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SirGerardThe1st Grimoire
SirGerardThe1st Grimoire

SirGerardThe1st Grimoire

Brief description of the fundamentals of the art of achieving financial relaxation


Anarchy is not the absence of rules, but of regulators (part 5 - final)

1 Sep 2021 7 minute read 7 comments SirGerardThe1st

TAR is a planet of similar dimensions to Earth, but in which the habitable surface for human beings is made up of 10,000 islands of 10,000 km2 each, on each of which only 10,000 people can live. If you didn't read Part 1, or Part 2, or Part 3, or Par...

Anarchy is not the absence of rules, but of regulators (part 4)

11 Aug 2021 10 minute read 6 comments SirGerardThe1st

I'm sure many of you heard stories like these: “Johnny wanted to be a scuba instructor. His parents told him that this was not a "career" and that in order for him to be "someone" in life he had to study a "serious" career at the University. Today Jo...

Anarchy is not the absence of rules, but of regulators (part 3)

30 Jul 2021 9 minute read 15 comments SirGerardThe1st

If you didn't read Part 1, or Part 2, you can do it here. In the previous installments, I started with a series of rules on which an idealistic metaverse in anarchy called TAR is built. TAR is a planet of similar dimensions to Earth, but in which the...

Anarchy is not the absence of rules, but of regulators (part 2)

5 Jul 2021 14 minute read 15 comments SirGerardThe1st

If you didn't read Part 1, you can do it here. Lysander Spooner believed that it was beneficial for people to be self-employed to enjoy the full benefit of their work rather than share it with an employer. His life passed in the 19th century before t...

Anarchy is not the absence of rules, but of regulators (part 1)

17 Jun 2021 9 minute read 52 comments SirGerardThe1st

Most people identify anarchists with Molotov cocktails and chaos in the streets. Image by Abdul goni from Pixabay    The truth is that we anarchists tend to be very peaceful beings, although not submissive. Capitalism needs large concentrations of s...

How decentralized are the first 15 cryptocurrencies?

28 May 2021 17 minute read 8 comments SirGerardThe1st

Cryptocurrencies detractors’ main criticisms are their doubts in the "proclaimed to all winds" decentralization. The truth is that in many cases they are right to doubt. But beware, because one thing is a "decentralized network" and another is a "dis...

History repeats itself once more: Gutenberg and Satoshi

14 May 2021 8 minute read 5 comments SirGerardThe1st

The invention of the printing press in the Middle Ages was probably the greatest turning point that humanity experienced until the invention of Bitcoin and the Blockchain. The irruption of the printing press allowed a very simple fact: books could be...

How to build a logical cryptocurrency portfolio if you are over 60 years old (Be careful! It can be useful to young people too)

12 Apr 2021 22 minute read 48 comments SirGerardThe1st

Marketing analysts have divided consumers into various age segments, in order to efficiently forecast consumer habits and behaviors. Those of us who were born between 1945 and 1964 have been baptized as "Baby Boomers". Image by Rudy Anderson from Pi...

The strange case of Mr. Pickerton, an NFT who traveled from the future (don't be afraid, it's just a tale) ...

10 Mar 2021 11 minute read 12 comments SirGerardThe1st

The day had dawned cloudy and cold. Dr. Anastasia Brumenshaft had a quick breakfast and went outside to go to her study. There was something that was bothering her, but she didn't really know what it was. She didn't like anything about the guy who ha...

How banks have taken over your life without you realizing it (and how cryptocurrencies came to save us all)

14 Feb 2021 10 minute read 22 comments SirGerardThe1st

This is another spell for my Grimoire. Sometimes it is very difficult for me to understand how there are still many people, many of whom are very educated, who ignore the perversity of the banking system that has governed us for many years, enriching...