Part eight of our interview series with Bitnation’s international ambassadors, this time with Tetsu Oishi from Japan, now residing in Vietnam.
By Erin Lace
A decentralized project called Refugee Emergency Response (BRER) was recently launched by Bitnation to help resolve the current refugee crisis in Europe by registering undocumented individuals on the blockchain.
By Pedro Rivera
It’s 3 AM in the morning in Popayán, a small city in the south of Colombia, suddenly, the street alarms interrupt the sleep of one particular suburb called Palacé, but it’s no surprise, all the neighbors know what’s going on: Constructors are trying to install a high-intensity transmission equipment hidden in the night in the middle of a neighborhood inhabited by families with children and elder citizens.
Part seven of our interview series with Bitnation’s international ambassadors, this time with Amin Rafiee AKA Evok3d.
by Johan Nygren
In contrast to other tax-systems, Resilience has no problem with crypto-currencies, since it uses consumer-producer feedback loops instead of top down coercion. The consumers seek out and give positive feedback to companies that pay high dividends, and filter out those that do not want to pay dividends.