CeX, Drugs, and a Fond Farewell
John Law recaps the week's news and forecasts the future, in his final column for CoinDesk.
Apr 20, 2014 at 10:24 a.m. UTC
Apr 20, 2014
John Law is an 18th century Scottish entrepreneur, financial engineer and gambler. Having reformed the French economy, invented paper currency, state banks, the Mississippi Bubble and other ideas essential to modern economics, he took three hundred years off in a small cottage outside Bude. He has returned to write for CoinDesk on the foibles of digital currency.