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Fri Oct 20 05:18:25 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> it's almost like an economic Dunning-Kruger effect, many folks out here imagine that this is a developing area struggling to catch up, meanwhile back stateside, well you know the rest
Tue Oct 17 16:44:12 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> "I'm standing by this as fact [that epidermal albedo is the dominant factor in economies and all societies for 5000 years have been socially incompetent orcs]"
Mon Oct 16 01:31:21 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> well i guess we gotta try to maintain a laundry based economy somehow
Thu Sep 14 15:33:34 UTC 2017 <jurov> sure, but btcminer went economically unusable very quickly
Thu Aug 31 10:34:49 UTC 2017 <punkman> "The premium mediocre gentry are the cultural market makers and stone-soup instigators that the new economy needs to emerge."
Fri Aug 25 17:36:58 UTC 2017 <pankkake> triggered by economics
Mon Aug 07 14:56:58 UTC 2017 <kakobrekla> there might be existing poor-mans-economy where they dig through the trash and try to extract a few cents out of it
Mon Aug 07 14:52:12 UTC 2017 <punkman> keeps the economy moving eh
Sun Jul 30 17:10:09 UTC 2017 <assbot> Logged on 30-07-2017 06:33:29; punkman: https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-07-26/in-a-robot-economy-all-humans-will-be-marketers
Sun Jun 11 15:24:19 UTC 2017 <lukas__> https://github.com/creath/cpc/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L1055 <-- nice economics here
Sat Jun 03 18:59:30 UTC 2017 <marginal> a lot depends on what the fed does this 13th, if they tighten that's more stress on a global economy living on ZIRP/NIRP
Thu Jun 01 03:53:50 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> adlai, perhaps you are referring to the fact that 28800 eth will be created per day in perpetuity, yeah i get that the longterm economics doesn't look good
Fri May 19 01:54:50 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> and if some bankers claim their US dollar reserves disappeared somehow or are not 10 times larger, most economic activity here won't be affected in any way
Thu May 18 21:21:14 UTC 2017 <soiled> So long as the Fed is intent to raise in a world stuck on ZIRP, something is going to break somewhere. %70 of global GDP involves the dollar somehow.. Fed is pretty much setting monetary policy for the globe at this point. literally the most powerful people on the planet within an economic context.
Wed Apr 12 11:53:07 UTC 2017 <funkenstein_> however "realistic economics for post-crash world" and "please send me dollars" don't really go together very well do they
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