Bitnation system. Looks interesting.

Martin Becze mjbecze at
Wed Sep 9 09:41:56 PDT 2015

>somewhat off
Yeah the founder went/is crazy, there is no technical work done and all of
the developers that were working on the project quite.

On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 4:30 PM, Lodewijk andré de la porte <l at>

> It's documentation is overly verbose, speculative, assuming and unclear.
> I love the idea of providing services that the government usually tends
> to.
> I somewhat know what marriage before God means. I somewhat know what
> marriage before the State means. I have no idea what marriage before the
> Blockchain means. Probably no more than lovers' tree-carvings.
> Relationship to reality is the hardest part - it's also where things like
> enforcement starts turning it's ugly head.
> I'd argue marriage before state is an artifact of the marriage between
> church and state. Relationships, commitments, etc, these would be better
> explained in contract. Contracts can go onto a blockchain. Generic. Neat.
> Unpretentious.
> Bitnation is fascinating, thought provoking, but it seems somewhat off.
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