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We’re voting on whether we should earn BTC from city treasuries! Head to the link below to share your opinion.
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Democracy is one of mankind's greatest accomplishments. The fact that crypto has adopted it is a good sign.
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Nobody ever forced some of the biggest crypto protocols to be democratic. And yet they have still chosen to be so.
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Civic projects voluntarily undertaken > involuntary with no opt-out.
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You can have absolute equality, but there’ll be non-stop argument. You can have top-down hierarchy, but creativity will be stifled. Meaningful and productive work lies somewhere in between.
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Volatility benefits revolutionaries more than incumbents.  Incumbents need to be lucky many times when things are volatile to keep power. But revolutionaries need to be lucky just once to come to power. The internet increases volatility. 👀
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Bitcoin is globalist because it bends nations around the globe to its financial standard.  But, it doesn’t sacrifice individual sovereignty in the process.
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Crypto will merge government protocols with governance protocols.
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There's no such thing as a perfect system. There'll always be trade-offs.
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Do you think that only those who vote have the right to complain?
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It’s surprising to think that just a few decades ago, the government could have strangled encryption in the cradle, along with the internet.
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Working Draft of Protocol Upgrade FAQ (new)
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Iran has now bought $10 million of imports with crypto.  USD power 🔜 BTC power.  (quote tweet of Patrick Stanley’s chart of Dalio).  https://twitter.com/PatrickWStanley/status/1544769686205652992?s=20&t=fk2QWUMglnClv5AI_wzh_w
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There’s a CityCoins proposal which will change how much money goes to miners, and how much goes to cities.  If you’re a CityCoin holder, you can find out how to vote by going here:
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Should there be a stablecoin in the CityCoins ecosystem? "CityCash" is a proposed stable unit for daily transactions in the ecosystem.  There are a lot of potential benefits—and a lot to figure out.  But a community team has already published a working proposal. ___ CityCash: A working proposal for a stable unit in the CityCoins ecosystem (Remember, this is a work-in-progress. The team is open to any civil feedback, criticisms, and questions you may have.) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YOALhMFuhYwOiWKOUVbaQeNlJek40O81UJnZsUE60s8/edit
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Bitcoin is 1,000x bigger than Stacks and thus has 1,000x the capital.
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When you buy your first crypto, you become a part of the next technological revolution.
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Hodling on for dear life makes for stagnant economies.
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20% of the UN-Recognized sovereign states have a population less than 1 million. Apps have millions if not billions of users. A network state is possible. h/t @balajis
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Cities can activate their CityCoins at any time.  Just remember: The future waits for no one.
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When you stack CityCoins, you receive a portion of the Stacks (STX) transferred by miners as part of the mining process.
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CityCoins aren't a theory. They exist, and they're working.  Miami became the first city to officially adopt its token, MiamiCoin (MIA).  The first $4.3M has been earmarked to house the homeless, but the city's crypto treasury exceeds that figure.
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the future is friendly to financial emigrants
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As more and more people move into large cities, the decisions made in City Halls will become more impactful. But today, citizens feel distant from City Hall. CityCoins aim to change this by removing barriers between residents and the people running their cities.
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CityCoins can stimulate cities.  For recovering cities like Detroit and Pittsburgh, with nationwide positive sentiment towards their regrowth, CityCoins let people bet on their turnaround.
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By creating a permissionless ecosystem for devs to build apps and services for their neighbours, CityCoins don't just cut bureacratic tape, they go around it.  Imagine what a city's smartest people could create if we just let them?
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Cities build atop what works. CityCoins are built atop Bitcoin and the Stacks protocol.  Every line of the code has been thoroughly audited by an independent team of Distributed Systems PHDs from Princeton University.
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Everyone should have access to wealth. Too many people are shut out by traditional banking systems. Crypto presents a way forward for the middle class to access value and grow their wealth, if we use go about it the right way.
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Nobody stands to gain more from crypto than the lower and middle classes. Those are the people progressives fight for. But for crypto to reach its potential and improve life for billions, it needs the support of progressives.
