The Chinese Government Has Big Plans for Its Migrant Worker Population. The Interview: Taavi Rõivas. “Move over please,” somebody shouts.
I take a step back and the President of Benin strides down the narrow corridor, flanked by a security entourage and a seemingly-endless line of journalists. It’s clearly a busy day in the Estonian Parliament, a pretty pink castle in the medieval heart of Tallinn. Visiting dignitaries often visit this place – not to see the ancient buildings – but to hear about the cutting-edge of digital government. I’m meeting Taavi Rõivas, the decidedly modern ex- Prime Minister, who served from 2014 to the end of 2016. Estonian e-Residency is lowering business costs around the world.
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Meet some of the entrepreneurs, freelancers, and investors already benefiting as e-residents. A chance to succeed. Peter Diamandis. Head here for my full archive of tech insights With all the talk of building walls, it seems to me that technology has actually been rapidly tearing down walls.
Besides your passport, what really defines your nationality these days? Immigration alone won't solve economic woes, says prof - New Brunswick. A political scientist at Mount Allison University says while encouraging immigration to Atlantic Canada is a good thing, it's only a Band-Aid solution to long-term economic prosperity.
Mario Levesque told Information Morning Moncton that immigration brings lots of benefits, but unless new Canadians stay in Atlantic Canada, it won't address the underlying regional issue of an aging and shrinking population. "So that's why I say it is just a Band-Aid, because we are not going to foster any large growth … we'll just basically spin our wheels," said Levesque. Levesque said no one in government seems to be looking at long-term population trends and how that will affect everything from health care and education to roads, especially if the provincial population drops to around 700,000 in the next 30 years.
Why a professor says New Brunswick should 'seduce' Americans - New Brunswick. Canada should seize the opportunity to boost its population by "seducing" disillusioned Americans, says a Toronto professor.
Irwin Studin, who spoke to an audience at Mount Allison University last week, believes Canada should try to triple its population to 100 million by the end of the century. I Became a Citizen of Bitnation, a Blockchain-Powered Virtual Nation. Now What? Virtual.
Decentralized. Voluntary. Borderless. Cities are becoming more powerful than countries. When countries face complicated global issues —immigration, terrorism, climate change — progress is usually slow.
But often, those problems hit cities first, and mayors have to find solutions while national leaders (or political candidates) are still busy debating which policies to enact. “There is a sense in which cities are beginning to assume a part of what was traditionally attributed to national sovereignty: the responsibility to secure the life, liberty and sustainability of citizens in a world where nobody else is doing it,” Benjamin Barber, a political theorist and the founder of the Global Parliament of Mayors, a new city-centric international governing body, tells Business Insider. “I call it the devolution revolution. The fact is that authority is being devolved increasingly to cities.” Zone for Employment and Economic Development (Honduras) The ZEDE is not unique.
Other successful free trade zones can be found in China (Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Macao), in South Korea (Songdo), and in Singapore. International logistics centres that permit the processing of goods at a grand scale. Like the Colón Free Trade Zone in Panamá.International business courts that resolve disputes between both national and foreign business entities. Like the Isle of Man, United Kingdom.Special investment districts that permit the creation of centres for the service sector.
Like the Cayman Enterprise City, Cayman Islands.Districts for renewable energy that permit investment in renewable energy. Official website. Michael Castle Miller – Refugee Cities. Connecting Community On and Off line. Hacking Law and Governance with Startup Cities. Tom W. Bell on Polycentric Law. As President of Archimediate, LLC, I advise clients on the design, installation, and support of private legal systems.
After years of developing the theory of polycentric law, I began its practice as consultant to Future Cities Development, Inc., reporting to CEO Patri Friedman and funded by Peter Thiel. After the Honduran Supreme Court struck down the RED statute, and FCD had to roll up operations, I helped Elevator Cities Development pursue opportunities under the Honduran ZEDE statute and across the planet. I have also done pro bono work for various Liberlander efforts--mostly in the design of legal pamphlets and anti-arrest cards--and for the Seasteading Institute. Practice in this area involves such things as counseling public and private parties on how to create the necessary preconditions for a successful legal zone, drafting statutes, designing and customizing private legal systems (see, e.g., Ulex), and analyzing diplomatic and international legal issues.
Government considers use cases for blockchain. During a government Select Committee hearing on blockchain in July 2016, the committee addressed the question of whether the government could use blockchain in the future.
