Analyzing Bitcoin’s Network Effect

Analyzing Bitcoin’s Network Effect

“A network effect is an attribute of a company or other system such that as more people use the network, the network becomes exponentially more valuable for each user. It’s one of the strongest economic moats that a system can have against competitors.”...
PART 2: The Inflation/Deflation Debate

PART 2: The Inflation/Deflation Debate

“deflation is the natural order of a productive economy. If we were using a hard money standard like gold, for example, we would expect products to get cheaper over time relative to the value of our golden money, thanks to technological and productivity...
PART 2: The Inflation/Deflation Debate

QE, MMT, Inflation & Deflation – Part 1

“Quantitative easing (QE) occurs when central banks, such as the U.S. Federal Reserve, create new money to buy government bonds or other securities. Some people fear that it will cause high inflation or even hyper-inflation and that it is essentially...
An Economic Analysis of Ethereum

An Economic Analysis of Ethereum

“The annual issuance rate with all those annotations kind of looks like it was drawn by a Bitcoiner making fun of Ethereum, but instead that’s from an Ethereum source. Various Ethereum Improvement Proposals or “EIPs” by developers have changed its monetary policy over...
Why Bitcoin Is Not a Ponzi Scheme

Why Bitcoin Is Not a Ponzi Scheme

“From the begin­ning, Bitcoin has remained an open source and fully trans­parent project, and has the most organic growth trajec­tory of the industry. Given avail­able infor­ma­tion, the market has priced it as it sees fit, out in the open.” – Lyn Alden Bitcoin...