The Enigma of Money Gold, Central Banknotes, and Bitcoin
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This book provides a new way of understanding modern money and markets by stressing their self-fulfilling/self-destructive properties as institutions from evolutionary perspectives. In contrast to an unrealistic view of the neoclassical general equilibrium theory that models the price mechanism of a “concentrated market” without using money, presented here is an alternative theory of markets on how a realistic “dispersive market” using a stock of money and inventory as buffers can work as a multilayered price-quantitative adjustment system.
The central features of modern sovereign moneys seen in inconvertible IOUs of central banknotes can be depicted as “The Emperor's New Clothes” that correspond to the U.S. dollar and the Euro void of their own value. The image captures such characteristics of national currencies as “self-fulfilling ideas” by the inertia of conventions in the past and expectations of an uncertain future. Both ideas normally make money more acceptable and circulative so that its value can become more stable unless expectations for the future turn very pessimistic.
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Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009 several hundred different ‘Cryptocurrencies’ have been developed and are now accepted by eBay, AirBnB, Uber, and even for political donations. Yet Bitcoin has also garnered unwanted attention as its dollar value fluctuates wildly and it is implicated in money laundering, Ponzi schemes and trade in illicit goods and services. Central banks, finance ministries, and market regulators have outlined new legislation and started to implement various formal governance initiatives to address the challenges that Blockchain technologies pose. Critics have countered that digital cryptography and the decentralised nature of a distributed, peer-to-peer technology render ‘Cryptocurrencies’ resistant to centralised exercises of public authority.
What opportunities and challenges do Blockchain technologies pose for global governance? Who are empowered and disempowered by these technologies? This volume addresses these questions by integrating critical and constructivist perspectives with approaches from a range of disciplines. It enhances interdisciplinary conversations and mutual learning and provides academics, policymakers, the the general public with a critically informed understanding of the implications that Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies, and Blockchain technologies pose for the governance of a rapidly changing global political economy.
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This Encyclopedia explores the recent phenomenon of physical crypto-currency and the infrastructure that surrounds it.
These are metal coins that reference various crypto-currencies of which Bitcoin is currently the most prominent. Many of these coins are funded with digital currency that can be extracted and used at will. Others are themed to celebrate the emergence of digital currency.
Bitcoin: Where the Laws of Mathematics Prevail
Bitcoin Now: Exploring the New Frontier of Digital Currency
Interview: Jay Blaskey Head of Sales at BitIRA – Bitcoin & Crypto IRA – Digital Currency IRA & 401K
Bitcoin: How Cryptocurrencies Work
Bitcoin: What is it? | Money, banking and central banks | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy
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Blockchain and Corporate Law
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Can You make money in digital finance? And how! This book looks at digital financial instruments like cryptocurrency (bitcoin) digital securities like stocks, bonds, options contracts, and cryptography. It explains the legal rules of US banking and capital markets law so digital start-ups can confidently enter banking, financial services, and capital markets without fear of losing investments or investors. Traces the history of cryptocurrency from cipherpunks through bitcoin to wikileaks while exposing the law and economics of digital finance.
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This book provides a critical analysis of The European Union’s regulatory framework for mobile payments and bitcoin. Chapters discuss the creation of the EU single market for e-payments and combine legal analysis with comparative case studies in their exploration of the regulatory challenges surrounding e-payments. The contributing authors analyse the key economic and legal issues of the development of bitcoin and mobile payments within the EU framework through a comparative lens. They cover topics ranging from user data and funds protection and the stability of the payment system to the competitiveness of the EU market. Providing a comprehensive and methodological guide to the bitcoin and mobile payments in Europe, this book will prove an illuminating and informative read for academics, students and policy makers with an interest in the impact of innovation on payment systems.
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The digital virtual communities have exploded in recent years – this phenomenon is enabled by social media and the changing world we live in. In some cases these communities have created their own currency for exchange of goods and services but it has expanded to outside their own circles and provide a new medium of exchange creating new digital virtual currencies that are changing the world. Bitcoin-Central is now the first Bitcoin exchange to become a bank with guarantee funds insured up to EU$100,000. This book explores the new digital currencies and how they are changing the world. When we were researching -The Deep Dark Web book we saw that some of the criminal elements were using this new currency Bitcoin but we also saw that legit business were also adapting to this new currency. We hope to help you learn what is happening with this new currency we cover -Who uses this currency -What are the financial aspect – Governments, Business, Merchants and Criminals. In all we hope to guide you with some of the question you have. This book will be an invaluable resource for cyber security professionals, financial policy-makers, business experts, lawyers, merchants, scholars, and researchers, this book provides a comprehensive research from a International cyber security perspective, technical, and financial implications of the new digital virtual currencies. Thomas Jefferson said: “I sincerely believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restores to the people to whom it properly belongs”