Bitcoin, Britain, and Banking

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January 19, 2014 | La Antigua Guatemala | Duración:..
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Table of contents
  • Initial credits
  • Introduction
  • Journey to political reform
  • Problem with central banking
  • How to get interest rates set by the market
  • Cobden Centre
  • From aerospace to financial reform
  • How has your message been received?
  • UK in the future
  • Bitcoin
  • Acknowledgements
  • Final credits
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Steve Baker discusses his journey from aerospace engineer to political reformer. He presents his views on free trade and world peace, financial reform, and Bitcoin. Steve explains why central banking is damaging to social progress and proposes a system in which interest rates are set by markets. Steve also talks about the goals of the Cobden Centre, a market-liberal think tank he co-founded. Finally, he talks about his vision for the future of the UK.



 
 
 



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Steve Baker

Steve Baker
Steve Baker is a British Conservative Party politician and member of parliament. He is a former aerospace engineer with the Royal Air Force and a former software engineer. He is co-founder of the Cobden Centre, a market-liberal think tank that focuses on monetary policy.


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Last update: 28/03/2014

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