Bitcoin is in the process of monetisation whereby people adopt a digital, decentralised, global, censorship resistant store of value. Historically adoption cycles have centred on the halving, with an accumulation phase pre-halving, a parabolic phase post-halving and a bear-market thereafter (I wrote about this here). Preston Pysh and Stephan Livera explored the possibility that bitcoin … More Learning Bitcoin’s Golden Language – Adoption cycles will persist post 2021
They say “too much of anything is bad” – at what point do we care too much? You care to be friendly, but are you truthful? Care to arrive on time, but do you add value? Care about others’ feelings, but are you honest? Care about words, but what about meaning? Care about physical health, … More Can you care too much?
It’s been a while since I’ve raced through a book like I did with Infidel. I was whisked away to a different world for a few hours each day, absolutely captivated by Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s powerful story. The book is a political commentary on Islam, but this only becomes obvious later in the book. The … More Infidel: Ayaan Hirsi Ali
I recently visited Singapore and read Lee Kuan Yew’s (LKY) “3rd World to 1st World – The Singapore Story” to get a feel for the history, culture and politics. What an incredible character and an intriguing place! LKY is an unusual mixture of free-market advocate, state interventionist, anti-communist but adherent of socialism and yet he’s … More From 3rd World to 1st World, notes from Singapore