Cryptocountries

This post builds on Balaji Srinivasan’s How to Start a New Country essay. Cryptocountries will have their own currencies, laws, contracts, and citizenship requirements. Most cryptocountries will start without any physical property and will have legal statuses closer to cooperatives vs. a corporation or a country. Currencies should serve their countries, not vice versa. Example:Continue reading “Cryptocountries”

Thanedar’s Game

Think: Axelrod’s Tournament meets Model UN. Problem: Real-world political and economic experiments take decades to demonstrate their ultimate successes and failures and can lead to significant hardship and loss of life. Design and implement political and economic systems for your Cryptocountry to compete for Citizens and Wealth. Featuring Protocols and Gameplay that make it easyContinue reading “Thanedar’s Game”