Gilded Age Greed and Golden Bitcoin

Gilded Age Greed and Golden Bitcoin

Dr. Riste Simnjanovski is a tenured professor of public administration at California Baptist University. Most recently, his published research explores digital assets in the public and private sectors. In 1873, Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner copublished the novel, “The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today.” While the text doesn’t receive the recognition it should, … Read more

Is Halsey an Industry Plant? The Out-of-Touch Adults’ Guide to Kid Culture

Is Halsey an Industry Plant?  The Out-of-Touch Adults’ Guide to Kid Culture

photo: Featureflash Photo Agency (shutterstock) I don’t know about you, but I’m starting to think that every human on earth being constantly connected to a source of infinite, unverified information might actually not be the best avenue to a healthy, productive society. My evidence this week: Music industry plants, stupid new slang, a ruined Disney … Read more

Is Bitcoin Compatible With Democracy

Is Bitcoin Compatible With Democracy

This year’s Oslo Freedom Forum, a human rights conference organized by the Human Rights Foundation (HRF), took place from May 23 to May 25, 2022. It’s a yearly conference bringing together more than a thousand activists, civil society leaders, scholars, artists , technologists, business leaders and journalists with the goal of exchanging strategies, forming partnerships … Read more

Response To Warren Buffett Bitcoin

Response To Warren Buffett Bitcoin

This is an editorial opinion by Fangorn, a contributor at Bitcoin Magazine. There’s a lot to say in response to Warren Buffett’s recent Bitcoin critiques. It appears that Warren Buffett thinks bitcoin is worthless. He is wrong. Bitcoin is valuable because it represents the strongest form of property rights on a global level. Buying bitcoin … Read more

Here’s everything coming to and leaving Netflix in June 2022

Here’s everything coming to and leaving Netflix in June 2022

Juancho Hernangomez and Adam Sandler in hustleImage: Netflix We’re somehow almost in the hot, sticky month of June and with a new month comes Netflix and its juicy new content to consume. Although the NBA season is coming to a close, the Sandman has got you basketball lovers covered with his new film hustle. Starring … Read more

What’s New on Netflix in June 2022

What’s New on Netflix in June 2022

Cultural critics have spent a lot of time waxing poetical about how the streaming era—and Netflix in particular—devalues ​​creative works by turning them into mere “content” thoughtlessly plopped into a big bag of streaming detritus and expecting viewers (and a shifty algorithm) to do the rest. And while I certainly agree, it’s also undeniably a … Read more

PGA drama didn’t prevent viewership bogey; Preakness ratings stumble: Sports on TV

PGA drama didn’t prevent viewership bogey;  Preakness ratings stumble: Sports on TV

Sunday’s wild PGA Championship final round, which saw leader Mito Pereira dramatically stumbled with a double bogey on the 18th hole and Justin Thomas rally from seven strokes down to win in a playoff with Will Zalatoris, averaged 5.27 million viewers on CBS. That’s down from the average of 6.5 million who watched Phil Mickelson … Read more

Evolution Of Bitcoin Pizza Day

Evolution Of Bitcoin Pizza Day

This is an editorial opinion by Casey Carrillo, associate editor at Bitcoin Magazine. Bitcoiners have a certain penchant for taking things to the extreme. When it comes to privacy, I’ve never seen a group of people with a bigger vendetta against sharing information. If we’re talking about lifestyle, many Bitcoiners have entirely removed seed oils … Read more

Bitcoin Is A New World Country

Bitcoin Is A New World Country

Sam Abbassi is Founder and CEO of Hoseki, the proof-of-assets Bitcoin service. De Soto Dreams Of Electric Money Countries in the Global South are not poor because of culture, collective IQ, a lack of entrepreneurial spirit or market orientation; they are poor because they lack formal frameworks around property rights. Hernando de Soto discusses these … Read more

Feminist hits back at Cannes Film Festival

Feminist hits back at Cannes Film Festival

French women took on the patriarchy on the big screen and the red carpet with the Cannes screening of “Feminist Riposte”, by Marie Perennès and Simon Depardon, about the feminist activists whose influential poster campaign highlighted the scourge of sexist violence. Political protests are ostensibly banned on the red carpet at Cannes. But twice already … Read more