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ANDREA CECCHI Newsletter • 157 implied HN points • 05 Jan 24
  1. Markets react impulsively to news, creating a sudden impact with amplified effects.
  2. The current economic system relies on debt-based currencies, leading to a continuous cycle of increasing debt and the need for new debts to pay off old ones.
  3. Observing unstable curves in economic indicators may indicate a system approaching a critical phase.
Altered States of Monetary Consciousness • 240 implied HN points • 07 Dec 23
  1. Innovation trends are often blindly followed in mainstream scenes, driven by systemic forces.
  2. The CBDC debate is influenced by the inertia of the global capitalist system and the push towards automation.
  3. CBDC discussions involve various justifications like financial inclusion, cross-border payments, and adapting to the 'spirit of the times.'
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Concoda • 356 implied HN points • 07 Aug 23
  1. The interbank market has changed significantly due to regulations like The Dodd-Frank Act and The Basel Framework.
  2. Banks are now less willing to lend to each other, with the shadow banking layer taking on their previous roles.
  3. The Federal Funds market, once vital for dollar funding, is in decline as a result of these shifts and regulations.
QTR’s Fringe Finance • 13 implied HN points • 17 Feb 24
  1. The author discussed Bitcoin, monetary systems, investing, and more on the 'What Bitcoin Did' podcast.
  2. Various topics were covered, including Bitcoin skepticism, inflation, the Gamestop rebellion, and fighting against central planners.
  3. Resources mentioned in the interview include 'Why I Bitcoin,' ',' and 'Marty Bent.'
Economic Forces • 8 implied HN points • 08 Feb 24
  1. The state's monopoly on money is motivated by the ability to generate quick revenue.
  2. One key reason for this lasting monopoly is the state's need for emergency financing, especially during wars.
  3. For the state to maintain the monopoly over money, it needs to commit to long-run price stability, ensuring the currency's purchasing power is preserved over time.