That's in line with the study. It found about a quarter attributable to genetics.
Decentralized non-state money that can't be artificially inflated
Good luck. The signals coming out of Canada have been pretty bleak for a while now.
Heritability can be either genetic or learned, and there is good evidence for a genetic component.
To a first approximation it will probably be pretty similar.
However, I think because Bitcoiners tend to have low time preference, and that's a heritable trait, future generations are less likely to squander it.
Between where we are and where most of us think we're going, there is going to be a lot of economic upheaval. I think there's a very good chance Bitcoiners will be scapegoated and demonized as we go through it. In times like that, it's wise to either be too big to be taken down or not make yourself a target.
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Good for you. That's also entirely beside the point.
I think you're conflating "partisan" and "political". The fact that politicians expend effort trying to deal with Bitcoiners makes them a political force.
Unless you think the political landscape would be exactly the same with or without Bitcoiners, then they are a political force.
It's similar to saying anarchists are a political force.
Absolutely, that's why I try to help new on-ramp ideas, whether they really speak to me or not.
What seems to be needed are more intermediate Bitcoin resources. There are a lot of personalities who will mention Bitcoin and that might spark an interest and there are a lot of great resources for people who have thrown themselves into the Bitcoin world. However, it is a bit daunting getting from the former to the later.
This is one of the reasons I love Fountain and hope SN will broaden it's content. It's also why I try to support new projects that will have appeal beyond those who are already all in on Bitcoin.
Would you say that you're a balance maxi, then?
circuits or cartoon robots?
They've been doing them for a while. That's where I heard about SN.
He's been good on the most important issues, even when it goes against the regime, and he emphasizes the issues he's best on.
I'm generally pretty anti-voting, but I think people should at least turn out to vote for him in the primaries.
Talking about the role of greed in economics is about as illuminating as talking about the role of gravity in plane crashes.
Good luck. Let us know if you anything really unlocks your productivity.
I've recently started a new plan to deal with frequent context switching and getting bogged down in low marginal value work. Each week, I'm ranking my top four priorities and devoting one day to each of them.
That might mean limiting your number of concurrent projects, or just putting some on the back burner for a week.
I'm a big proponent of taking breaks to stretch or walk around, whenever you start feeling burnt out.
Fortunately for me, my wife handles the meals.
There will still be entrepreneurs who discover profit opportunities and people with bitcoin reserves to help with funding.
Fixed money supply doesn't mean there's no economic growth. If a venture expects to make a profit, then they could afford to pay back a loan with interest.
I think you're probably imagining something like money vanishing after a loan is paid, rather than it going back into circulation. You could pay back a loan with the same bitcoin over and over again, if you happened to be earning it back between payments.