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Scrutinizing NFT Prices

20 Apr 2021 4 minute read 0 comments Daniel Goldman

Analyzing the price of nonfungible tokens is no small feat, but it’s important if you’re investing in them or a project which uses them. NFTs are all the rage today. A lot of companies are producing NFTs, whether they’re pure collectables or compone...

CIA Holding Companies and Mega-Bank-Backed Corporations

19 Apr 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Moola News

For lack of better terms, there are "CIA Corporations" and "CIA Holding Companies." This is not a conspiracy. This is not meant in the way that there is some shadow operation of people pulling levers. There are a few points around this. These are gen...

The Religion of Antiracism

10 Apr 2021 16 minute read 1 comment MatTehCat

Abstract:   With the rise of Antiracism programs in the United States, it is necessary to understand the form and focus of such programs. This paper identifies what Antiracism, Racism, and Equity are according to Ibram X. Kendi, Robin DiAngelo, and B...

💰 Selling Your Universal Basic Income?

7 Apr 2021 4 minute read 17 comments Stuart Hollinger

a study of UBI and the backlash towards it — Stuart Imagine a world where we never had to worry about generating value for the sole purpose of paying our basic expense needs. What if these were taken care of? I have wondered what the average human w...

Bitcoin And The Rules Of Scarcity: Is The Math Telling Us The Truth?

1 Apr 2021 14 minute read 1 comment BitcoinGordon

Only 21 Million Ever To Be Mined: Is this inflation, deflation, neither, and does it even matter? Ah, Bitcoin. Satoshi's coin is the one that maxi's love to love, and other-coin-maxi's love to hate. It uses too much energy. It's slow. It's TX fees ar...

📨 The Need for Universal Basic Income

26 Mar 2021 3 minute read 14 comments Stuart Hollinger

Study of UBI — Stuart Universal basic income will most likely be required for the future because of the increasing disparity between jobs and the rising number of people struggling to make ends meet.  This is not a crazy theory. The argument could...

Ship Stuck in Suez Canal Blocks World's Busiest Shipping Route

25 Mar 2021 2 minute read 0 comments AverageVancouverite

The 400 meter-long (1312 feet) MV Ever Given, a Panamanian-flagged cargo shipped owned by Japanese firm Shoei Kisen KK leased out to Taiwan's Evergreen Marine Corp, ran aground in the Suez Canal, blocking one of the world's busiest shipping routes. T...

Corporatism Runs the World; Its no longer Capitalism and Nation-States

24 Mar 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Reel Out Deep

We don't live so much in nations or states anymore. Well, yeah, we do. But, who runs them? And what kind of society is it? Capitalism has historically been synonymous with corporations. Yet the power of corporations has taken over any other meaning o...

⏫Why inflation can’t be avoided

24 Mar 2021 3 minute read 7 comments Stuart Hollinger

Underconsumption and Overproduction — Stuart inflation can’t be avoided because underconsumption is an inevitable phenomenon. For instance, the overproduction of cotton caused by the invention of the cotton gin created periodic economic panics in t...

💸 Value and it’s problems

22 Mar 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Stuart Hollinger

Inquiring into value — Stuart Value in monetary terms is required for society’s to operate because it is a measure of the benefits that are produced. Therefore, we have the ability to measure the worth of the cash in terms of what it can produce. O...