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- Here is a quick guide to storing, transporting, and spending your Bitcoin:
Keep It Safe
There are many ways to lose your Bitcoin, but the most common one is failing to properly backup your recovery seed. Use a wallet which allows you to write down your recovery words on a piece of paper, and keep that paper ...more
- What's the future of Bitcoin? How big will it get? What innovations can we expect in the future? Economist Tuur Demeester lays out the three phases of Bitcoin ...more
- This post discusses the methods for recovering a deleted or corrupt Bitcoin Core Wallet. Many other currencies, such as Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dogecoins and more share Bitcoin Core's wallet format and can be recovered using the same techniques and tools. I assume that you have the wallet password, or there is no password. (I'll post ...more
- Understanding how Bitcoin ownership works requires understanding what it means to “own” a single Bitcoin address. At a practical level, Bitcoin ownership means the ability to send some amount of Bitcoin from one address to another or to cryptographically prove that one has that ability by “signing” a Bitcoin address. At a technical level, ownership ...more
- The following links may help you solve problems with popular wallets on your own:
Ledger Nano S: https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
Official Help Pages: https://bitcoin.org/en/bitcoin-core/help
Community Help Pages https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/
Electron Cash: https://github.com/fyookball/electrum/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue
Daedalus Wallet: https://daedaluswallet.io/faq/#support
Coinbase Support Site https://support.coinbase.com/
Blockchain.info: https://blockchain.info/tr/support-desk Help Pages: https://support.blockchain.com/hc/en-us
If you read on the topic of money’s history from any mainstream textbook, you will already know the drill. In the past, money took many forms. It was shells, pelts, salt, and various metals. Finally we got paper money, credit institutions, then central banks. At this point, we are told, history was complete. The final ...more
- The classic criticism against the gold standard is that it was too costly. Why are these guys wasting resources to suit up, dig into mountains, desperately seeking a finite resource, and slogging the results all the way to Treasury Department?
This is all just silly. We know how to make money: you print it. It’s far ...more
- Jeffrey Tucker is Director of Content for the Foundation for Economic Education. He is a managing partner of Vellum Capital, the founder of Liberty.me, Distinguished Honorary Member of Mises Brazil, economics adviser to FreeSociety.com, research fellow at the Acton Institute, policy adviser of the Heartland Institute, founder of the CryptoCurrency Conference, member of the editorial board of the Molinari Review, an advisor to ...more
- I constantly get the question: why do we need this blockchain thing anyway? Here is why.
Every society with a vibrant commercial life exalts private property as an institution. The entrenchment of this institution occurs in three stages. All three are essential.
The first stage is to create private property itself. This is usually done out of ...more
- The recent explosion in the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has inspired me to start a new hobby: helping people recover lost Bitcoin wallets.
As might be expected of early adopters in an anonymous Internet cryptocurrency, many of my customers are information security professionals. It seems that many of them set up so many security measures that ...more
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- Human values are individual and subjective, but in modern society, money is a used as a proxy of value, in both the market and the political system. We can speak of the aspirational, world-changing dreams of both entrepreneurs and politicians, but it is money which gives their values power to act. In this way, we ...more
- Most people take it for granted that the market system is a self-organizing entity.
We understand that no master plan is needed for the entire economy to work as an integrated whole, without the need for any one participant to know more than two sets of links: his suppliers and his customers.
Immensely complex structures develop to ...more
- There is a sick value inversion between the image of the capitalist ruthlessly seeking profits and the benevolent politician working for the betterment of society.
*The capitalist succeeds only to the extent that he can produce more consumer value than the resources he consumes.
*The politician succeeds only to the extent that he can steal from productive ...more
- Those who oppose minor and perhaps reasonable expansions to the power of the government on the grounds that that power will inevitably be expanded abused are not necessarily committing the fallacy of the slippery slope. Extensive precedent has shown that once any task is institutionalized in a government agency, it will forever have a lobby ...more