By Arthur2014 on Tue, Aug 26, 2014 - 4:36pm

books on money, monetary systems, currency, debt

Dear all,

I am such an outdated person that I need to read texts in the printed version on paper. Otherwise I cannot keep anything in mind.

Therefore I propose to open this new thread in order to exclusively list the bibliographic data (author and title) of books worth reading and in order to comment on them.

Many forum members casually mention interesting books in the relevant thread on the special topic where these books belong to.

Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Sat, May 25, 2013 - 12:26pm

Bitcoin vs Gold & Silver

Here's a video discussion that was recorded between Chris and Mike Maloney when we were down in Los Angeles last month:

The big deal over Bitcoin is our freedom of choice, because if digital options such as Bitcoin or U.S. dollars were equal in value as money to gold and silver, the owners of the systems wouldn’t need laws to enforce a currency monopoly. Mike has already taken sides in this controversy, saying, “I’m for whatever the free market picks for currency.”

Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Tue, May 21, 2013 - 11:34pm

Reminder of the Undervaluation of Gold & Silver

This new video from Mike Maloney is full of charts and data providing a great reminder of the relative undervaluation of both gold & silver right now. Anyone sweating the recent continued monkeying of PM prices should watch this -- you'll feel better:

Mike is one of the best monetary scholars we know of. » Read more


Bitcoin interest group

Bitcoins are a form of digital currency that can be transacted peer-to-peer, have cryptography at their digital DNA heart, and have a mechanism of creation (digital mining by running the creation software on a powerful computer) that makes their scarcity profile very much like that of a finite natural resource...


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