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Instead of fighting the new tech that offers working class people a lifeline, why not work to make sure it’s effectively implemented? A progressive approach to crypto would mitigate potential risk while empowering its proven potential to help people.
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Should crypto cities have DAOs? They add utility to the network by ensuring effective and transparent capital allocation.  But there's a lot to figure out.
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What government services would improve from automation? CityApps can leverage a permissionless, open-source ecosystem to quickly and effectively benefit a city's residents.
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CityCoins give cities: 1. A crypto treasury to fund growth 2. A governance token to let citizens vote on treasury allocation 3. An application layer to build city apps and services on
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Bear markets are like forest fires — they're bound to happen. If they’re early enough, they’re not fatal.
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So far this year, $27 billion has been invested into Web3.  That’s almost as much as the whole of last year, at $31.4 billion.  Bullish 🚀
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In 2021, 5% of all VC Dollars were invested into Web3.  That’s 31.4 billion dollars dedicated to growing the web3 projects that endure 🤯
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Democracies rarely go to war with each other. Will states supporting #bitcoin similarly prefer peace?
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Is there too much inflation in CityCoins?  Our next protocol upgrade will address this exact question.  Don’t miss out on the vote happening on x. 
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Who wants another bull market already? 🙋‍♀️
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Here’s @PatrickWStanley going over new changes to the emission schedule in our latest Town Hall. Have you watched it yet? 👇 https://youtu.be/yIMK4ELolk0
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Hierarchy and equality exist on a spectrum. Nothing worthwhile gets done at either pole. But productive relationships exist in between them.
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GM! Who’s going after it relentlessly today? @APompliano 😁
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Conversations where both parties don’t want it to end hold the seeds of innovation.
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Capitalism is what creates peace across borders.
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Do you think that transferring from PoW to PoS will stop environmental criticisms of crypto?
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Builders of the world, learn History!
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The government classified encryption as a munition. But now it protects your data from prying eyes. Would you give it up? Privacy protects everyone. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Export_of_cryptography_from_the_United_States
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When considering block space and block size, don’t become a block head 😀
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Obsession might take up a lot of time with very little to show for it. But when it becomes fruitful, it becomes *seriously* fruitful. The internet lets your obsession be fruitful. https://twitter.com/visualizevalue/status/1279132741032906753
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Thread on Swapi
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It took San Francisco 27 years to reopen a public bathroom (!). Thank goodness developers can push out a working MVP in a few months. https://twitter.com/balajis/status/1488988253411708931?s=20&t=cvLIxTTbXxaKw4uu9gvtuQ
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CityCoiners have proposed an upgrade to the CityCoins protocol, and it’s time to vote. If you hold CityCoins, visit https://stabilize.minecitycoins.com to vote now. For an overview + recap on what’s happening, please read: https://t.co/0CEJNztDDE
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Shoutout to all of the Bitcoiners building on @Stacks. We ❤️ you!
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Culture can bring people in just as much as it can scare people away.  Thanks for keeping things positive-sum CityCoiners!
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Ways to start a new country: 1. Election 2. Revolution 3. War 4. Micronation 5. Seasteading 6. Space 7. Network State h/t @balajis Every way, save for one, is too crowded, bloody, ignorable, unscalable, and/or temporarily infeasible. The Network State is the only one that can succeed today.
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two tweets on the full definition of a Network state.
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gn to the web3 builders around the CST timezone. whenabouts do you stop building? 12pm 4pm 12am 4am
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gn CityCoiners whenabouts do you stop building? 12pm 4pm 12am 4am
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Thread on The Next Superpower
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Just as risk-pooling funded ships to the New World, risk-taking investors will found new communities in The Network.
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Strong civic organizations form the backbone of American liberty. h/t Alexis de Tocqueville
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Moral innovations lead to technological innovations. You can only traverse space using accurate astrological maps. You can only create accurate astrological maps when it’s okay to say that the earth revolves around the sun!
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#Bitcoin’s value comes from being un-seizable. It lets you hold and transfer money without middlemen.
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Technological innovations lead to moral innovations. For example: The existence of Bitcoin frees people to point out how centralized money-printing is wrong.
