I was in an interesting discussion about digital currency today and was asked for a reading list, so here is the bibliography from The Currency Cold War…
Birch, D. Identity is the New Money. London Publishing Partnership (London: 2014).
Birch, D. Before Baylon, Beyond Bitcoin. London Publishing Partnership (London: 2017).
Brunton, F. Digital Cash—The Unknown History of the Anarchists, Utopians and Technologists Who Created
Cryptocurrency. Princeton (Princeton, NJ: 2019).
Casey, M. and P. Vigna. The Age of Cryptocurrency—How Bitcoin and the Blockchain Are Challenging the Global Economic Order. St. Martin’s (2015).
Cooley, J. Currency Wars—Forging Money to Break Economies. Constable (London: 2008).
Davies, R. Extreme Economies: Survival, Failure, Future Lessons from the World’s Limits. Bantam (London: 2019).
Ferguson, N. The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World. Penguin (London: 2012).
Frankopan, P. The New Silk Roads. Bloomsbury (London: 2018).
Guttman, R. Cybercash—The Coming Era of Electronic Money. Palgrave Macmillian (New York: 2003).
Lynch, D. and Lundquist, L. Digital Money—The New Era of Internet Commerce. John Wiley (New York, NY: 1996).
Rickards, J. Currency Wars—The Making of the Next Global Crisis. Portfolio (New York, NY: 2012).
Rogoff, K. The Curse of Cash. Princeton University Press (Princeton, 2016).
Townsend, E. Beyond Blockchain: The Death of the Dollar and the Rise of Digital Currency. Independent (2018).
Wilson, P. Hostile Money—Currencies in Conflict. The History Press (Stroud, 2019).