The Information Theory of Money

The Information Theory of Money

“Prices are the coordinating force of a free market system. Each individual decision-maker can rely on the prices of goods and services to help with their decision making, as the prices themselves are a distillation of all known market information into a single...
Bitcoin is Not Backed by Nothing

Bitcoin is Not Backed by Nothing

“To provide broader context, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and the European Central bank have collectively created $10 trillion dollars-worth of new money since the financial crisis, the equivalent of approximately $500,000 per bitcoin. Despite dollars,...
Reboot – The Three Economic Eras of Bitcoin

Reboot – The Three Economic Eras of Bitcoin

 A most profound aspect of Bitcoin is that we know, with certainty, what the monetary policy will be no matter how far we look into the future. If we choose to secure sound money for the world, then we have to establish the important markets, build the tools and...
Keynesian Errors on Time and Demand

Keynesian Errors on Time and Demand

What if there was a single, fundamental flaw in Keynesian economic theory that could shed light on the major imbalances and debts that have resulted from our monetary system? Does “spending” and consumption of resources truly make us wealthier? Ben Kaufman...
Deflation & Liberty – Part 1

Deflation & Liberty – Part 1

When we think about the unmatched scarcity of Bitcoin as a monetary good (particularly after looking at @100trillionUSD’s stock-to-flow model), it inevitably leads to an important question.  If Bitcoin’s supply is expected to be endlessly...