Data Natives is one of the region’s prime spots where startups in tech present their ideas and where data scientists and AI experts share their findings with companies, the academia and the general public. The conference was divided into an AI section, a Data Science and Medicine section and the Web3 part, during which our Minister presented.
Michal’s presentation introduced Liberland to the audience, most of whom hadn’t heard about our country before. Given that this was a largely technical meeting of minds and visionaries, Michal has explained the various parts of our ecosystem, chief of all the blockchain, and Liberland’s vision and mission.
Our Minister talked about Liberland’s direct democratic system, a unique proposition giving unparalleled power to the civil society and the individual. He mentioned blockchain-based e-governance, such as the various registries and other parts of the e-government. Liberland’s justice system promises the resolution of cases with unparalleled speed and efficiency, without compromising in the areas of impartiality or professionalism.
Michal presented a vision of cooperation between Liberland and other new polities as may come about, be these Balaji Srinivasan-inspired “Network States”, mutualist villages or island communities inspired by the Bitcoin revolution. Liberland proposes a system which combines the freedom of the blockchain with the natively supported knowledge that you are dealing with real people. In our opinion, this vision represents an essential step towards a freer, more rational future.
Michal reported an extraordinarily positive reception of his presentation and the message of Liberland. There is a clear need for innovation in statecraft, and Liberland stands at the forefront of this effort. Stay tuned for more news; the beta mainnet launch of our Blockchain is coming very soon!