Philosophy of Cryptocurrencies

Tomasson, K. (2018). Bitcoin: Bauble or Bullion? Penn Journal of Philosophy, Politics & Economics, 13(1), 2.

Campbell-Verduyn, M., & Hütten, M. (2019). Beyond scandal? Blockchain technologies and the legitimacy of post-2008 finance. Finance and Society, 5(2), 126–144.

Malherbe, L., Montalban, M., Bédu, N., & Granier, C. (2019). Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain: Opportunities and Limits of a New Monetary Regime. International Journal of Political Economy, 48(2), 127–152.

Dallyn, S. (2017). Cryptocurrencies as market singularities: the strange case of Bitcoin. Journal of Cultural Economy, 10(5), 462–473.

Butler, S. (2021). The Philosophy of Bitcoin and the Question of Money. Theory, Culture and Society, 026327642110498.

Bjerg, O. (2016). How is Bitcoin Money? Theory, Culture & Society, 33(1), 53–72.

Fama, M., Lucarelli, S., & Orzi, R. (2020). Rethinking money, rebuilding communities: A multidimensional analysis of crypto and complementary currencies. In Partecipazione e Conflitto (Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 337–359).

Nelms, T. C., Maurer, B., Swartz, L., & Mainwaring, S. (2018). Social Payments: Innovation, Trust, Bitcoin, and the Sharing Economy. Theory, Culture and Society, 35(3), 13–33.

Peters, G., Panayi, E., & Chapelle, A. (2015). Trends in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies: A monetary theory and regulation perspective. Journal of Financial Perspectives, 3(3).

Amato, M. (2018). The bitcoin or the reality of a waking dream. Critical Junctures in Mobile Capital, 268–276.

Doria, L. (2020). The cybernetic ethos of cryptocurrencies: Economic and social dimensions. Partecipazione e Conflitto, 13(1), 384–408.

Swartz, L. (2018). What was Bitcoin, what will it be? The techno-economic imaginaries of a new money technology. Cultural Studies, 32(4), 623–650.

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Money & Digitality

O’Dwyer, R. (2019). Cache society: transactional records, electronic money, and cultural resistance. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(2), 133–153.

Mader, P. (2016). Card crusaders, cash infidels and the holy grails of digital financial inclusion. Behemoth-A Journal on Civilisation, 9(2), 59–81.

Scott, B. (2018). Cash in the era of the digital payments panopticon. MoneyLab Reader, 2.

Peneder, M. (2021). Digitization and the evolution of money as a social technology of account. Journal of Evolutionary Economics.

Tkacz, N. (2019). Money’s new abstractions: Apple Pay and the economy of experience. Distinktion, 20(3), 264–283.

Grossman, J. H. (2019). Passing cash from bank notes to bitcoin: standardizing money. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(4), 299–316.

Garratt, R. J., & van Oordt, M. R. C. (2021). Privacy as a public good: A case for electronic cash. Journal of Political Economy, 129(7), 2157–2180.

Kregel, J. (2021). The Economic Problem: From Barter to Commodity Money to Electronic Money. SSRN Electronic Journal, 982.

Didenko, A., & Buckley, R. P. (2018). The Evolution of Currency: Cash to Cryptos to Sovereign Digital Currencies. SSRN Electronic Journal, 42, 1041.

Mützel, S. (2021). Unlocking the payment experience: Future imaginaries in the case of digital payments. New Media and Society, 23(2), 284–301.

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Bankov, K. (2019). From gold to futurity: a semiotic overview on trust, legal tender and fiat money. Social Semiotics, 29(3), 336–350.

Hindriks, F., & Sandberg, J. (2021). Money: What it is and what it should be. Journal of Social Ontology, 6(2), 237–243.

Mildenberger, C. D. (2021). Money, its functions and the moral limits of their re-design. Inquiry (United Kingdom), 1–22.

Agha, A. (2017). Money talk and conduct from cowries to bitcoin. Signs and Society, 5(2), 293–355.

Koddenbrock, K. (2019). Money and moneyness: thoughts on the nature and distributional power of the ‘backbone’ of capitalist political economy. Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(2), 101–118.

Wullweber, J. (2019). Money, state, hegemony: A political ontology of money. New Political Science, 41(2), 313–328.

Scharding, T. (2019). National currency, world currency, cryptocurrency: A Fichtean approach to the Ethics of Bitcoin. Business and Society Review, 124(2), 219–238.

Ferry, E. (2016). On not being a sign: gold’s semiotic claims. Signs and Society, 4(1), 57–79.

Hull, I., & Sattath, O. (2021). Revisiting the Properties of Money. SSRN Electronic Journal.

Carruthers, B. G., & Arslan, M. (2019). Sovereignty, Law, and Money: New Developments. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 15, 521–538.

Larue, L. (2020). The Ecology of Money: A Critical Assessment. Ecological Economics, 178(April).

Amato, M. (2020). The nature of money in a clearing system: From liquidity to liquidness. Partecipazione e Conflitto, 13(1), 409–437.

Vasantkumar, C. (2019). Towards a commodity theory of token money: on ‘Gold standard thinking in a fiat currency world.’ Journal of Cultural Economy, 12(4), 317–335.

Hayes, A. (2021). World monies or money-worlds : A new perspective on cryptocurrencies and their moneyness. Finance and Society, 7(2), 130-39.

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