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Ralph Fucetola

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Ralph Fucetola, JD, is a retired lawyer (1971–2006), teacher, and writer who offers legal consulting services to the natural-products-and-services market through his website, He graduated Rutgers University in 1967, B.A. with Distinction, and from Rutgers Law School in 1971. Counsel Fucetola is a trustee of several religious bodies and foundations, including the Natural Solutions Foundation and LifeSpirit Center.

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Bitcoin and the Denationalization of Money

Money and Banks


In his new book The Bitcoin Standard, Saifedean Ammous displays a fine understanding of money, and also a good grasp of how currencies like Bitcoin could revolutionize the government-dominated banking sector.

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It's No Bitcoin: Facebook's Libra Currency Is Tied to Government Currencies

Money and Banks


Libra's value is based on a basket of goods tied to government fiat currencies. Needless to say, Zuckerberg is no Hayek. And the Libra is no Bitcoin.

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My Summer Reading: Hyper-Inflation in Weimar Germany

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyInterventionismMonetary Theory

09/02/2009Mises Daily Articles
The consequences of pumping out many trillions of marks (or even just the few trillions of dollars now being created by the Federal Reserve) are simply catastrophic. And such policies lead, as Professors Mises and Rothbard taught us, to collapse, war, destruction, starvation, and death.
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