Free Republic of LIBERLAND opens its first virtual embassy inside Somnium Space

Liberland’s embassy opening inside Somnium Space is the start of virtual representations of organisations that share the free and decentralized world view and are ready to enter the 21st century and use it’s technological advances. The immersiveness of virtual reality will make diplomatic matters and talks between all counterparties feel very real while commercial contracts …Read More

Liberland’s Prospective Urban Planning Regime

Liberland’s Prospective Urban Planning Regime

by architectural guru Patrik Schumacher, London 2020 This is a discussion paper that tries to address the question of Liberland’s prospective urban planning policies. This is not only an important question from an aesthetic and urban design perspective but, more importantly, concerns urban development as a crucial factor in economic development. The critical issue here …Read More

GBA Washington Conference with Liberland

GBA Washington Conference with Liberland

The Government Blockchain Association (GBA) ran a Future of Money, Governance, and Law Conference on January 31, 2020. The conference was attended by six Liberland representatives on Capitol Hill, Washington. Joey Langenbrunner, Pranav Badhwar, Bogie Wozniak, David Molineaux, David Ament, and Steve Wood from Liberland were all in attendance. Dan Larimer, co founder of Steemit, …Read More

Liberland Partnership Announcement

Liberland Partnership Announcement

The Free Republic of Liberland signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Crypto Asset Research Platform Baserank for evaluating companies issuing crypto assets in Liberland. Baserank, the crypto asset research platform, has started work with the Free Republic of Liberland on independent crypto asset rating and research. Crypto asset ratings will be provided to all companies, …Read More

TIME Magazine, Person of the Year, and the Dangerously Biased Perspective of Modern Journalism

TIME Magazine, Person of the Year, and the Dangerously Biased Perspective of Modern Journalism

TIME Magazine, Person of the Year, and the Dangerously Biased Perspective of Modern Journalism In recent years, TIME magazine has had to reiterate their stance on exactly what their Person of the Year accolade entails. Previously, it was assumed (rightly or wrongly) by many that Person (or, until 1999, “Man”) of the Year was reserved …Read More