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In our blog, we will share some research insights relating the disengagement of our financial and economic system. Our Capitalism model is trapped in Prisoner’s Dilemma; 45 years after the end of the Bretton Woods global central banks have manipulated the cost of risk in a competition of currencies’ devaluation resulting in a dangerous build-up in debt and leverage, lower risk premiums, income disparity, and greater probability of tail events on both sides of the return distribution. We all take part in this game and we can try to understand what is happening behind the scenes.

Yale University’s latest alternative investment? No, not Puerto Rican bonds again. This year, Yale is taking the plunge into cryptocurrencies.

The school with the second largest endowment recently helped a new digital asset fund raise $400 million, according to Blo...

September 28, 2018

Ripple, the number three cryptocurrency is down 89% from the top, Ethereum 76%, Bitcoin 67%.

Fortunes have been made (and lost) on cryptos. Bitcoin once traded for pennies. That's the first-mover early-adopter advantage. If one bought Bitcoin as late as January 2016 in...

September 21, 2018

To our mind, abuse and manipulation is the most pressing short-and medium-term challenge for crypto values.

In recent months, we have largely stayed on the sidelines of one of investing’s most-polarizing debates: cryptocurrencies. We weighed in late last year (see WILTW...

After all, he never gave instructions like “once Bitcoin gains grounds, go on and storm SEC”.

In this post, I will try to show you why BTC’s price will be $0 longterm in case ETF and other regulations meet it. I will also show that neither the number of people invested...

Dr. D: “Some debts are fun when you are acquiring them, but none are fun when you set about retiring them.” –Ogden Nash

Over the last year or two there’s been discussion about the U.S. Federal spending moving beyond $4 TRILLION dollars, and whether a $1+ trillion dollar...

There’s never a day that passes without some otherwise intelligent economist making radical claims about bitcoin. It’s all been said before. “It has no intrinsic value,” “it’s used by criminals,” “it will be regulated,” “it will fall to $0.” And media outlets are happy...

More than a thousand of crypto projects are “already dead” as of June 30, 2018, according to a recent TechCrunch report. The news outlet has based its claim on data from two websites: Coinopsy and DeadCoins.

Coinopsy provides daily reviews of va...

Extreme libertarians built blockchain to decentralize government and corporate power. It could consolidate their control instead.

All over town, the parking meters are disappearing. Drivers now pay at a central machine, or with an app. It’s so convenient I sometimes for...

May 11, 2018

“Excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake. To be precise, my mistake. Humans are underrated,” Elon Musk wrote in a tweet last Friday. It was a stark admission from a CEO who has declared revolutionary robotic assembly as his decisive advantage over incumbent automak...

April 27, 2018

Will blockchain-based social networks do to today’s internet giants what Facebook, Amazon and Google did to the gatekeepers of the past? Will they be a bulwark against censorship and fake news, decentralize Big Tech, give users the chance to monetize their data, and in...

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