Reinvent.Money Takes Place September 26 In Rotterdam ...

Antal E. Fekete. In Part One I discussed the clear and present danger to pension rights: deflation as manifested by the interest rates structure that has been falling for thirty years, while most observers think that the real danger is inflation. In this second part I carry out a deeper analysis of the pension problem, looking at the marginal productivity of labor and capital and its relevance ... Up first, there is the Economics Panel, which will feature Stacy Herbert – co-host of the Keiser Report – with Edin Mujagic – highly critical of current central bank policy – and Antal Fekete. Mr. Fekete is a monetary scientist, and his insights into the possible future of money will be of great interest. Ganz unrecht hatte Nobelpreisträger Shiller zunächst nicht. Damals krachte die Bitcoin-Blase zusammen, der Preis kam von 19.000 Dollar herunter. Am 23.01.2018 notierte Bitcoin bei 10.700 Dollar. _____ Professor Antal Fekete Antal E. Fekete, Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland, was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1932. He graduated from the Loránt Eötvös University of Budapest in mathematics in 1955. He left Hungary in the wake of the 1956 anti-Communist uprising that was brutally put down by the occupying Soviet troops. Once created, the new Bitcoin is put into an electronic ‘wallet’. It is then possible to trade real goods or Fiat currency for Bitcoins… and vice versa. Furthermore, as there is no central issuer of Bitcoins, it is all highly distributed, thus resistant to being ‘managed’ by authority. Naturally proponents of Bitcoin, those who benefit from the growth of Bitcoin, insist rather loudly ...

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