Why The Nation-State Will Be Gone In 100 Years

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I was asked to explain my thinking as to why the nation-state as a governance system is on its way out. This is something that I mentioned a few times so delving into it makes sense.

In this video I discuss how the nation-state is simply not designed to deal with the environment we are creating. This form of governance was developed when we were exlusively in a physical world. Now, we are about 3 decades into the digital world and rapidly toward the virtual. The government is proving how far behind it already is in the digital, let alone trying to keep pace into the virtual.


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That was a very good analogy with the feudal system. We tend to ignore that back then they thought that they had the best possible system and now we know that it makes no sense at all. I'm sure the same will happen to the current system, as you said.

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It was effective (I guess) for that time period but was replaced with something better. Times changes and the governance model did too.

Today, we see big problems with what is in place. Since we are advancing in a technological way, it is hard to envision that, in 50 or 80 years, we will be dependent upon the physical realm as much.

Hence the governance model will change again.

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The privacy aspect to block transparency is quite interesting and I wonder if it will be the path in the future. I actually don't mind the transparent aspect of the chains right now.

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We already see that Litecoin (Charlie Lee) is working on that with Mimblewimble. So I will not be surprised if privacy aspects are added by developers as time goes on. This, coupled with decentralization, will end up causing a great many headaches for the governments. It is something that they cannot combat.

Just like music piracy is still going strong, so will "financial" piracy.

Does someone watching a video on YouTube of a music video care that the copyright laws are being violated? Not in the least.

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there are also cultural, ethnic, religious and other stuff to keep in mind when talking about states. Yes governments are crap but states could be ruled in other ways

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Me might be getting into difference in meanings of "states" but what you mention, in my definition, has nothing to do with state. All that exists among people. A nation-state is not required for all that to exist and thrive. In fact, all of that can exist outside any geographic area.

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