The Invisible Damage Of The Artificial Demand
The Invisible Damage Of The Artificial Demand

Wages are driven by supply and demand. Small supply / high demand = high wages (mental work). Huge supply / small demand = low wages (physical work). What is demand? Demand is the social necessity. Demand is what the people want. How c... read more

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FREEDOM IS RISKY: Thoughts on Economic Autonomy and the Release of Local.Bitcoin.com

It’s the anniversary of the famous “tank man” in Tiananmen Square, and a new, revolutionary crypto trading platform has been released. This inspired me to record some thoughts on the nature of freedom in general, and economic freedom spec... read more

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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Forecast : It is possible 40% profit soon?

The market of cryptocurrencies is presenting an encouraging forecast for the most important at least, with Bitcoin dominating the scene and marking the way for the rest of the altcoins. Despite the current corrective moment, BTC and the m... read more

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I am a Research Consultant

Hi Guys, I am a research consultant in general, and technical analyst in particular. I can find you whatever you seek to a satisfactory level, and can give you technical analysis on any coin to an expert level. I seek peace. Peace in th... read more

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Bitcoin; The Most Versatile Investment Tool Ever Created

Bitcoin is the most versatile investment tool ever created by human beings. It is land, labor, capital and organization all at the same time. It is going to change the economic landscape of the world for good. Banks and governments are go... read more

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My opinion about Bitcoin

Bitcoin will cost one hundred thousand dollars. It had to be said and it was said. read more

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  • Apr 19, 2019
The Efficient Slavery Myth

Slave labour is terrible. It is a historical lie to portraying it as a method, where the slaveholders gain extremely great advantages on the expenses of the slaves. It is a myth! Just think about it. Slaves have zero morale. It means th... read more

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Should the US give the Statue of Liberty away?

France gave us the Statue of Liberty (SoL)… what if we wanted to give it back? Why would we want to give it back? Let’s say that the US was going to give the SoL to another country. Which country would you choose? Personally, I think th... read more

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Michael Huemer's Case For Selling Kidneys

Why Not Sell a Kidney? I commented that he didn't address the main liberal concern… exploitation. He replied and so did I… It’s the liberals who are concerned about exploitation. I am not a liberal. I was simply pointing out that your... read more

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Can a committee accurately reflect the diversity of a city?

Any excuse to promote market governance… *** If San Francisco truly wants to live up to its values, we need a Planning Commission that reflects the diversity of our city. How accurately do you think any committee can reflect the dive... read more

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What do you think about Decred?

Any excuse to talk about market governance… A while back, thanks to this subreddit, I learned about Decred's system of governance. An alternative system would be for decisions to be made via donations. For example, Utilo could use dona... read more

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The Price of Trump’s Jingoism: Surging Gas Prices

I’m about to connect two things that might not seem immediately related, but they definitely might be. Let’s leave Venezuela out of this one. Let’s talk about the world’s largest petroleum producers: MENA, the Middle East and North Afric... read more

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Explaining cryptocurrency to others

Why am I so enthusiastic about cryptocurrency, even if I should just call it money now? And how can I explain why I like it to my wife, my sister, or someone I have just met who questions its merits? And what is it, exactly? What on earth... read more

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Let`s think ?

Еngineers represent the world as a construction ! And if you imagine finances, in a global sense, this is first of all technology ! Еverything becomes much clearer if you think so. After all, technology is only an action method or meth... read more

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The 3rd Revolution of Workplace Automation
The 3rd Revolution of Workplace Automation

Workplace automation is ready to take over jobs and will directly displace a large percentage of workers. While sometimes used interchangeably Automation is completely different than Artificial Intelligence (AI) and because the two terms ... read more

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Agorist Organizational Theory and Practice

“No gods, no masters” has long been the cry of the anarchist – other than the religious ones who cry “some gods, no masters”. The agorist is no stranger to this cry. But how can a free(d) market anarchist be against masters when all marke... read more

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Eliminating online democracy will fix offline democracy?

My buddy Koenfucius shared on Twitter an article which discussed a report about fake news. I sent the following email to one of the researchers… Sam Wineburg. According to your report, “democracy is threatened by the ease at which disi... read more

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Attention Economics

Lawrence Kay is a senior policy adviser at the Open Data Institute. Today on Medium I read his latest story… Open data and the Sciences of the Artificial. My reply… Last Easter, my neighbors bought their daughter a pair of rabbits. Wh... read more

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  • Mar 20, 2019
Casinos,Turkish Lira and Economy of Turkey

A famous Turkish columnist suggested re-opening of casinos would contribute to the Turkish economy and helps against the depreciating value of Turkish Lira in his column in March 14, 2019 [1]. This looks like a brilliant idea, right? Fi... read more

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Is democracy or the market better at defining merit?

Robinson Hanson shared on Twitter a story by Lily Lamboy… Democratizing Success: Why We Need to Change Who Defines Merit in College Admissions. My reply… We are unwilling to make the assumption that the exclusion of Negroes has releva... read more

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