Law & Regulation

State Power and Ordinary People from the Tokugawa Period through the 20th Century
By Craig Wright | 23 May 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Traditionally, the study of history looked at the state and elite forces and people and how they would change the

The Scarcity Paradox
By Craig Wright | 03 May 2022 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

There is a good deal of misinformation around scarcity right now. Unfortunately, our education system has produced a series of

The 51% Attack That Never Was

There are widespread mythologies concerning supposed attacks against Bitcoin (Bindseil et al., 2022), including ones that are promoted by people


The problem with Ethereum and BTC groups is that they are anticorporate. They call themselves crypto capitalists (Ortiz, 2020). What


Abstract. A system such as Bitcoin operates using a proof-of-work-based consensus mechanism that many individuals have falsely claimed to limit

The Vision for Bitcoin
By Craig Wright | 08 Mar 2022 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Law & Regulation

Over the last decade, I have been dragged into innumerable arguments and debates, going back to those with James Donald

Defining Scaling

Numerous arguments abound in regard to scaling blockchain-based systems such as Bitcoin or the BTC system (Khan, Jung, & Hashmani,

Reliving an Ancient Past
By Craig Wright | 21 Feb 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) consists of twenty-two provinces, four municipalities, five autonomous regions, and two special administrative regions,

The Closing of Open Society: Part II
By Craig Wright | 09 Feb 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The Republic of Mozambique (hereafter Mozambique) is a sub-Saharan African nation on the Swahili coast. The country gained political independence

The Wizard of Blockchain

There are always arguments over scaling blockchain networks. Most of them end in ad hominem attacks, and very few address

The Closing of Open Society
By Craig Wright | 28 Jan 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Traditionally, the United Kingdom has been an open society (OS) [1]. In a neoliberal context, an open society incorporates open

Book Review: After Virtue
By Craig Wright | 25 Jan 2022 | Economics, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory provides a cogent and compelling argument for virtue ethics over Kantian

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