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A Critique of the Bitcoin Stock-to-Flow Model

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While Bitcoin's S2F Model has come under some criticism, the best analysis of its flaws comes from perspective of Austrian Economics.

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Cryptocurrency as Money—Store of Value or Medium of Exchange?

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Standard neoclassical definitions of money call it a means of exchange and a store of value. But is this correct?

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On the Digital Future of Markets and Money

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Blog06/14/2022

Digitization will undoubtedly bring great improvements and new opportunities for peoples’ lives. But digitization also has a downside.

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From El Salvador to Africa, the Next Currency War Pits Populists against Bankers

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Blog05/05/2022

In the face of the coming hardship, central bankers and globalist institutions are going to demand more power to respond to the crisis they created. Bitcoin gives their political opponents a weapon against them.

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A Review of Nik Bhatia’s Layered Money: From Gold and Dollars to Bitcoin and Central Bank Digital Currencies

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Blog03/28/2022

Nik Bhatia presents a counterintuitive view of how money operates in our current banking system and takes a glimpse into our monetary future.

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Can the Lightning Network Lead to "Hyperbitcoinization"?

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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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Bitcoin's El Salvador Option

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If Bukele really wants monetary freedom for El Salvador, he should not have presented them with what, effectively, is a government handout for bitcoin hodlers and the companies behind the Strike app and other potential intermediaries.

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Central Banks Put Wind at Bitcoin's Back

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Blog12/10/2020

The central banks can be thanked for all bubbles, including those in cryptocurrencies.

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Sound Money Is Key to Defending Our Liberties

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Blog09/02/2020

Ludwig von Mises viewed sound money as a limit on government power and as "an instrument for the protection of civil liberties against despotic inroads on the part of governments. "

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The Government Wants Your Crypto Data. And Lots of It.

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Blog07/29/2020

Cryptocoins aren't entirely anonymous, and the state is hard at work gathering as much information as it can on all crypto users.

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