The first blockchain state without territory started issuing passports


The first blockchain state without territory started issuing passports

The citizens of this country decided to gather in Russia. The main reason for the meeting is the need to issue passports, but at the same time it will be an excellent opportunity for future «fellow countrymen» get to know each other better.

It is noteworthy that the first documents were distributed as part of the last crypto conference Consensus 2018. The meeting will be available exclusively for registered users.

Decenturion — a project that offers an opportunity to see in the flesh the effectiveness of using blockchain as a basis for the foundation of a state. Thanks to the created financial system, each passport holder will receive from $ 15 thousand deductions per year.

Meanwhile, the popularity of virtual states reached its peak. Unlike previous projects such as Silandia or the comic Sultanate of Okushi Ambeno. Also in the world there is the World Service Authority, which issues the so-called «world citizen passports», which are recognized by only three countries. Decenturion aims to bring the principles of state values ​​to a new level.

It will be based on tools for building democracy, the transparency of which will be ensured by blockchain technology. The new type of government will show how the latest technology can work for the benefit of its citizens. It is noteworthy that the growing dissatisfaction with the authorities in the Russian Federation and many other countries can become the basis for promoting the principles preached by Decenturion.

Earlier, we talked about what development scenarios Russia has, and how the blockchain was able to fix the problems.

text: Evgeniya Likhodey, photo: Visual Hunt

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