To those who, like myself, think that Bitcoin is fundamentally a “sovereign currency” reading Donatella Di Cesare’s little book will bring, despite all that it contains glimmers of the end of the world likely to make its readers sad. , some ideas to stimulate reflection.
I do not intend to twist the words of this Italian philosopher who, by focusing on political and ethical questions in the era of globalization, questions current phenomena such as that of terror, the hidden face of the world civil war that it perceives, or like sovereignty, which it examines in the light of Spinoza. But it turns out that a lot of the things she says about this virus that laughs at borders and the old sovereignties built into them apply too disturbingly to large cryptocurrencies for it not to be noticed.
Article by Jacques Favier to read on his blog: lavoiedubitcoin.info
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