin Or Face Jail

police stop bitcoin

This article was originally published on Bitcoin Magazine In 2011, journalist and tech entrepreneur Mark Hopkins shared dinner with a longtime friend who offered to pay for his half of the meal by sending Hopkins some newly-minted bitcoin, which the friend had mined himself on his laptop. In a recent telephone interview with Bitcoin Magazine, […]

Can BRICS Stop The USD?

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This article was originally published by Austin Litman on BRICS stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The BRICS group has one purpose, to stop using the USD. These countries must use the USD to buy oil, or the USA will fuck them up. They have no alternative right now. But that’s completely changing. […]

Why 2023 Will Be Great For Bitcoin

Bitcoin Outlook

An interesting year is ending and an interesting year is ahead of us. Let’s take a look back, reflect, and perhaps place some bets on the future? Whether you enjoyed 2022 or not, you should’ve been entertained at least. As Bitcoiners, the political drama in the clown world bothers us little. We just see opportunity […]

How Did Rome Collapse?

Rome Collapse Inflation

This article was originally published by Austin Litman on Rome had lots of debt and like the US, they couldn’t pay it all. So they produced a higher quantity of coins but with less precious metal content in them. This is called debasing a currency. Rome continued to debase their coins while increasing their […]

What is a Dark Pool Trade?

Dark Pool Trade Bitcoin

This article was originally published by Austin Litman on Dark Pool trades are trades hidden from the public. Over half of all stock trades are made in dark pools, up from about 15% in 2010.  They came into use in 1980 and started as a way for large investors to sell lots of stock […]

Why The ‘Jacquerie Rebellion’ Scares French Bankers To Death

The Jacquerie Rebellion

This article was originally published by Austin Litman on During the 1300s, England and France did not get along. There were hundreds of years of war, and some called it “The Hundred Years War.” The elites were getting arrogant and did not view peasants as people anymore. Peasants were being forced to defend against […]

Startup City Map Launched: The New Citadel Explorer?

Startup Cities Map

The consulting firm Adrianople Group has published a global map of startup cities that makes finding innovative cities and regions easy. There has been extensive talk about “Startup Cities” – however these discussions lacked clear definitions, and in part due to the absence of definitions, lacked serious mapping efforts. In March 2021, Balaji Srinivasan asked […]