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Peter St. Onge

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Peter St. Onge is a Mises Institute Associated Scholar and an Economic Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation.  St. Onge received his PhD from George Mason University and was a 2014 Mises Institute Research Fellow. For more content from Dr. St. Onge, subscribe to his newsletter where he writes about Austrian economics and cryptocurrency

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Will Inflation Turn into Stagflation?

The FedInflationMonetary Policy

Blog02/21/2022

The Fed is, effectively, a car driving at night, very fast, with no headlights. That is a real threat, probably to an unprecedented degree.

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Can the Lightning Network Lead to "Hyperbitcoinization"?

BitcoinMoney and Banking

Blog07/02/2021

Just as the internet needed web browsers before it could really change the world, Bitcoin needed user-friendly interfaces to grow beyond money and towards being the base layer—the “rails”—for decentralized services built on Bitcoin alone.

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El Salvador Blazes the Path to Bitcoinization

Money and Banking

06/29/2021Mises Media
An unbanked population, an economy dependent on remittances, and dollarization. These combine to make El Salvador a perfect case study for bitcoinization.
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What Canada Can Teach Us about Medical Freedom

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

06/28/2021Mises Media
Government-sector healthcare in Canada is aging, lower-quality, and generally behind the times. The country's lack of healthcare capacity was made far more obvious by the covid-19 crisis.
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El Salvador Blazes the Path to Bitcoinization

06/07/2021Power & Market

An unbanked population, an economy dependent on remittances, and dollarization. These combine to make El Salvador a perfect case study for bitcoinization.

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