All posts by Max Bibeau

Lil Pump

Lil Pump Is a True Libertarian Icon

[Satire] Lil Pump, through his hatred of the establishment and disregard for victimless crime laws, proves his status as a libertarian.

Cryptocurrency Is Alive and Better Than Ever

Despite the public opinion on cryptocurrency, the technology is constantly being improved and prepared for the next big thing.

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Texas Border Patrol Agent Juan Ortiz Charged with Murders

Following the deaths of four women in Texas, police have arrested border patrol officer Juan Ortiz on the grounds of murder and assault.

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New Studies Find Few Costs, Many Benefits to Carbon Tax

Despite recent criticism of a federal carbon tax, a collection of new nonpartisan studies seem to definitively prove its benefits.

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Democrats’ and Republicans’ Morals Prevent Compromise

The political parties cannot agree on what constitutes a "fair" society.


How Stellar Blows Ripple Out Of The Water

How Stellar's technology blows Ripple out of the water.


VeChain’s 2018 Rebrand: What You Need To Know

The VeChain team is already making huge strides within the IoT market, but they’re looking to go even further.


Blockchain Meets Politics: How Voatz is Redefining What it Means to Vote

Cryptocurrency is currently the primary focus of the blockchain, and it’s what’s generating all of the hype surrounding it. However, the blockchain doesn’t need to just be limited to just currency, and one startup is proving why.

The Banker’s Bitcoin: How Ripple is Against the Goal of Cryptocurrency

By Max Bibeau | USA Cryptocurrency is a newly popularized method of transferring value. It prides itself primarily on three things: decentralization, security, and its lack of banking influence. However, while popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) check all of these boxes, Ripple (XRP) finds itself surprisingly lacking. As Ripple becomes a serious ...

Is NEO The Future of Smart Contracts?

Ethereum is the current leader in creating a "smart economy." But could NEO challenge that title?