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The founder of Custodia Bank discusses the future of bitcoin and banking.
New legislation would intervene in the credit card market to help businesses like Target and Walmart, who don't like the fees they have to pay to accept credit card payments.
Caitlin Long's Custodia Bank will hold 108 percent of customer funds on deposit...if the Federal Reserve will allow it to open.
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"If you don't trust central authority, then you should see this immediately as something that is very problematic," says the Florida governor.
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The main driver behind the reduction is inflation—inflation that politicians created with their irresponsible spending.
A responsible political class would significantly reform the organization. Instead, they will likely continue to give it more power.
Vernon Smith weighs in on Biden's budget, how government causes inflation, and why bailing out Silicon Valley Bank was a bad idea.
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Fiscal stimulus during the pandemic contributed to an increase in inflation of about 2.6 percentage points.
The Lords of Easy Money argues that the Fed created an economy with nearly irresistible incentives for foolish choices.
If lawmakers keep spending like they are, and if the Fed backs down from taming inflation, then the government may create a perfect storm.
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Food prices were up 0.5 percent during November, even as energy prices fell by about 1.6 percent.
It's especially outrageous when considering the billions of dollars in fraud that took place thanks to COVID-19 relief programs.
If the midterms favor Republicans, their top priority needs to be the fight against inflation—whether or not they feel like they created the problem.
Prices for food and housing continued to rise but were offset by lower gas and energy prices.
Democrats Are Trying To Push Through Another 'Build Back Better' Bill. It Would Only Make Inflation Worse.
Here's hoping we don't wind up with more of the spending and favoritism that's become so common.
The economy is spinning, but we’ve proven there are viable ways to slow it down to more bearable levels.
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The self-described freedom maximalist explains why he isn't put off bitcoin by its decline since last November.
It would force us to "live within our means," says the president of the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity.
The president's argument is amazing for its tone-deafness, inconsistent thinking, and sheer economic ignorance.
Inflation damages the economy while doing the greatest harm to the most vulnerable.
Biden's three-point plan to tackle inflation is really a one-point plan: Let the Federal Reserve handle this mess.
The self-described "freedom maximalist" and former hedge fund manager talks "incorruptible money," Austrian economics, and why Satoshi Nakamoto's invention is unstoppable.
There is seldom any meaningful accountability for government incompetence.