Bitcoin and the Origin of Money with Special Guest Konrad Graf
Instead of forcing us to abandon the Misesian approach to money, Bitcoin has helped us sharpen our analytical knives and gain a more abstract, praxeological answer to the questions of what money is and how it originates.
First Meeting: The Bitcoin Revolution with Special Guest Jeffrey Tucker
A discussion with the legendary Jeffrey Tucker on what makes Bitcoin truly revolutionary, what we can learn about society from Satoshi Nakamoto, and what potential crypto-currencies offer to a world facing economic disaster
The Candlemakers’ Petition
Gentlemen: You are on the right track.
Man, Economy & Sport
Are sports just another government institution?
Bitcoin. As if there are other things to discuss. Check out the latest Bitcoin news at /r/bitcoin. If you cannot make it in person, be sure to join us online via Google+ Hangouts. When: Monday, April 8th at 7pm CDT…
Richard Cobden and the Triumph of Ideas
Richard Cobden was a 19th century British textile manufacturer and British politician famous for his opposition to the British Corn Laws. A notable thinker, as well, Cobden promoted the importance of ideas, peace, and free trade as superior to the…
Bitcoin and the Regression Theorem
Many Austrians, especially those in the Mises Circle, are very excited about the possibilities of Bitcoin, but does is this excitement corroborated by economic reality?