Satoshi and the Sophists
By Craig Wright | 23 May 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Philosophy

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louise Brandeis wrote: “Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight

Misinformation and the myth of Satoshi
By Craig Wright | 25 Apr 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

Bitcoin is a story of myths; it was never designed for such an end, but it’s what they who have

BTC and Censorship

There are those out there who try to explain how Bitcoin is about censorship resistance. Primarily, the same people are

Free Speech
By Craig Wright | 18 Mar 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

Free speech is not the right to be heard on any platform but rather limitations set by governments and authorities

The myth of forks
By Craig Wright | 06 Mar 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

When I removed myself from public view towards the end of 2010 and 2011, it was as I was rather

By Craig Wright | 27 Feb 2019 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

In his analysis of classical liberalism, Ludwig von Mises [1] poses the question: In opposing government interventions, is liberalism not

The ASIC myth

It is interesting how the arguments against commercial mining come down to an outcry against “mining centralisation.” All things in

The myth of the full validation node
By Craig Wright | 21 Dec 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

There is a long-running false narrative of “full validating nodes.” The dishonesty that has been sold as a truth is

The politics of rent seeking
By Craig Wright | 07 Nov 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Economics, Philosophy

Any government implementing a Keynesian policy simply “Keynesianizes” the economy. The effect is an economy that behaves precisely in the

The Legacy of Keynesian Money
By Craig Wright | 02 Nov 2018 | Economics, Philosophy

Central governments are and remain a net supplier of macroeconomic instability. This is a direct result of the institutions and

The problem of Keynes
By Craig Wright | 01 Nov 2018 | Economics, Philosophy Basically, the GDP argument is based on the “Broken Window Falacy” of Bastiat. There are English versions of it

Property Law in the Age of Bitcoin

Property (as defined in legal terms) as is associated with servers, routers, and information systems in general is known in

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