We’ve had accounting, legal and corporate structure #hottakes — and those guys will have to start figuring this out first. How Can Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology Play a Role in Building Social and Solidarity Finance? The dawn and delusions of the ‘Nerd Reich’: BlockBusters #1. Feel the Taste of Freedom! — Phase Change. Resilience – A new voluntary tax system » BITNATION Blog. By Johan Nygren In contrast to other tax-systems, Resilience has no problem with crypto-currencies, since it uses consumer-producer feedback loops instead of top down coercion. The consumers seek out and give positive feedback to companies that pay high dividends, and filter out those that do not want to pay dividends.
Estonian e-Residency, BitNation, and the Jurisdictional Buffet. Untitled. Comment l'Estonie booste son économie grâce à la blockchain. Laboratoire de la blockchain dans le monde, le pays utilise cette technologie pour attirer les capitaux en facilitant l’implantation des entreprises étrangères sur son territoire. Faire valoir devant le tribunal un contrat commercial noué sur la blockchain ne relève plus de la science-fiction. En octobre dernier, l'Estonie a annoncé un partenariat entre son programme "e-residency" -qui permet aux non-résidents d'acquérir une nationalité numérique et de devenir e-résident estonien- et Bitnation, plateforme collaborative ayant lancé une nation virtuelle basée sur la blockchain. Désormais, les internautes peuvent utiliser les services de notariat (baptisés "Public Notary") de Bitnation pour signer des contrats de mariage, des certificats de naissance ou des contrats commerciaux en s'authentifiant grâce à leur identité d'e-résident.
Les contrats commerciaux sont juridiquement contraignants dans l'UE Attirer les capitaux étrangers. Death and Democracy. Estonian Government Partners with Bitnation to Offer Blockchain Notarization Services to e-Residents. GitHub - Bit-Nation/BITNATION-Constitution: Decentralized Borderless Voluntary Nation (DBVN) Holocratic Constitution. Digital%20Trade%20v5. La blockchain sort de la sphère financière pour entrer dans l’industrie. LE MONDE | • Mis à jour le | Par Yves Eudes Paris, 11e arrondissement. Les neuf employés de Stratumn partagent un rez-de-chaussée exigu avec une dizaine d’autres start-up, dont une fabrique de minijardins en bocal et une boutique éphémère de salopettes en jean. Quand le jardinier s’absente, les couturières arrosent ses plantes. Malgré cet environnement précaire, le patron de Stratumn, Richard Caetano, 40 ans, un informaticien américain installé à Paris depuis peu, est déjà en train de monter des partenariats avec des grandes entreprises, car sa start-up possède une compétence encore rare et déjà très désirable : la « blockchain ».
Inventée au départ pour gérer la monnaie électronique Bitcoin, la blockchain est un registre de transactions en peer-to-peer, entièrement décentralisé – chaque participant possède sur son ordinateur sa propre copie, mise à jour en permanence. . « 2016 sera l’année de la blockchain » Outil de transparence La blockchain est aussi un outil de transparence. UK Government Trials Blockchain Welfare Payments System. How blockchains could change the world. The Bitcoin Debacle — Making the Case for Decentralized Governance. The DAO: a radical experiment that could be the future of decentralised governance. Estonian Government Partners with Bitnation to Offer Blockchain Notarization Services to e-Residents. Bitcoin: How the Isle of Man is leading a cryptocurrency revolution. Taxemes — voluntary wealth redistribution through natural selection.
502. On Blockchain Disillusionment and Bitcoin's Big Bad Wolves. The “Autonomous Corporation” Called the DAO Is Not a Good Way to Spend $130 Million. Estonia's e-Residency Program Is the Future of Immigration. Forbes Welcome. The Radical Politics of the Blockchain — Backchannel. Johan Nygren, "Crypto-states make taxation impossible - Darwinian Basic Income is the Future" Blockchain: the answer to life, the universe and everything? American fintech company integrates Estonian e-residency into its technology.
BITNATION Citizen Security (BCS) - BITNATION. Prenup Built in Ethereum Smart Contract Rethinks Marriage Obligations. "Decentralized Autonomous Organization" (DAO) et Théorie de l'Agence, Le Cercle. The Blockchain is the new Google. The Tao of “The DAO” or: How the autonomous corporation is already here. Gov. Markell unveils Delaware Blockchain Initiative - Technical.ly Delaware. The DAO is a company without workers, managers, or a CEO—and it might be the future of business — Quartz.