Миссия Биткоин – Децентрализация Финансовых и Законодательных Рычагов Управления Обществом
Bitcoin Mission - Decentralization of Financial and Governing Levers of Regulatory Institutions
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The modern system of centralized governance and hierarchical control of socio-economic relations is coming to an end – the society is transitioning to peer-to-peer model of socio-economic relations. The peer-to-peer model of socio-economic relations is the model of the mesh network. Such model does not fit into the modern system of centralized governance and control. The source of many modern social vices are derived from the artificially created separation of money from contractual obligation. In reality money and contract is one entity. Contract and money cannot exist in harmony without each others. There is no money without contract, and there is no contract without money. Those concepts cannot exist without each other. The Bitcoin technology represents technical solution of such principal, and historically represents that technological jump in the means of production, that will bring the society to the next level of socio-economic development – the era of “Crypto-Socialism”.
Keywords: Bitcoin; Blockchain; peer-to-peer relations; Crypto-Socialism; Socio-Economic Relations; contractual relations; decentralization; decentralized platform; Биткоин; Блокчейн; Одноранговые Отношения; Крипто-Социализм; децентрализация; социально-економические отношения; платформа; Пирамида Маслова (Маслоу); контрактно-денежные отношения; ячеистая топология общества (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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