Differences in Influence between China and the U.S.: A View

The continued growth in advancement of China has been happening for decades, and while this growth occurs, it is asserted by some that the U.S. is in decline. These two global powers have dramatic effect input into the outcome of what is happening in the world in the present. What has allowed China to grow... Continue Reading →

Theories of Bitcoin Value and a Multi-Currency Economy

What is the best way to think about the valuation of Bitcoin? Is it in terms of U.S. dollars? In terms of other cryptocurrencies? Or look at Bitcoin in terms of the goods and services it is meant to be used to exchange for – but is yet to be adopted to do?  If the... Continue Reading →

Cryptocurrency and the Freedom it Doesn’t Solve

Cryptocurrency – it’s been a hot topic as the valuations of these digital assets have significantly grown (and fallen) since the course of the Bitcoin inception. Even after significant price decreases, something like Bitcoin has still given individuals out there substantially high returns. There have been bubbles that have burst and perhaps left many average... Continue Reading →

A Purpose Through Capitalism

Capitalism - its the systematic baseline of the economic system we live and work in here in the U.S., and has been since the creation of our nation. Capitalism has brought forth many different outcomes to individuals, businesses, and the sociological functioning of society that range from wealth, technological advancements, poverty, motivation, and the state... Continue Reading →


Data in the digital format has evolved to be an extremely valuable and important aspect of society. Something I have not crossed paths with is the idea of the economics of data and what that could potentially look like in the future. How could our data transform into a form of currency? That’s where I... Continue Reading →

Behavior and Inflation

Inflation during June of 2022 came in at 9.1% over the previous 12 month period. The Federal Reserve branch of New York put out a survey to consumers and concluded that their attitudes towards inflation is that it will decrease over the next one, two and three years, down to about 6.2%, 3.2%, and 2.3%,... Continue Reading →

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