Et in Arcadia Ego This is a hermeneutical monograph on Walter Benjamin’s “On the Concept of History” from the perspective of a crypto-anarchist in the digital age. Continue reading »
“The tradition of the oppressed teaches us that the “emergency situation” in which we live is the rule. We must arrive at a concept of history Continue reading »
“What does it matter who is speaking,” someone said, “what matters is who is speaking.” That’s the entire point. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a Continue reading »
How Anarchism Without Adjectives Can Point Towards a Method of Unifying Crypto Anarchism without adjectives was a form of anarchism developed in the late 19th century a Continue reading »
I humble offer the following homily as thanks to you and the glory to which you are creating through crypto. Hello Friends, Brothers of Bitcoin, Sisters Continue reading »
A very short etymology of the semantic hell that is ‘crypto’ The term crypto has a complex and deep history that reaches much father back then Continue reading »
The messianic power hidden in bitcoin and how it can save the world “All genuine political theories presuppose man to be evil.” — Carl Schmitt, On Continue reading »
Political life in the digital panopticon of the modern age “The obligation of subjects to the sovereign is understood to last as long, and no longer, Continue reading »
Crypto is a religion insofar that statism is also a religion.
Cryptosovereignty is the personal power, economic liberty, and political praxis that exist in bitcoin directly, crypto assets generally, and the internet widely. It is the power of any single human — no matter their station of birth, class of wealth, or creed of faith — to choose to put their economic, social, and political rights into a new digital common-wealth that is inviolable and beyond the power of any and all governments to violate.