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You can’t be happy unless your neighbors are too.
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Build things that can’t be stolen.
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One day, you’ll just need your city-specific namespace (eg. yourname.mia) to log into city services.
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So far this year, $27 billion has been invested into Web3. That’s almost as much as the whole of last year, at $31.4 billion. Bullish 🚀
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MiamiCoin Web3 Dev Camp’s first cohort saw more than 500 participants! That’s 500 seeds for new CityCoin apps 🌱 Big thanks to @stacks @MDCollege @VentureMiami for helping make this happen.
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If you can connect with like-minded builders, little will stand in your way.
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Sovereign individuals who form Sovereign Collectives will be unstoppable.
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Cities have existed for at least 9,000 years. They’ll likely exist for 9,000+ more.
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Cities: 9,000+ years old Nation States: 374 years old Which will last longer?
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You don’t need the government’s permission to make life better for your neighbours.
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Political Progressives are often technological conservatives.
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Digital money. Digital communities. Digital freedom.
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The Bitcoin wealth of individuals will one day be bigger than any single nation’s.
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Nothing feels better than working with people who are building towards the same vision of the future
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You can either prepare for the end of the world or work to prevent it.
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Working hard is only worth it in a society that upholds property rights.
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The CityCash working group will be meeting today at 12pm PT / 3 pm ET on Zoom. They'll cover the tasks and resources necessary to make CityCash a reality. Visit the #city-cash channel, join the call, and help contribute!
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Should cities have their own stablecoins? Community members are answering this question today at 12pm PT / 3 pm ET! Head to the #city-cash channel in discord to join the zoom meeting.
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Absolute sovereignty would mean growing your own food and pumping your own water.  A baseline of trust lets societies run fruitfully and cooperatively.
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pseudonymous meritocracy  >  Chinese ethno-nationalism American ethno-masochism h/t @balajis
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The center stage of political movement in the 20th century = the factory floor.  The center stage of political movement in the 21st century = the network.
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Left and right describe changing sets of beliefs. Better labels would be "revolutionary class tactics" and "ruling class tactics." h/t @balajis
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Flippenings are when #1 switches with #2, and vice versa. This doesn't just happen in crypto — it happens in politics, media, class analysis, families, and more.
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The libertarian founder's story: Creative person flees a bureaucracy → founds startup → hires indispensable people → becomes profitable → builds structure → transitions to bureaucracy → creative person flees → repeat. h/t @balajis
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Politics emerges and intensifies when resources (job opportunities, money, capital, status, food, etc) become scarce. Fix scarcity to fix politics.
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Sometimes the left is correct, sometimes the right is correct. You need both, and a healthy dialogue, to maintain a state.
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"Right" is a label for the people who: 1) defend the status quo 2) point out that that change brings in chaos 3) argue that the chaos will destroy the contested scarce resource h/t @balajis
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"Left" is a label for the people who : 1) delegitimize the status quo 2) argue that it's unjust 3) move to redistribute contested scarce resources. h/t @balajis
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There will always be an establishment trying to keep order. There will always be a revolutionary group trying to fix the system.
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Voting with your feet is costly. First: Try to vote with your ballot, voice, and money.
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Just as the ballot box protects you while voting, pseudonymity protects you while voting on-chain.
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What's the best voting system you've come across in crypto?
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Instead of voting with your ballot and ID, you will one day vote with your NFT.
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gm gm! Hope you have a great first day of September.
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Moving to a new city means that you’re voting for it with your feet. You’re bullish.
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GM to all the contributors building for the future, not for money.
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Starting your journey in crypto is hard. Not starting at all is hardest on you.
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GM to those here for the long run.
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Making a friend online can take as little as a DM and 5 seconds of your time. Who have you met through CityCoins?
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Folks you look up to online are more accessible than you might think. The right cold email × offering real value = huge potential upside.
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Innovation cannot be stopped. You can only try to harness it for good.
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The less we trust, the more we verify.  But the more we verify, the more we trust.
