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Erik Vollstädt

Bitnation Lead Ambassador and Community Director. Born 1993, aspiring entrepreneur and champion of voluntary societies & private property ethics. Proponent of counter-economics and competing market currencies, such as cryptocurrencies. Represented Bitnation as Lead Ambassador since 2015 at the Riga Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies Meetup, the iBGEk basic income stage discussion in Klagenfurt (Austria), the Cointelegraph Blockchain Conference in Helsinki, the Zündfunk Netzkongress in Munich, at itnig for the Barcelona Bitcoin Community during the Mobile World Congress 2017 and at the Bitnation DevCon 2017 in Amsterdam. Author of the Bitnation blog. Media appearances include Shift (Deutsche Welle), Der Fehlende Part (RT Germany) and Zündfunk (BR2). Coordinates Bitnation's ambassador network globally and organizes meetups all over Europe. Graduated in Business Innovation & Technology Management (M.Sc.) in Girona (Catalunya, Spain). Wants to live an international lifestyle.

Was ist Bitnation? – Das Googlement

 

Ortsunabhängige Staatsleistungsanbieter

 

1. Ziel

Das Westfälische System hat ausgedient und die künstlich geschaffenen Linien auf den Karten, auch als Grenzen bekannt, die einst Stabilität versprachen, sind nun aufgrund ihres Anspruchs auf Einheitslösungen Verursacher von Unsicherheit und Gefahr. Das Nationalstaatenmodell bietet wenig bis gar keine persönliche Wahlfreiheit, vor allem in Bezug auf räumliche Bewegung und die Wahl der Anbieter von Staatsleistungen. Man unterstellt den Menschen, dass sie alle mit denselben Gesetzen und Diensten zufrieden sind, und dass nur, weil sie in derselben geographischen Region leben. Obwohl sich viele Menschen ein Leben ohne Staat nicht vorstellen können – sie glauben es kommt zu großem Chaos – wollen sie doch meistens unterschiedliche Niveaus an Staatsleistungen.

Qu’est-ce que c’est Bitnation? – Le Googlement

GOOGLEMENTS

Agrégateurs de Services de Gouvernance Contingent Non-Géographiquement Lié

1. Objectif

La construction de Westphalie est obsolète, et les lignes arbitrairement tracées connu comme frontières, qui étaient autrefois censés assurer la stabilité, sont maintenant la cause directe de l’instabilité, en raison de leur design “taille unique”. Le modèle de l’État-nation offre peu ou pas de liberté individuelle de choix, en termes de mouvement géographique et choix des fournisseurs de services de gouvernance. Les gens sont supposés être contenu avec les mêmes règles et services comme tout le monde autour d’eux, tout simplement par la vertu de vivre dans la même zone géographique. Pourtant, beaucoup de gens ne peuvent pas imaginer un monde sans gouvernements, qu’ils croient qu’il va sombrer dans le chaos — et la plupart des gens veulent divers degrés de services que les gouvernements sont censés fournir.

What is Bitnation? – The Googlement

GOOGLEMENTS

Non-Geographically Contingent Governance Service Aggregators

1. Purpose

The Westphalian construct is outdated, and the arbitrarily drawn lines called borders, which were once supposed to provide stability, are now the direct cause of instability, due to their ‘one size fits all’ design. The nation state model offers little to no personal liberty of choice, in terms of geographical movement, and choice of governance service providers. People are assumed to be content with the same rules and services as everybody around them, simply by the virtue of living in the same geographical area. Yet many people cannot fathom a world without governments, they believe it will descend into chaos — and most people do want various degrees of services governments are supposed to provide.

What is Bitnation? – The Googlement

GOOGLEMENTS

Non-Geographically Contingent Governance Service Aggregators

1. Purpose

The Westphalian construct is outdated, and the arbitrarily drawn lines called borders, which were once supposed to provide stability, are now the direct cause of instability, due to their ‘one size fits all’ design. The nation state model offers little to no personal liberty of choice, in terms of geographical movement, and choice of governance service providers. People are assumed to be content with the same rules and services as everybody around them, simply by the virtue of living in the same geographical area. Yet many people cannot fathom a world without governments, they believe it will descend into chaos — and most people do want various degrees of services governments are supposed to provide.