David is happily married with two children and lives in Portland, Oregon where he has pondered monetary theory and other less pressing but infinitely more entertaining matters since 2006. He has travelled extensively in the United States and has resided in Nebraska, Colorado, Spain, and Bolivia.
He has a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Colorado State University and an MBA from the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain with over 18 years of experience in Accounting, Finance, Treasury, and Information Systems Consulting positions both in the United States and Spain.
He is the creator of The Mint, which presents fresh ideas on Economics, Monetary Theory, and Politics. You can read The Mint at http://www.davidmint.com and you may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Money and Politics as Nature Intended, David Mint takes the reader on a mind boggling philosophical journey that will stretch and challenge their belief system around Money and Politics to an extent never before imagined.
Could it be that it is not how, but what we use as money that matters when contemplating the root causes of Climate Change and other global problems? Why What We Use as Money Matters: Unpacking the Key to Reversing the Effects of Climate Change is an Economic and Philosophical Treatise written by Monetary Theorist David Mint which explores these issues in an entertaining and thorough fashion.
Anarchy. The word conjures images from fraternity house shenanigans to rioting and looting on the streets of important cities at its mention. For most civilized persons, with these mental images close at hand, anarchy is something to be avoided at all costs. How can civilized society carry on with the threat of bombs and looting effectively slamming the brakes on human progress?
The debate between the merits of capitalism and socialism has once again moved from the quiet halls of academia to the forum of public discourse. While these competing economic systems choose differing means, they both strive to achieve the same end: A stateless utopia on earth.
What is a Bitcoin? Why is it important? Knowing the answers to these two simple questions may determine the fortunes of an entire generation. The first section is an exploration of the phenomenon of the Bitcoin and its advantages and disadvantages as money. The second section is a roadmap to Bitcoin acceptance which guides the user to the online tools necessary to conduct business in Bitcoins.
1492: Venice is the center of the western world and Christopher Columbus has just set sail from Galicia in search of a new trade route to India. As Columbus was sailing into the history books, a discovery that was far more universally beneficial was being recorded by a Franciscan monk by the name of Luca Pacioli at his monastery in Venice. It was the catalyst that launched the past into the future
Empire, and by extension modern large-scale government, is not only unnecessary, but a great hindrance to human progress. This volume explains the nature of the Imperial model and why it ensures that the worst elements of humanity will rise to power. It also presents the only known antidote to Empire, peaceful non-resistance.
The choices available to most of us are limited to the amount of money that we have available or lack at any given moment. This volume on budgeting and personal finance will equip you to dominate your "dough" situation and take hold of the opportunities that come your way.
Es obvio que la demanda por servicios telefónicos ha ido creciendo rápidamente desde el día que Alexander Graham Bell dijo sus primeras famosas palabras en la primera llamada telefónica: “¿Watson, me escuchas?” El tema dentro del mercado amplio de telefónica en España de que se trata este trabajo es sobre el servicio de mensajes cortos, o SMS y el mercado Español en 2003.
Of Money and Metals: The Operation of a Free Money Supply Explained is Volume II in the "Why what we use as Money Matters" series.
Of Money and Metals presents the fallacies of the current day practice of circulating debt in the place of money and explains the urgent need for and the operation of a free money supply.
This volume also explores the phenomenon of Bitcoins and digital currencies.
What is money? Much of one's adult life is spent gathering and protecting what they believe to be money. Given the inordinate amount of time spent by humans trying to obtain money, is it sufficient to simply define it by the name of a national currency? The premise of this book is that it is not, and the ability to correctly answer the question is what will determine the very fate of mankind.
Contemplating the end times as they are presented in the Bible can be daunting. Christians who accept the Bible as God's word vacillate somewhere between two extremes. This brief interpretation of what is to come, based on scriptures found in the Gospels and in the books of Daniel and Revelation, will help to reconcile these extremes and provide much needed wisdom and hope for the future.
In the lazy summer days of 2007, the world appeared to be getting its groove back. Few, if any, were the signs pointing to the financial catastrophe that was about to unfold.
Yet despite the feeling of relative calm and optimism, it was clear that a permanent change was occurring at the very base of society. The Subtle Change from Principles to Rules explores this change and its implications.