Peer-to-Peer Lending By Doug French


Peer-to-peer lending is an increasingly powerful way to circumvent the Federal Reserve and federal banking.  It’s a remarkable private market in which private individuals with money to invest and private individuals who need loans can cut out the nanny state middlemen.

Doug French, a banker for 22 years, explains how to get started in this budding industry.  With P2P lending, agorism has come to banking!

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  • Michael Magan

    Peer-to-Peer Lending Guide Discussion

    Kick off the discussion on Doug French’s guide, Think Outside the Bank: Peer-to-Peer Lending! Questions, comments, observations or elaborations? Either reply here or create a new discussion using the tag Guide_peer-to-peer-lending.

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  • Jonathan Garneau

    Bitcoin p2p lending experience?

    I was wondering if anyone had any experience with p2p lending with bitcoins? I can see there seems to be a bunch of cryptocurrency p2p lending sites. Does anybody have any experience with them? I’ve already mined some bitcoins and was thinking it might be interesting to capture a yield on them. Alternatively, I was thinking if the p2p bitcoin is crap and it’s too risky not to get paid back, to take the other side of the trade: borrow (maybe to buy some more mining equipment) and then default on the loan…

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