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Nicolas Cachanosky

Elastic Cryptocurrency Supplies: A Step in the Right Direction

A fixed money supply is not a good monetary rule. Efforts to move toward more elastic supplies should be welcomed.

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J.P. Koning

Money Is Privacy

Financial privacy does not get much attention from central bankers. But questions about privacy are becoming increasingly important.

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William J. Luther

Should the U.S. Issue Supernotes?

J.P. Koning argues that the U.S. government should issue—and tax—$500- and $1,000-denomination notes. James McAndrews, Joshua Hendrickson, and William Luther respond.

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Jeffrey Tucker

The Dark Side of Crypto Entrepreneurship

Bitcoin and crypto in general are especially susceptible to shady operations. People assume two things about this sector: 1) it is too hard for normal people to understand, and 2) if you are not in, you are missing out. This is a perfect opportunity for the con man.

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Veronique de Rugy

The Facts about Immigration and Crime

Right now, there are few legal avenues for low-skilled immigrants to work and live in the United States. And the avenues that do exist are too bureaucratic to be usable. So when people tell you they want undocumented immigrants who currently reside in the U.S. – and who clean our homes, mow our lawns, take care of our children and serve us at restaurants -– to come legally, they demonstrate their utter ignorance. There is often no such option for these immigrants.

 

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Donald J. Boudreaux

The Jets, the Sharks, and a Trade Agreement

The following tale about trade, protectionism, and trade agreements is more realistic than it seems on the surface.

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