Blockchain; Respond to Global challenges

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Today let's freely share thoughts, hopes, dreams, and ideas about decentralized applications that run on a unchanging public blockchain. Honestly, I don't know who "Satoshi Nakamoto" really is, but it is a very sharp observation to say that information about the blockchain can be seen as the beginning of history; information that cannot be changed or influenced by powerful entities who want to leave their own historical records. History is now written for the first time by us here, rather than a winner, with "the power that exists"


Without us knowing today we all share it here from all corners of the earth; if there was ever a definition of "Global Village", this is "BLOCKCHAIN. But are we really moving towards a true global society? I see nationalism raising its head everywhere in bad conditions. The strongest and globalized president of the world wants to build walls in around HIS country and making HIS Great again: The European Union is seen as a dead project, Brexit is only the clearest sign of resistance to the unification of many of these unwanted countries.

Why this happened is not a big mystery, at least I don't think so; we have globalized the economy instead of humans. Money can freely roam around in an unlimited world of high-frequency trading with unlimited possibilities for profit and loss, but on the other hand people feel not free

The problem; Respectively in developed countries, citizens see income gaps between the unreasonably rich and the middle class who grow taxed; while the productivity of the working class has grown the national economy, they have seen a decline in their incomes, while the rich have seen their profits multiply, and the birth of unemployment every second.


This is what has been done so far, not because your government hates you, but because your government has played its role in the global economy by the greedy political authorities of the country. When national governments make policies for the benefit of the global economy rather than serving the people, people will feel left out. And when they simultaneously see their factories closed, their livelihoods are sent abroad to low-wage countries, while domestic food is sold at high prices, and people who come from abroad to steal a percentage from the little work left, the blame game begins. A hostile attitude to everything foreign is expected in a situation like this.

Still, that's clearly the wrong response. Even if we recognize that patriotism and nationalism have done great good in the past, it must be clear to everyone that retreating cowardly behind our own borders is not a direction to take. We ARE a global village, that's just the reality of the 21st century. It's just that globalization under the guidance, principles of failed economic ideology that cannot work. We are special creatures first and foremost; for tens or maybe hundreds of thousands of years, according to our current understanding of human evolution, we have lived in the tribes of several dozen individuals, and most of our instincts, our reactions, were developed in that period.
We are experts in face recognition and we have an unstoppable intuition to see faces everywhere and in everything. When we hallucinate, we hear other people talking, not whistles or horns.


We as props for nationalism because it takes us to the first step outside of society. Technological and scientific advances have led to the need for humans to organize themselves in a larger community; a farm that can feed several hundred people serves a purpose, when there is such a large community to feed. We realize that when several hundred people build houses for each other, in locations with food and water and some productive agriculture, we can stay in one place for a long time; villages and cities were born, and under the local leader the first city-state was born. Loyalty to cities, leaders, countries or nations and fellow residents, is a significant development in expanding the horizon of prosperity for the poor.

Loyalty to one's country has a clear history and plausible reasons, but it is important to recognize that the nation state is the second step in the evolution of expanding tribal horizons, not shrinking them. It's very practical to think the next step is global civilization. Note that I am not saying the global economy; that's the problem we face today. To make a cell phone or PC, you need materials from all over the world.
At present the assembly of such devices is left to the wishes of a free market economy, to say that a free market economy is efficient, or serves a kind of greater good, I have in mind almost delusional. The fact is just the opposite; it is the most inefficient model imaginable for producing goods and services, and it serves the good of a select few. If you believe that this is because capitalism is not "pure" enough, because too much is regulated and this regulation is the cause of the concentration of power that you don't want. Ownership is what gives strength, not vice versa. Multinational companies have politicians, that's why your politicians forget about you.

The reality of living in a global village is that we all need each other to survive. The loyalty that we feel now for our compatriots (and of course women) is an extraordinary achievement of mental abilities; most of them don't know and will never know, you will never see them or talk to them, but in your mind, in your courage, you only know that your destiny is related to their destiny. The state is a mental construction that is constantly fortified in public discourse, but its main purpose is obsolete because our practical lifestyles and real world technological advances require global cooperation; Global problems require global solutions, as simple as that.


All cooperation requires organization, and the organization needed - requires government. Now, this is the ultimate nightmare of every free-thinking human being on this planet; one world government, or more commonly referred to as the "new world order" designed in a dark room. By someone we know "Satoshi Nakamoto"

In my view, it is true of a world governed by those who have effective government, regardless of their identity or position, simply because it is related to ownership they have; Follow the money and you will end up commanding your true self. So in a world where everyone strongly believes in the benefits of a free market economy, it is natural to fear human-led governments in the world when we are only accustomed to national governments without regard for the weak people of the poor.

The economy of greed produces greedy leadership, and it is this kind of selfish attitude that hinders the real globalization of the people. It is ironic and sad that this failed attempt at globalization has produced nationalistic reactions in many Western countries. It is sad to see so many people pointing vinger who blames at the wrong enemy; alarm bells must sound when a country bombs a certain part of the world for decades without stopping, clearly aimed at the strategic domination of the world's most valuable resource, and then closes its borders with refugees from the war zones they make. This is not politics, but the economy is at work, war is being waged by economic leaders, we are puppets of politicians.

Any leadership over the entire planet is legally feared under the current economic paradigm of capitalism; power concentrated under ideological principles that are only interested in maximizing growth and profit is indeed a terrible prospect, and it can be said that it is already here. So in my mind we are not ready as humans to function under pure human government; all forms of global governance must be limited to solving practical global problems, such as streamlining the production process to maximize the distribution of products that promote honest and efficient human welfare, accompanied by democratic input by all global villagers.

Wait a minute ... Decentralized democratic input into the automatic regulation system with changes to the system made only after reaching a certain predetermined number of consensus ...? What does that sound like? You've guessed it: "Blockchain" technology is the answer. :-).
Really, given the fact that we need some kind of global organization, and given empirical evidence of the constant failure of so-called free market solutions, and given the fact, that the profit-based economy model naturally leads to the concentration of power, because ownership equals power, I can foresee the need for some kind of AI controlled by humans, AI which maintains certain parameters of human justice and dignity on the surface of pure matter, perhaps combining some form of universal basic income **.

Maybe, just maybe a public blockchain, integrated with the AI-world powered by all computers of all inhabitants of the planet, with smart contract-powered economies that not only recognize possibilities but also practical needs to maintain a much more equal distribution of material

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