2023


Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
By Craig Wright | 09 May 2023 | Economics, History, Other

In the 1990s, Ratko Mladić was general of the Bosnian Serb army overseeing multiple war crimes, including genocide conducted during

Paper Critique: ‘Trade and Geography in the Spread of Islam’
By Craig Wright | 04 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History

Michalopoulos, S., Naghavi, A., & Prarolo, G. (2018). Trade and Geography in the Spread of Islam. The Economic Journal, 128(616),

Historical Maps
By Craig Wright | 02 May 2023 | Economics, Education, History

The National archives in the UK provide access to a collection of historical maps (Archives, n.d.). In this archive, maps

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XIX
By Craig Wright | 27 Apr 2023 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

It is necessary to note that the hype given to blockchain-based solutions can lead to false claims of solving problems

London and the Thames
By Craig Wright | 25 Apr 2023 | Economics, Education, History

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XVIII

Wang et al. (2020) look at the development of the Internet of things (IoT) as the structure for creating more

Paper Critique: ‘Scale-free human migration and the geography of social networks’
By Craig Wright | 18 Apr 2023 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Other

Levy, M. (2010). Scale-free human migration and the geography of social networks. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, 389(21),

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XVII

Burns (2022) says that the primary motivation behind Bitcoin was to disrupt money by allowing faster and more secure forms

Paper Critique: ‘The Birth of Crypto Place on the Blockchain’

Zhao, B., & Huang, X. (2020). Encrypted monument: The birth of crypto place on the blockchain. Geoforum, 116, 149–152. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.08.011

Supply-Chain Foundational Theories
By Craig Wright | 06 Apr 2023 | Economics, Other

Theory 1 – Value Added Partnerships Johnson and Lawrence (1991) introduced the theory of value-added partnerships. The theory of value-added

Papers Associated with Bitcoin and Related Topics in Law: Part XVI

Many cypherpunk activists claim Bitcoin as their own (Golumbia, 2016). In their analysis, the authors take the crypto anarchy and

Measuring Lightning

Abstract This paper presents preliminary research into the BTC Lightning Network. By modelling transaction reuse and mapping the reuse of

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