7 Misconceptions About Bitcoin

7 Misconceptions About Bitcoin

“Bitcoin is more easily verifiable than gold, in terms of being a reserve asset and being used as collateral. It’s more frictionless to transfer than gold, and has a hard-capped supply. And I like gold too; I’ve been long it since 2018, and still am.”...
Guy’s Take #36 – Walking Tall

Guy’s Take #36 – Walking Tall

What does having savings, & the incentives reestablished by sound money, do to a person’s *character?* How does it change who we are when we have something that we know is ours, and frees us of dependence on another human being?  With a short read of a Bank...
The Hard Forks that Didn’t Dilute Bitcoin

The Hard Forks that Didn’t Dilute Bitcoin

“If any of these forks had meaningfully gained ground relative to Bitcoin, the critics would have had a point. What’s the point of a monetary network which is undergoing a constant state of fragmentation?” – Nic Carter Another great article from Nic...
Don’t Fear the Reaper

Don’t Fear the Reaper

“Bitcoin’s supply schedule cannot change, because Bitcoin is the supply schedule. Any alteration produces something that is decidedly non-Bitcoin.” – Nic Carter Nic does it again with a great piece on the potential future where inflation is needed to...
Discovering Bitcoin Part 7 – Missing Pieces

Discovering Bitcoin Part 7 – Missing Pieces

“As we conclude our “Discovering Bitcoin” series, we will build on the use of digital signatures and of the CoinJoin paradigm to explore concepts of unique chronology, mining fees and off-chain transactions.” – Giacomo Zucco The conclusion of the...
Bitcoin is One for All – Part 2

Bitcoin is One for All – Part 2

“The same is not true of the current monetary system. In the current structure, dollars can either be earned by delivering value to others within the economy, or conversely, if the Fed decides to hand out more money. And this happens quite frequently. Of all the...