Essay of the Day: The Political Economy of Bitcoin | P2P
Oct 02, 2014 · * Essay: The (A)Political Economy of Bitcoin.By Vasilis Kostakis, Chris Giotitsas. Triple C, Vol 12, No 2 (2014) From the Abstract: “The still raging financial crisis of 2007–2008 has enabled the emergence of several alternative practices concerning the production, circulation and use of money.
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How does Bitcoin work? Bitcoin is a virtual network that allows users to transfer digital coins to each other. Each bitcoin consists of a unique chain of digital signatures that is stored in a digital wallet installed on the user's computer. The wallet generates keys used for sending and receiving coins.
The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism
Yet supporters of Bitcoin and its blockchain technology subscribe to a form of cyberlibertarianism that depends to a surprising extent on far-right political thought. The Politics of Bitcoin exposes how much of the economic and political thought on which this cryptocurrency is based emerges from ideas that travel the gamut, from Milton Friedman ...
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TripleC 12(2):431 -440; DOI: 10.31269 ... which scrutinizes the rationality and political project underlying Bitcoin (Blanchette 2011;Kostakis and Bauwens ... examines the political economy of ...
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The (a)political economy of Bitcoin. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, 12 (2), 1−10. 1.1. 2014. Kostakis, V.; Papachristou, M. (2014). Commons-based peer production and digital fabrication: The case of a RepRap-based, Lego-built 3D printing-milling machine. ... Kostakis, V. (2011). The Political Economy of Information Production ...
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Jul 23, 2013 · KOSTAKIS, Vasilis. The Political Economy of Information Production in the Social Web: Chances for Reflection on our Institutional Design. Contemporary Social Science, v. 7 (3), p. 305-319, 2012.
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(Kostakis and Giotitsas 2014) Bauwens and Kostakis argue that Bitcoin is not a community-based project, but a currency that reflects a new type of capitalism – “distributed” capitalism (Kostakis, Bauwens, and Niaros 2015) based on the liberal political ideology advocating the elimination of the state in favor of individual sovereignty.
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New essay: The political economy of Bitcoin | P2P Foundation
Jul 04, 2014 · The open access journal tripleC recently published a new reflection on Bitcoin and distributed capitalism titled “The (A)Political Economy of Bitcoin”.. The abstract: The still raging financial crisis of 2007–2008 has enabled the emergence of several alternative practices concerning the production, circulation and use of money.
CC: Creative Commons License, 2014. The (A)Political Economy
Abstract: The still raging financial crisis of 2007–2008 has enabled the emergence of several alternative practices concerning the production, circulation, and use of money. This essay explores the political economy of the Bitcoin ecosystem.
The Price of Political Uncertainty: Theory and Evidence from
Options whose lives span political events tend to be more expensive. Such options provide valuable protection against the price, variance, and tail risks associated with political events. This protection is more valuable in a weaker economy and amid higher political uncertainty. The effects of political uncertainty spill over across countries.
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Towards a political ecology of the digital economy: Socio-environmental implications of two competing value models ... Vasilis Kostakis, Andreas Roos, Michel Bauwens ...
The invisible politics of Bitcoin: governance crisis of a
Abstract Bitcoin is a decentralised currency and payment system that seeks to eliminate the need for trusted authorities. It relies on a peer-to-peer network and cryptographic protocols to perform the functions of traditional financial intermediaries, such as verifying transactions and preserving the integrity of the system.
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Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia, [email protected] University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, [email protected] Abstract: Today, two great signs of change are occurring. On the one hand, the capitalist world economy is putting tremendous pressure on the earth's biosphere and bringing an onslaught of de-
Economics – Bitcoin Academic Research
An Empirical Analysis of the Bitcoin Transaction Network – Dániel Kondor, Márton Pósfai, István Csabai, Gábor Vattay Link to Paper. Exploring the Bitcoin System: a Complex EconoSociotechnical Systems (CEST) Perspective – Nikunj Dalal Link to Paper. The (A)Political Economy of Bitcoin – Vasilis Kostakis, Chris Giotitsas Link to Paper