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by Anthony Freeman Man, by nature, wants to be free. He wants to choose how he lives his life. He wants to choose with whom he will associate. He wants to choose with whom he will trade. He wants to … Continue reading
by Anthony Freeman Proposition: Bitcoin is a new commodity invented to address the market demand for a better medium of exchange. First some definitions for terms that I will be using in this post: Commodity: a) an article of commerce; … Continue reading
by Anthony Freeman Here are some quick comments on a recent article from The Economist: In the article the unnamed author makes the following statement: “Attracting enough users to smooth such volatility seems unlikely in the foreseeable future. Established fiat … Continue reading
By Anthony Freeman I wanted to take a moment and dispel some of the myths circulating about hoarding and deflation: What most people don’t understand is that “deflation” (defined in this instance as the lowering of prices compared to bitcoin’s … Continue reading
By Anthony Freeman (This article is the third in a series on bitcoin. Read parts 1 and 2 here and here.) With bitcoin gaining mainstream attention the coming attack on its users is inevitable. In this short piece I will … Continue reading