A lot of businesses are huge. Citibank has 210,000 employees and IBM has 30,000. These are enormous organizations, historically speaking. Large organiz…
Saifedean Ammous just published a followup to his popular book on Bitcoin: The Fiat Standard. Having read the book, this is my attempt at giving you an…
Jameson Lopp wrote an article in Forbes about the different security threats to holding Bitcoin. By his reckoning, the biggest threats are accidental l…
I recently was discussing masks with some friends of mine. We were discussing how certain businesses required them and how that seemed irrational. Vacc…
Raoul Pal made some news because of a comment on his channel, Real Vision, where he explained to the interviewer that he sold Bitcoin because the peopl…
There was an interesting rug pull recently with a coin called IslaInu. The coin is like many others in that it was a meme coin, combining the Island Bo…
A person recently asked me about what I thought the world would be like on the Bitcoin standard. Would it be less dangerous or more dangerous than now?…
Mark Cuban had quite the encounter with Bitcoiners on Saturday. What was astonishing wasn’t his opposition to Bitcoin or even his promotion of Doge, bu…
Vitalik Buterin made the news again, criticizing Bitcoin Maximalists about their support of El Salvador. The post is obviously a way to rationalize his…
Janet Yellen made some noise earlier this week about a possible unrealized capital gains tax. To the uninitiated, a capital gain is made whenever a goo…
Rent-seeking is a common feature of any fiat economy. This is because there’s a large pot of money to be gained through Cantillon effects, and that mea…
I had a really interesting conversation with some people the other day about something I really know very little about: dating apps. Dating apps are a …