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#19 – November 2021
It’s November, and Bitcoin is the best performing major asset of the year – again. Despite having gained +49% since January, it is still about 50% below it’s average annual rate of return. In simpler terms, on average, over the last 12 years, Bitcoin has doubled in price every year. In this post I diveContinue reading “#19 – November 2021”
# 12 – The Case Against Bitcoin Part I: Bitcoin is Only Used for Illegal Activity
Let’s forget that the U.S. dollar is the favorite currency of criminals, and that the banks themselves have been the largest supporters of money laundering.
#11 – Inflation
1/13/21 – What is inflation? How do we measure it? The dangerous implications that lie ahead if we ignore inflationary pressures.
#9 – Bitcoin, Decentralized Applications, and Internet 3.0
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