The network effects that tie society together through its community, language, and money are both incredibly powerful, and very difficult to measure. We continue with Robert Breedlove’s broad piece covering all of the core...Read More
“Money is an intersubjective problem, and a choice to opt into one monetary medium is an explicit opt out of the other, which in turn causes one network to gain value (and utility) at the direct expense of another.” – Parker LewisRead More
“The precursors of money, along with language, enabled early modern humans to solve problems of cooperation that other animals cannot – including problems of reciprocal altruism, kin altruism, and the mitigation of aggression. These precursors shared with non-fiat currencies very specific characteristics – they were not merely symbolic or decorative objects.” – Nick Szabo
Listen to a walk through the Bitcoin perspective and the rich history that enlightens the story for Bitcoin’s immense monetary potential. Reading the unabridged audiobook of Money, Bitcoin & Time, written by Robert Breedlove.Read More
Today, Nik Bhatia takes us through a compressed history of the Dollar, US Treasuries, and how we found ourselves in the current global financial mess. What are the safe-haven assets of the future, what will happen to the demand during these uncertain times, & what will be Bitcoin’s role?Read More
Closing the week with the incredible conclusion of Knut Svanholm’s work! Don’t forget to thank him for making this available to us and everyone for free, so we can all discover Bitcoin together.
• A new form of life
• Is the blockchain the body of the organism?
• The necessity of privacy
• Why you should learn to surf
• The long road ahead!
Chapters 8 through 11 continuing our unabridged audio of Knut Svanholm’s excellent book on the Bitcoin phenomenon titled, “Sovereignty Through Mathematics”
• Anyone can change Bitcoin’s rules, but know one has been able to change Bitcoin
• Bitcoin is the underlying invention behind blockchain, not vice versa
• Money amplifies who we are
• Is Bitcoin an environmental disaster, or its remedy?
Another awesome read as we continue through Knut Svanholm’s excellent book, “Sovereignty Through Mathematics.” Part 3 goes into so many fascinating concepts on the nature of proof of work, and the zero-to-one invention of absolute digital scarcity.
• Proof of Work in nature
• Unforgeable Costliness
• Absolute scarcity
• Bitcoin’s & marshmallows