I’m gone; I’ve flown my nest. Some birds are never meant to be caged; their feathers are simply too strong and built for flight. True, when such birds fly away, a part of you that knows it was a sin to lock them up does indeed rejoice. However, I understand your resistance and dilemma: your… Continue reading Letter to Fear
Like most people, in May 2020, I had been self-isolating and locked down in my home for several months following the covid-19 hysteria. As a policy response, the UK government permitted residents to leave their homes only for limited purposes. One of such was for “one form of exercise a day – for example, a… Continue reading Fear, Anxiety and Despair
The Money Lab: Will Law Preserve Fiat Money from extinction or usher in new and futuristic alternatives?
What is money? where does it come from? and how is it made? There are no straightforward answers to these questions. This is strange considering that money ‘makes the world go round’ and is often attributed as the core of any capitalist market economy where mere fluctuations in its value can cause an unprecedented violence on society. Disregarding the overly… Continue reading The Money Lab: Will Law Preserve Fiat Money from extinction or usher in new and futuristic alternatives?
- Alex Nicholson, Kingsley Udofa and Alannah Collins, ‘Customer Value Theory and Cryptocurrency Regulation’ (2022) 3(1) Journal of Law, Technology and Trust.