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Entropy and Decentralisation

Posted 26 September 2017 Entropy and Decentralisation
Written by Jon Gulson

Investment markets are complex systems and difficult to model, however many financial analysts attempt to predict volatility.

Entropy is one method used; reflecting its wider definition - a measure of disorder or chaos in a thermodynamic system (the greater the entropy the greater the chaos; or in this case, volatility).

Day traders like cryptocurrency because of the volatility (they can’t find elsewhere). It appeals to their need for fast moving, multiple returning and risk based markets. And the attraction of a new frontier (without the burden of regulation) has seen 100’s of new crypto hedge funds open in the last few months.

The changing basis of money means old money faces redundancy.

As players look toward markets that aren’t rigged or captive to unforeseen forces, cryptocurrency exchanges will become decentralised to counter censorship and fraud. 

This evolution will transform the nature of financial centre's and the conurbations which surround them, moving spontaneously toward thermodynamic equilibrium.

Written by Jon Gulson
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