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Cryptography used to be classified as a weapon.  Now it’s the basis of all private speech online.
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Innovation that is sufficiently distributed and decentralized cannot be put back in the box.
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At its core, crypto is cryptography. At its core, cryptography is free speech. Therefore: At its core, crypto is free speech.
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Pseudonymity, encryption, and crypto will keep open societies open in the information age.
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Free speech. Free communities. Free cities.
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Biggest cities through history: • Ur, Sumer - 80,839 (2000 BC) • Alexandria, Egypt - 705,000 (0 AD) • Tokyo, Japan - 33,603,557 (2000 AD) How big will the first true network city be?
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Builders of today 🤝 founders of the past
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Public infrastructure: Released once, decays, rarely replaced. Technology infrastructure: Iterative releases + improvement, else quickly replaced and/or superseded by competition.
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Sovereign persons. Sovereign peoples. Sovereign networks.
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The wealthy will always be able to protect themselves and their futures. #Bitcoin, encryption, and privacy help the marginalized, disenfranchised, and excluded.
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Stacks Degen Thread
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Thread on Ryder
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Forever/Mebots Thread
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It’s great if you make it.  It’s even greater if we all make it.
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The best part of web3 projects? They’re positive-sum — not zero-sum.  Participants don’t just fight over how to divide the pie. Everyone works to expand the pie.
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The internet lets you connect with other like-minded, positive-sum people. What are you doing to takie advantage of this?
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The first Leviathan was God. The second Leviathan was The State.   The third will be The Network.
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“If your community disappears when the price goes down, you don’t have a community.”  — @jackbutcher
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How could we measure progress of a Network State built on #bitcoin?
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Building a new city is 100x–1,000x harder than building a new startup.  Cities are worth improving — in terms of elections, services offered to residents, and the general incentive structures of residents & local gov.
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Identities, whether pseudonymous or government-assigned,  • let you find others,  • coordinate,  • build a reputation, and; • achieve goals together.
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Name one thing that you can own more absolutely than a self-custodied wallet with #bitcoin.
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MiamiCoin isn’t just for Miami citizens. It’s for everyone bullish on Miami.
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If you think about it, political progressives are actually technological conservatives. h/t @balajis
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Opting out gets harder as moving capital gets easier. Today, the US Government charges you $2,350 to renounce your US citizenship.  How much until it becomes too expensive to vote with your feet and leave?
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Twitter Space promo
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NEW Thread on GenoBank
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📣 Join the CityCoins community this week for a twitter space on @balajis’ new book The Network State! 📅 Thursday July 28, 2022 at 11:30 am ET (8:30 am PT). 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦 With @andrerserrano, @patrickwstanley, & more! Add it to your calendar by clicking below! 👇 https://www.addevent.com/event/yF14498894
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Thread on the One Commandment
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Wrong question: Which country will hold the most gold? Right question: Which network will hold the most #bitcoin?
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The line between government and protocol is going to get very, very blurry.
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Global reserve currency: 1960: Gold 2000: US Dollar 2040: #bitcoin
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1960: Whoever has the gold makes the rules 2000: Whoever has the guns makes the rules 2040: Whoever has the #bitcoin makes the rules
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Encryption protects you from both the authoritarian state and surveillance capitalism.
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Today, a bank is more likely to be robbed online than in person.  Encryption changes the logic of violence.
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The Network State:  • people are bound by a shared geography The Nation State: • people are bound by a shared goal/vision/asset
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Build until they can’t ignore you.
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Bitcoin doesn’t just change the logic of violence at the personal level.  Cities, states, and countries will be more sovereign too.
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Nation states have people who disagree living alongside each other.  Network states have people who agree living far away from each other. 
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Gm gm! What are the best online community events you’ve been to?  Asking for a friend.
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Getting enough people together for a nation is easier than it sounds. Why?  55% of countries have fewer than 10 million people.  Apps like Facebook and Twitter have millions if not billions of users.
