Fix the money. Fix the world.

Hi there, glad you’ve made it. However you’ve stumbled upon this website, something has awoken in you. If you can invest one hour of your valuable time, we’ll guide you through the proverbial Rabbit Hole, and show you why Bitcoin is one of the most important inventions in recent history and how it can solve many of the world’s problems.

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Technology

Bitcoin & Sustainable Energy

Economics

The Evils of Modern Monetary Theory

Politics

Better incentives in politics

Economics 18 minutes

Money doesn’t grow on trees. To believe that it does is foolish, and our parents make sure that we know about that by repeating this saying like a mantra. We are encouraged to use money wisely, to not spend it frivolously, and to save it in good times to help us through the bad. Money, after all, does not grow on trees.

Immutability and change 3:20

The scarcity of scarcity 3:55

Replication and locality 4:45

Technology 14 minutes

Solving problems in a radically decentralized and adversarial environment requires unique solutions. What would otherwise be trivial problems to solve are everything but in this strange world of nodes. Bitcoin relies on strong cryptography for most solutions, at least if looked at through the lens of technology. Just how strong this cryptography is will be explored in one of the following lessons.

Immutability and change 3:20

The scarcity of scarcity 3:55

Replication and locality 4:45

Philosophy 15 minutes

Looking at Bitcoin superficially, one might conclude that it is slow, wasteful, unnecessarily redundant, and overly paranoid. Looking at Bitcoin inquisitively, one might find out that things are not as they seem at first glance.

Immutability and change 3:20

The scarcity of scarcity 3:55

Replication and locality 4:45

Immutability and change 3:20

The scarcity of scarcity 3:55

Myths Debunked 13 minutes

Solving problems in a radically decentralized and adversarial environment requires unique solutions. What would otherwise be trivial problems to solve are everything but in this strange world of nodes. Bitcoin relies on strong cryptography for most solutions, at least if looked at through the lens of technology. Just how strong this cryptography is will be explored in one of the following lessons.

Immutability and change 3:20

The scarcity of scarcity 3:55

Replication and locality 4:45

Further down the rabbit hole

Our one hour primer on Bitcoin and economics is meant as a primer. However, for many this is just the starting point for a journey into an optimistic future.

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