Blockchain Revolution: the END of Representative Democracy? – VisualPolitik EN

Blockchain Revolution: the END of Representative Democracy? – VisualPolitik EN

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In a previous VisualPolitik video we spoke about what money is, its main problems and why cryptocurrencies are here to stay. The speed, anonymity, safety and independence of cryptocurrencies, which aren’t run by governments, politicians, or any “council of wise men”; aren’t features we can ignore.

You probably already know that Blockchain is the technology that supports Bitcoin. But there’s more to it than that. Blockchain is like a huge book where all the bitcoin transactions that have taken place all over the planet are registered.

Blockchain can help end bureaucracy, a problem that has been with us for thousands of years. With the use of blockchain resources can go to the most necessary places and productive areas.

Can you imagine companies run by non-human owners?
Can you imagine a company whose owner is a few lines of code in the cloud?
Can you imagine a company or an NGO with no human workers?

*We were able to create this video thanks to the invaluable help of our good friend Víctor Solsona. From here, Víctor, thanks a million.

And don’t forget to visit our friend’s podcast, Reconsider Media:

Why do BITCOIN and cryptocurrency ARISE?

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