The idea of the Bitcoiner Book Club is to discuss books that seem relevant to the subjects and themes related to bitcoin, or otherwise found to be meaningful or interesting to bitcoiners (at a minimum), and therefore worthy of discussion / review.
'When Money Dies' by Adam Fergusson is one such book, so we got a crew together to discuss.
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