— [Tim.Bouma] (@trbouma) April 23, 2019
Here is the IMF making a case for a direct tax on deposits and cash, in order to force savers to stimulate the economy. Won't work, as savers will instead bid up prices of cash substitutes such as gold, bitcoin, vodka and toyotas. https://t.co/x3xe5T3QEA pic.twitter.com/SShwBh5kSg
— Tuur Demeester (@TuurDemeester) April 22, 2019
Programmable money, the non-bitcoin/blockchain version.
This paper analyzes the automated rules created by the users of Monzo, a mobile-only bank. i.e. "If I spend money at Domino’s Pizza, McDonalds, KFC or the local pub, then move £5 to my penalty pot." https://t.co/nXrIlqiAvP pic.twitter.com/7kCVIXs62T
— JP Koning (@jp_koning) April 21, 2019
24% of people in UK don't have a passport, 26% of adults don't have a driving licence. There'll be some with one but not the other, still leaves a lot of people without necessary ID. Voter ID targets a non-issue by overwhelmingly excluding poorer voters. https://t.co/AoVIDXGr6P
— Daniel Gibson (@dlsgibson) April 17, 2019
"By mandating truly user-centric outcomes as a legal requirement both the end result and the imperative to achieved it is established in a meaningful form."
Tell Us Once – The Single Most Important Digital Government Policy. https://t.co/LDFl0vwkoq
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) April 16, 2019