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Resources from Census for Understanding Crypto

Bitcoin Adoption: Where are We?

Bitcoin first appeared in 2009 as a novelty. It wasn’t long before it became a toy. Then hedge funds and serious investors began to take notice. More and more often, the applications of Bitcoin take on a maturity that makes its previous lives seem very quaint. Where does the world stand on the adoption of Bitcoin?

Why People Should be Running Nodes and What it Means for Their Sovereignty?

We all know Bitcoin and cryptocurrency hold vast promise for liberating the unbanked and others who are not well-served by the traditional financial infrastructure. But something that is often overlooked is the benefits that come from running a Bitcoin node. Running a Bitcoin node helps the Bitcoin community as a whole, but it also offers tremendous benefits for the node owner as well.

Stablecoins: The Money 2.0

Stablecoins are a type of cryptocurrency whose value is pegged to another asset or basket of assets. As the name implies, the concept of stablecoins is to provide stability to their value and to serve as an asset that is not correlated to Bitcoin and altcoins.

The Austrian Way – Part 3

In this series, Aaron Koenig introduces you to the Austrian School of Economics in an easily digestable way. You don’t need to be an economist nor an Austrian to understand what Bitcoin has to do with this school of thought, which was founded in Vienna in the 19th century.

The Austrian Way – Part 1

In this series, Aaron Koenig introduces you to the Austrian School of Economics in an easily digestable way. You don’t need to be an economist nor an Austrian to understand what Bitcoin has to do with this school of thought, which was founded in Vienna in the 19th century.