A house divided
By Craig Wright | 24 Sep 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

The tale of a split registry Many think that coins will be able to just fork and act in a “permission-less” [...]

By Craig Wright | 15 Sep 2018 | Economics, Philosophy

Some argue that capitalism fails as it does not lead to equality. That is a fallacy we need to avoid. [...]

Keynesian flaws.
By Craig Wright | 14 Sep 2018 | Economics, Philosophy

Now, it is generally taken [1] by rational economists without an agenda (and even most of the honest ones with [...]

The 1937 Crash
By Craig Wright | 13 Sep 2018 | Economics, Philosophy

Social security was the start of a crash every bit as large as the 1929 stock market correction. Yet, this [...]

The paradox of the Übermensch
By Craig Wright | 05 Sep 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

It is simple to be disappointed with the common person. I have written recently about the bandwagon fallacy. When I [...]

The crypto-ring of Gyges
By Craig Wright | 02 Sep 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

Plato covered the problems of true anonymity in The Republic. In this story, he detailed a fictional character called Gyges [...]

The myths of Bitcoin
By Craig Wright | 14 Aug 2018 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Philosophy

Bitcoin is Peer to Peer electronic cash. This is it first and foremost. In this I am going to address [...]

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