The Satoshi Revolution explores crypto’s core principles, such as spontaneous order, as well as its crucial role in the evolution of private money within society.
In 2009, Bitcoin flashed across the internet, and the world changed forever. The Satoshi Revolution defiantly declares the philosophic and economic context that explains how crypto is freedom in action. The battleground is liberty versus power, the free market and society versus the state. Ideas form the frontline.
The Satoshi Revolution weaves the concepts of Austrian economics, such as spontaneous order and methodological individualism, into the narrative of how money evolved as an engine of freedom, prosperity, and progress for individuals and society.
From primitive times to the days of encryption, The Satoshi Revolution sketches the role of private money in fueling the commerce upon which human rights and dignity depend. And, then, the state. The issuance and flow of money was monopolized to benefit those in power; the true producers of wealth were impoverished and enslaved. It doesn’t need to be this way.
The Satoshi Revolution explores how private currencies circulated efficiently in colonial times and how they emerged again today to enrich individuals, not the elite. It analyzes the role of privacy, decentralization, and other traditional bulwarks of freedom in this process.
In short, The Satoshi Revolution provides an intellectual home for crypto and a blueprint on how a free society can build around it. Read it today!