The Idea Of Decentralization Will Need A Voice To Protect It

It has been ten years since the release of Bitcoin and the Blockchain technology. Within these ten years, the ideology of decentralization has reached a new level as it has escaped the realm of imagination with the help of the unknown Satoshi Nakamoto and other cypherpunks, who helped implement and extend the first decentralized payment system.

We could say that this was the beginning of a revolution very different from others. It was the first time in human history that virtually every human being was given the opportunity to access an economic system regardless of nationality and political beliefs.

In essence, it was the biggest blow to fascism of central banks and the nations that manage them. The funny thing is that these actors, whether economic or political, were virtually unable and were not in a position to stop it.

Thus, the “virus” of the decentralization ideology has continued to spread to the present day with the speed of network effect, since the Internet platform is essentially used for its implementation, development and dissemination.

Today, we are going through a period of political and economic change and the people responsible for these changes are inadequate to implement them. This is what the results of the last thirty years have shown us.

Decentralization Will Need A Voice

But in this important period, the idea of ​​decentralization has no political persons or factions that can give it a greater voice in this area. Right now there are a lot of people using cryptocurrencies but there is no one to represent their point of view or ideas.

This enables the “old system” to decide what they want without anyone being able to prevent them or at least suggest other practical and innovative solutions.

I think this is the best time for the community that supports the idea of ​​decentralization to take an active part in the events and discussions.

In the most fragile moment, is the opportunity for a small idea to become the next global phenomenon.

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