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The Network State starter pack: • an online community • capable of collective action • featuring an online economy and offline trust • with physical nodes and territory • that other countries recognize h/t @balajis
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A network state has a numerical and societal definition: Numerical: how many people? how many sq ft of land? how much total annual income?  Societal: do other states recognize it as a “legitimate polity capable of self-determination?” h/t @balajis
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A network state is a “reverse diaspora.” It forms on the internet, then builds culture, and only comes together in the physical world last. h/t @balajis
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“Successful network states will attract immigrants. Unsuccessful network states will lose them.” — @balajis
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Efani & Haseeb Thread
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Unlike traditional usernames and domains, decentralized domains allow users to *actually own* their identity online. This is going to be big. h/t @patrickwstanley
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Why do digital property rights = progressive? h/t @patrickwstanley
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PWS Thread: Cities as Nodes in the Network State
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PStanley Town Hall Thread on Cities as Nodes in the NetState
Humanity is best when it acts from optimism.
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Bitcoin isn't pure capitalism. Bitcoin is when collectivism meets capitalism.
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"We're seeing the effects of marketification and newly-gained property rights. And we're seeing the value of a community organizing around these concepts." — @PatrickWStanley
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Decentralization = collective power.  What is a city if not a collective of people working together? CityCoins help people work better together.
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Decentralization can turn citizens into stakeholders. Fighting decentralization can turn technologists into politicians.
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Every new tech faces resistance. Even books, radio, web. Crypto is fighting that battle now.  What if technologies we use daily now had been shut down before they had a chance to do good? This is why progressives must fight for crypto.
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Tech powers change.  How many times has new tech altered history and improved lives? Fire, agriculture, the printing press, the Internet. Crypto can do the same, if we handle it right!
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Technology catalyzes change needed to meet progressive goals. But change is messy. If crypto is to improve life for billions, progressives need to fight to see it implemented in the right ways.
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Crypto offers self-sovereignty. Anyone can own it and use it w/o middlemen.  It gives people agency the banks don’t. That's why they’re turning to it, despite volatility.   What if progressives worked to help make crypto better?
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If politicians take a progressive approach to crypto, it can become a technology that improves the lives of billions of global citizens.
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What's the future of civic governance? Join the CityCoins newsletter and stay up-to-date with the protocol's mission. citycoins.co
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Each week, the CityCoins newsletter summarizes the latest updates and ideas in (and around) the CityCoins ecosystemSign up to stay up-to-date on how CityCoiners are building the nodes of the network state: citycoins.co
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Build a better Bitcoin on Stacks.
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Build better cities with CityCoins.
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Build a better internet on Bitcoin.
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How do you fund public goods? NFTs unlock new opporunities for creative communities — and potential funding for the non-fungible things in life.
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What's your web3 area code? CityCoin namespaces like "MayorSuarez.MIA" or "Adams.NYC" could be your login for city apps and services.
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It used to be "software is eating the world." Now, it’s: "markets are eating the world."
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It used to be "big if true." It's now "true if big."
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How would you reduce the friction for cities to activate new CityCoins?
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Bitcoin's ledger began in 2009.  What's it's biggest achievement since then?
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If you could upgrade Bitcoin, what would you change?
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GM to everyone thinking of their neighbors, not just themselves.
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GM, how many cycles have you stacked for??
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GM, how long have you been hodling for?
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Which best embodies what it means to be American? 1) USD 2) BTC 3) ETH 4) Other (comments)
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Cities shouldn't be dog-eat-dog places. Anywhere people gather, there's opportunity to support and empower one another.
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A city shouldn't just be a place people need to live to survive, but a place for them to thrive.
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What are CityCoiners building towards? "What this all leads up to is something that looks like pro-freedom, pro-property rights, pro-human network state." — @PatrickWStanley
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A city shouldn't just be a place people need to live to survive, but a place for them to thrive.
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As cities grow denser, connections between neighbors grow more vital. These bonds form communities. Communities are how humans thrive.
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CityCoins aren't about diamond hands or paper hands.  They're about lending a hand to help lift up your city and its residents.
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A lot can change between election cycles. Shouldn't citizens have a voice every day, not just every few years?
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What do you see in your community that you wish you could change, but don't yet have the tools?
