The Currency Revolution: Understanding The Next Great Economic Phenomenon
Daniel Mark Harrison, author
Not since the publication of The Wealth of Nations in 1776 has there been such an important and historically-significant book written as The Currency Revolution by Daniel Mark Harrison. In The Currency Revolution, Harrison analyses currencies in fiat and digital form alike, proposing radical yet sound new economic theories in the process that will have us redefine the way that trade and tender is carried out today. Among the new theories that Harrison proposes are: •\tThe Value Coeval – a new type of value configuration specifically-applicable to the Internet of Things Economy that is drawn from the works of Norwegian economists Oeystein and Fjellstad •\tZ-Efficiency – a brand new mathematical calculation using Harvey Leibenstein’s X-Efficiency theory as the basis for which major currency pairs such as the US dollar and the Japanese Yen will wither in the face of the oncoming currency revolution •\t The Bipolar Equilibrium – a new demand-oriented supply-demand uptake framework that converts marginal cost into capital gains income so that research and development, staff costs and other traditionally burdensome sunk business costs are a thing of the past No author today understands or explores international and digital asset finance with as much skill and precision as Daniel Mark Harrison. While most books about the Blockchain and digital assets focus on the mechanics of the software, Harrison takes the dialog a stage further, examining how the currency revolution will impact businesses, regional and national economies of scale, and as a result, ultimately societies, too. The Currency Revolution is the only ever book to cover the rise of the digital asset movement and Blockchain technology as an avant-garde economic event of its own. Drawing on countless data references, hypothesising new economic theories for a contemporary, connected world, Daniel Mark Harrison lifts the lid on the explosion of value that is going on under the surface of our economy today, and points to where it will lead us in the future. The Currency Revolution is nothing short of a brand new, controversial must-read for technologists and economists alike.