Adel ▲ Opinion ▲ Series ▲ Down the Crypto Rabbit Hole

Our “Down the Crypto Rabbit Hole” series has now been published.  Here are abstract summaries and links to each article, in case you missed any of them.

Borderless Citizens™ in the 21st Century

Thanks to the Internet and more recently, blockchain technology, the world is waking up to a political, economic, social and technological renaissance. The next two decades will result in a fundamental shift in human interaction, sharing, and freedom. All aspects of vertical and horizontal markets will be affected, including Finance & Banking, Healthcare, eGovernment, Communications, Information Technology (IT) and the Internet of things (IoT).

In the first part, the creation of virtual communities is explored, fueled by blockchain innovation and explores the evolution of the crypto sphere.

▲ 17 ▲ Introduction

▲ 18 ▲ Defining Borders

▲ 19 ▲ Pandemic Protocols

▲ 20 ▲ State Enforcement

What is Driving Crypto and the Creation of the Virtual State™?

Crypto services undermine traditional forms of governance because its users are anonymous. This assumes impunity from government and central authorities. The collective consensus of crypto coders, miners, and anonymous micro actors in a growing subculture. To date, crypto has been relatively untouched by the authorities of the “real-world” and raises important questions on about how this space should be regulated. Techno-Libertarians envision utopian self-regulation, with codified rules that evolve with its technology. Crypto-anarchists envision a free-rule zone for autonomous businesses and unconstrained virtual currencies. Anyone who denies these programmatic rules essentially forfeits their right to participate.

In the second section, the crypto power hierarchy will be defined as a basis for understanding its governance in contrast to the real world.

▲ 21 ▲ What’s Next

▲ 22 ▲ Code Governance, But

▲ 23 ▲ System Essentials

Will Pandemic Protocols Establish a Utopian Economy?

The evolution of crypto can be analyzed from the essential components of design, development, and deployment. For modern systems to function, they require a combination of people, process and technology. These elements also set the foundations of innovation. The crypto sphere has created a radical redistribution of the social-economic power hierarchy. This power hierarchy is seemingly upside-down when compared to the “real-world”. Process and technology have evolved to code-based governance, and people can be represented as virtual entities. What does this mean to blockchain innovation, and how will crypto evolve with a continued redistribution of power and wealth?

In the third and final part of this series, we explore the creation of the Virtual State™ fueled by crypto ideologies, and its underlying cryptoversification of Internet services.

▲ 24 ▲ MultiStakeholders in Crypto

▲ 25 ▲ Cyber Principles

▲ 26 ▲ Borderless Citizen™

▲ 27 ▲ Virtual State™

▲ Down the Crypto Rabbit Hole

This series has also been published on Altcoin Magazine, in three parts:

▲ Borderless Citizens™ in the 21st Century

▲ What is Driving Crypto and the Creation of the Virtual State™?

▲ Will Pandemic Protocols Establish a Utopian Economy?

▲ Opinions

If you liked to read more in the series, then you can link to the articles here:

▲ 1 ▲ The Right Path to Funding Decentralized Organizations

▲ 2 ▲ The Next Evolution in Funding Innovation

▲ 3 ▲ A Philosophy for Blockchain Integrity

▲ 4 ▲ A Collaborative Blockchain Incubator

▲ 5 ▲ Blockchain Diversity & Passion

▲ 6 ▲ Blockchain Startup Expertise

▲ 7 ▲ Blockchain Portfolio Diversification

▲ 8 ▲ Blockchain Incubation to Employment

▲ 9 ▲ From Blockchain Innovation to Execution

▲ 10 ▲ Blockchain Will Transform Retail Lending

▲ 11 ▲ The Next Evolution in Crypto Trading

▲ 12 ▲ Crypto Trading for Everyone

▲ 13 ▲ Architecting Crypto Financial Instruments

▲ 14 ▲ Crypto, For the People, By the People

▲ 15 ▲ The Crypto Uprising

▲ 16 ▲ Blockchain’s Disruption in 2020 & Beyond

About the Author

Gabriel is the co-Founder and General Manager at Adel Ecosystem Ltd. He is a seasoned sales and marketing expert with over 25 years in senior positions at Motorola, VeriSign (acquired by Symantec in 2010), and SecureWorks (acquired by Dell in 2011), and Cognitive Security (acquired by Cisco in 2013). He is a blockchain entrepreneur, with strengths in international business strategy. Gabriel has a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from McMaster University in Canada and expert knowledge in blockchain incubation, cloud computing, IT security, and video streaming, and Over the Top Content (OTT). Gabriel also runs his own company, Euro Tech Startups s.r.o, creator of MyKoddi, and manages a professional blog.

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