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ELI5 First, second, third and fourth generation cryptocurrencies [2021 Update]
Although the theoretical building blocks that form cryptocurrencies existed prior to 2009, it was only in January of that year that Bitcoin registered its first ever transaction o...
Opinion: Bitcoin no longer a contrarian investment [February, 2018]
Early Bitcoin investors got used to the common sense that cryptocurrencies were an alternative to the mainstream financial system. True that Satoshi's original vision, where ea...
Opinion: Nouriel Roubini’s statements to the Senate Banking Committee are an embarrassment [October 2018]
If you've been following the cryptocurrency discussions on social media, then you've probably heard a lot about Nouriel Roubini lately. First, the Vitalik + LauraShin thread th...
Opinion: Tether is likely backed by Bitcoin U$ equivalents, not by cash US Dollars [June 2018]
A lot of the controversy surrounding the Tether cryptocurrency seems to focus on whether it is fully backed by US Dollar funds or not. Several relevant questions have been posed i...
Deflationary spiral: Are cryptocurrencies at risk?
In the context of cryptocurrencies, a deflationary spiral may happen when there is a self-reinforcing process of draining the supply of coins or tokens from the markets while the ...
Trump administration promises higher wages without inflation. Is the end of Quantitative Easing in sight?
(August 2020 Update : The end of QE most definitely wasn't, and apparently still isn't, in sight.) US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has just announced that Trump administra...
The Art of War in cryptocurrency investing
In late 2017 the markets celebrated Bitcoin adoption by Wall Street. Bitcoin was finally going to New York! Jamie Dimon and other large bank CEOs were dissing Bitcoin which, in...
Bitcoin negative yields are impossible
Negative yield is an intriguing concept. The whole idea behind paying interests is that your money is worth more today than it is tomorrow. Cash in hand should be worth more than ...
Quantitative Easing: The Achiles’ Heel of legacy fiat markets
For years now the legacy pre-crypto financial markets have been inflated by the worldwide network of central banks. This would have been unthinkable 20 years ago, but somehow it b...
The QE Bubble: How Bitcoin might have helped expose the real financial bubble in world markets
Nobel Prize laureates in Economics, bank CEOs, the World Economic Forum, Bilderberg and George Soros have united against Bitcoin. Why? What do they all have in common? Couldn'...
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