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Frozen coins


Its cost of ‘production’ or mining can only go up because of the nature of the 21 million cap.

When the cost of mining exceeds bitcoin’s price, miners will shut down. 37 more words


Saturday Matinee: 97% Owned

From TopDocumentaryFilms.com

97% owned present serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system. This is the first documentary to tackle this issue from a UK-perspective and explains the inner workings of Central Banks and the Money creation process. 154 more words


Stocks Outside the U.S. Blast Off

Published December 15, 2017

Outside the U.S. the post-financial crisis rally has been a halting affair, occurring in two major steps higher. Unlike the U.S., each step was greeted with some misgivings as Europe wrestled with its new currency and European Union financial structure while China’s economy digested a massive wave of growth in the prior decade. 438 more words

Weekly Update

Bitcoin and bubble gum

Taleb is right, and Bitcoin is no bubble.

Maybe it’s gum.

A “bubble” becomes a bubble when you run out of nonbankrupt people calling it a bubble. 158 more words


Lessons of Political Economy

You can’t can peas without a can. But when the price of steel is high, you can set up a simple math problem to minimize the amount of steel per volume of peas. 885 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

David Seaman Debunks NWO Suspicion Behind Cryptocurrency

DEC 13, 2017 – David Seaman joined Alex Jones live via Skype to evaluate the current financial viability of cryptocurrency and predicts that a collapse of fiat currency could usher in an era of a new economy. 680 more words


Our Book Report: "The Big Short"

Back in the Mesozoic Era when we attended elementary school, it was common practice to assign book reports as homework. On the appointed day, students were called to the front of the class to read their report aloud. 419 more words

Mark Leibman