Monthly Archives: November 2014

Standard and Riches – Blockchain technology turns finance into software

It’s very hard for non-programmers to realize what the invention of‪#‎Bitcoin‬ entails. As a case in point below a screenshot of my results with an automated loaning bot – coded in a weekend it singularly replaces the entire loan industry. … Continue reading

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How to get what you want

One of my favorite books of all times is Raymond Hull’s “How to get what you want“. It was published in 1969 and thus qualifies as one of the earliest “Self-Help” books (when that genre wasn’t quite as defined as … Continue reading

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Bitcoin – From money to brain implant karma

“There are six characteristics that make something a good candidate for money/currency: Scarcity Durability Divisibility Transportability Recognizablility Fungiblility The better something is in those six characteristics, the better suited it is at being a currency. A lot of things have … Continue reading

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