Issue #559: Financial planning in the ancient world
History is fascinating, freaks. There are many lessons and warnings that have been passed down through the ages. What's most eye-opening about the messages above is how they show that finance in the ancient world revolved around hard assets like livestock and silver.
Issue #534: A thorough history of money
I am at somewhat of a loss for something to write about this morning, so I figured I'd share this documentary recommended by our friend Beautyon [https://twitter.com/Beautyon_/status/1153924664370061313?s=20], The Money Masters, with you freaks. A three-and-a-half-hour Epic from
Issue #480: Bitcoin creates efficiencies everywhere
Until the emergence of Bitcoin, we humans were forced to choose goods that exist in meat space to store our wealth over time. Over thousands of years, a few hard commodities and assets have attained dominance in our minds as quality stores of value.
Issue #400: I'm going to do it...
Let me be clear, I have no problem with individuals in a free market collaborating to bring something to the market. I do not think there was anything unethical about the launch, in fact, it is fairer than all of the launches one witnesses in this wasteland of a "space".
Issue #344: Bitcoin's monetary path
Better to under promise and over deliver than promise everyone everything out of the box right now only to have them become completely dismayed when Bitcoin's technical + liquidity issues prevent those use cases from being viable at this point in time.
Issue #318: Murray Rothbard saw it coming
Bitcoin Core contributor and friend of the Ƀent, Jame O'Beirne, shared the above snippets from Murray Rothbard's writings about holding banks accountable and the dangers of runaway inflation and I thought I would share them here with you freaks today.
Issue #314: The BIS, some fuccbois
> 1/ There's a lot of opinions about what we are fighting against with Bitcoin. Warren Buffet famously called Bitcoin "rat poison", so let's dissect the rat. Safe to say it's not retail banking, rather we are questioning the legitimacy of a far more powerful