The Virtual State of ElvenLand

By Mchapeyama | CryptoSocial News | 30 Oct 2021


Will ElvenLand Succeed in Creating a Virtual state

The world state is changing with new products coming onboard. Recently, we have seen the mushrooming of metaverse projects. And one such project pursuing the metaverse with audacity is ZionE. Of course, many people may not know about ZionE, but they will. Nonetheless,  that is not the focus of this article. Here, we need to look at the issue of virtual states.

We have people who believe that when the world truly becomes globalized and technology takes another further step, we should have Virtual States. Defined, a virtual state is virtual organization which represents the interests of many people around the world to the extent that it has a similar structure with countries that exist.

Usually, these structures include government departments with employees, provision of products and services, government ministries, a digital currency and an economy.  A typical blockchain based project, Decenturion, was the first to take major strides towards becoming a virtual state. However, analysts believe that Decenturion was far too utopian, as the people proposed to have digital passports and taxation.

But, we believe that a version of that would be implementable. What do we mean? Oh Yeah, we mean a blockchain based project, with departments such as welfare, partnerships, human resources and many more. These departments will result in coordinated efforts to attain a collective vision.

ElvenLand is such a project, working hard to establish a virtual state, with its own digital currency and departments which resemble government ministries. Currently, great effort is being made to achieve this. ElvenLand for example, has its cryptocurrency based on the Tron blockchain called Elven, tradable on justswap. In fact, ElvenLand has achieved much more than Decenturion, in that it has a recognised digital currency.

Already it has 26 departments, which are functional represented by various tokens that power them. For example, Amiko resembles the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as it forges partnerships with other organizations. Helpi is like the department of social and humanitarian affairs and Offico is like the ministry of labour.  These departments are operational and have been in existence for over three months now.

However, we do not foresee having passports, representation on United Nations or levying taxation. These seem too farfetched.  Anyway, the truth is that we have a worldwide coordination of activities, making our effort an economy.  We get our inspiration from the bitcoin which people thought was a joke at its inception.

The guys running ElvenLand are daring. In fact, they learnt much from Decenturion. This is because some of the team members were part of the Decenturion project and know its weak points.

The fact is that the ElvenLand Virtual State is already operational. What is left is to expand to reach all the corners of the globe. By this, we mean having representatives in all countries. If you are a dreamer, like ElvenLand founders, then you can join and play your part.

Which countries are represented on the ElvenLand team?

There are people from many countries of the world including Israel, Pakistan, India, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Korea, and Indonesia. The list is long.

ElvenLand carries most of its activities on social platforms like Telegram, Facebook and twitter, just to mention a few.  It also holds its “cabinet meetings” on Zoom. 

Thus interested parties should join the telegram group, https://t.me/elvenland

 

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