Why Programmable Money In A Slow Delegating Society Is A Bad Idea


Bitcoin paved the way towards money outside the traditional minting processes. It’s for the first time in a long time when governments are losing their grip on money. Up until now, printing “money” was the delegated privilege of the ruling structures. This decoupling is obviously creating disturbances, and the powers are reacting. On top of … Read more

Flattening The Curve

flattening the curve

I don’t even know if this qualifies as clickbait. I understand that the title may have stirred some feelings inside of you (and depending on which side you place yourself on the Covid-19 spectrum, these feelings may be reassurance or anger), but I assure you, the blog post has (almost) nothing to do with the … Read more

Learning To Rest

learning to rest

If you get tired, learn to rest, not to quit. Banksy If you ever ran an ultra-marathon, this quote will hit you as common sense. But not many people ran ultra-marathons. So let me try to break it down for you. An ultra-marathon is a race longer than a traditional 42km marathon (which in, and … Read more

Monday Moving Forward – Filtering Out The Noise

Time to publish another installment of the weekly “Monday Moving Forward” series, a series in which we post, surprisingly, only Mondays, because that’s when we have more chances to feel unmotivated. Mondays have a bad reputation, and, to a certain extent, it’s justified. That’s why I decided to try out various approaches, tips and tricks … Read more