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A Decade After Lehman Brothers Died: Mises, Satoshi, Bitcoin, and Wall Street Worship

Op-Ed September 15, 2018 brings the post-industrial financial world to a ten-year milestone. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. was officially shuttered on this day in 2008, rocking the entire planet. The event occurred just 110 days before a revolution its collapse helped to spawn: Bitcoin. A little-known economic philosopher, Ludwig von Mises, tried to warn many years […]

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This $1 million house is the first to be sold on the blockchain in the U.S.

Green Bay Packers fans have a chance to live just steps away from Lambeau Field – but it will cost them $1 million in cryptocurrency. A so-called “Packer House” — it’s one of six homes that are actually connected to the parking lot at the National Football League team’s home stadium — the three-bedroom property […]

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Henri Cartier-Bresson’s historic photos of India are to be auctioned in New York — Quartz

In 1948, the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson came to India. His timing was perfect: the newly-independent country was at a critical moment in its history, and Cartier-Bresson had unparalleled access to many of its key political leaders, including Jawaharlal Nehru and even Mahatma Gandhi himself. But it was the assassination of Gandhi that gave Cartier-Bresson […]

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