The Age Of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin And The Blockchain Are Challenging The Global Economic Order

Spearheaded by Walter Bagehot, the nineteenth-century editor of The Economist, this thinking led to the development of modern central banking. Backed by sovereigns that could never go bankrupt, central banks such as the Bank of England were to be the “lender of last resort” to overcome crises of confidence. They would agree to freely lend … Continue reading The Age Of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin And The Blockchain Are Challenging The Global Economic Order