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Crypto should be a way to enrich your communities, your cities, and the lives of both you and your neighbors.
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Thread on the Hackathon
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Hackathon Thread
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"If bull markets show you a vision of the future, then bear markets show you the flaws of the present.” — @PatrickWStanley
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Can you guess what Ethereum, Trezor One & the Lightning Network Whitepaper have in common?  They were all built in bear markets.
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The antidote to hopelessness? Do something valuable for others. Work on your skills, help your neighbors, and take care of your friends.  Wagmi ✨
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Profile pics 1) show project involvement + 2) help grow a community Some PFPs are unique, like @cryptokitties, @BoredApeYC, and @cryptopunksnfts. Others are filters, like @fast’s Fastronaut helmets.  https://twitter.com/fast/status/1291349171144929280?s=20&t=fAiYKfbm5JwWm9WPn0THUA What could a CityCoins PFP look like?
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No need to live in LA to cheer for the Lakers. No need to live in a city to support its CityCoin.
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“Crypto goes waaaay up and then waaay down.  Those who weather the rollercoasters and bear markets tend to get rewarded.”   — @PatrickWStanley
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One day, you’ll just need your city-specific namespace (eg. suarez.mia) to log into city services.
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200 people attended @VentureMiami’s Hackathon last weekend 😮 We may be in a bear market, but Web3 in Miami here to stay 💪
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FlexOOffice won 2nd place at the Miami for Everyone hackathon 🥈 It lets tech startups turn empty desks into co-working spaces — just like an AirBnB for office space! The best part? You pay with MiamiCoin.  Congrats @coderkid, @Anariel_ka, @Grundyoso, and @jennyschorsch! 🥳 ___ You can check out FlexOOffice here: http://newslx.com/m4e/
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The hackathon project that won 3rd place was Earn U! 🥉 After completing a custom curriculum from a business, a student would earn • an interview with them 👨‍✈️ • and some MiamiCoin. 💸 @burhansebin, Anthony, and Juan won $500. Congratulations guys! https://devpost.com/software/earnu
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Notari won the grand prize at the Miami for Everyone hackathon! 🥇 The app turns diplomas into NFTs to help employees verify a student’s participation.  The team won $3000 and happened to be graduates of the MiamiCoin Web3 Clarity dev bootcamp.  Congrats Dantrail and Chisom! 🥳  ___ You can check out Notary here: https://devpost.com/software/notari
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How can Web3 reward the owners of carbon sinks (large swaths of green land) for capturing and storing carbon? 🌱🌳 With tokenized carbon credits of course! Meet @IlaMilkEs, founder of @epioneergo, and tokenizer of carbon credits 👩‍💻 Carbon credits are like permission slips that let companies pollute ⛽️ They get a set # of credits to start out with. If they need more, they can buy more.  Cool side effect: This creates a secondary market for carbon capturers! In other words, companies will pay you for the credits you make by capturing carbon 🤯 BUT: This current system is inefficient, bureaucratic, and opaque.  That’s where @epioneergo steps in…  ePioneer turns land into tokens with 3 steps.  1️⃣ Calculate how much carbon a plot of land can absorb. The more you can absorb, the more credits you get. 2️⃣ Tokenize that land.  3️⃣ Sell the tokens to companies who need carbon credits. Credits currently sell for $10/ton of CO2. If you took a chunk of the Amazon Rainforest the size of Metropolitan Miami, you’d get $1,333 in credits for it 🌴 But the entire Amazon could go for $100 million USD 🤑 ePioneers is also working with CityCoins to track the carbon footprints of cities & empower residents to shrink it.  Make sure to follow @IlaMilkEs and @epioneergo, check out ePioneers, and check out Ilana’s presentation for @StacksStartups Demo Days: https://youtu.be/wkoO3ziTSQE?t=2940
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“Crypto goes waaaay up and then waaay down. Those who weather the rollercoasters and bear markets tend to get rewarded.” — @PatrickWStanley
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Bear markets are when things people want get built.
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Working Thread on FAQ on Upcoming Vote
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