Cryptoeconomics applies rational economic principles to Bitcoin, demonstrating flaws and unnecessary complexities in them, and in common understandings of Bitcoin. | Eric Voskuil
In his part, I explore the paradox between Mises’s regression theorem and proto-money.
Inflation is described as the gradual increase in prices and decline in purchasing power of money over time.
In this article we try to break down the differences between the fiscal models that could compete against Bitcoin due to its monetary design in the medium term. Systems Falln’t derives from the Bitcoin and Macro article and opens the first doubts about Hegel’s Master and Slave dialectic.
While many Austrian economists disagree on various topics regarding the origin of money, the most notable and agreed-upon theory on the origin of money is Menger’s theory of salability.
Bitcoin bear markets can be brutal - and depressing. Instead of enthusiasm, pessimism prevails, and Bitcoin is considered dead for the 500th time. But don’t worry: We’ve been there. Here are five tips on how to not only survive but also thrive in a Bitcoin bear market.
Bitcoin destroys the state, here the explanation from a macroeconomic point of view.