Although they might not know it, blockchain tech is a gift to the regulator
Not competition for crypto, but rather non-digital fiat
It’s been a good week for those wondering why they should own digital assets, thanks to the Fed & ECB
Marginal cost pricing analysis works on physical commodities, but it doesn’t work on Bitcoin
There is hypocrisy in the agency’s refusal to accept a Bitcoin ETF on grounds of investor protection
Ten years after the financial crisis, and eight years after my cartoon, a review of what I got wrong, and what I never saw coming.
2018 is shaping up to the year of the tipping point when it comes to institutional fund managers attitude towards cryptocoins.
Banking people don’t know them and crypto people don’t like them, but as I point out in this talk, fiat stablecoins are the least controversial idea in all blockchain. They are a simple upgrade to an idea as old as payments, which is why soon they will take over.
My op-ed in the Journal finds hidden meaning in the language of business professionals.
Quantitative Easing Explained
My original claim to fame, made in the heyday of YouTube, when 6 million hits actually meant something.
Talking The Line
My attempt at an animated comic-strip, also made in the heyday of YouTube, when only 600 hits meant the same thing it does today.