Dusty Wunderlich is a fintech entrepreneur and economic theorist. Dusty’s current efforts are focused on research, advisory, and thought leadership for the next generation of financial technologies and economic models. Dusty’s overall economic philosophy is based on Austrian economic principles and three white papers he authored titled “The Problem of Big Data: An A Priori Epistemological Approach to Technological Advancement”, “The Great Disruption: How Fintech will Transform Banking” and “A Case for Cryptocurrecncy: Commodity Money for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”

Dusty’s led multiple financial technology companies and projects that range from algorithmic based lending to blockhain development.  Dusty regularly speaks and writes on economics and entrepreneurship, his work has been published in Forbes, Entrepreneur,, USA Today, and TEDx.  Before his career as an entrepreneur, Dusty spent his time learning the markets working on private equity and M&A transactions.

An avid student of the markets and advocate for sound economic models driven by innovative technologies, Dusty is determined to drive social change by building better financial and economic models. When he’s not in a passionate pursuit of disruption, Dusty is studying philosophy and training for his next mountaineering endeavor.


Logos is the Greek word for logic but has had many different meanings at different points in history.  In the bible, the Christians referred to Logos as the word of God and from which all things were made. Aristotle recognized Logos at reasoned discourse, the logic behind an argument.  The Stoic philosophers interpreted Logos as the governing reason of the Universe.  Logos is deeply entrenched throughout history and represents logic, reason, and truth in some form.  Logos is the motivation behind my blog and my commitment to a life long pursuit of truth through logical and reasoned discourse.

I believe the greatest pursuit in life is seeking truth and why I started this blog as a way to pass along my lessons, victories, defeats and life experiences I gain by seeking truth. I have been taught many great lessons from those that have taken the time to put words on paper and this is my way of giving back to those authors by doing the same.  I only hope that my words have the same influence as those I have drawn knowledge and wisdom from.