We stand at the doorstep of revolution. Decent, but revolutionary changes towards the decentralization. We stand at the doorstep of decentrevolution.

Since the beginning of computer and internet mass use, it was apparent that these technologies would change the world. Some people were afraid they will change it for the worse, whereas others have looked to the bright future with optimism. Economists were raving about the technological advancement and increased productivity, security analysts warned against threats of anonymization and cyberterrorism, sociologists started to talk about a new age where interactive online communication replaced one-way communication which has changed its form throughout the history from the spoken word to books and televisions. People in other significant fields started discovering these phenomena change the old paradigms fundamentally.

It is the same thing with people who are not connected thanks to sciences, but thanks to interests, hobbies or identical social goals. Computers and internet have changed shopping and selling, information distribution, privacy, copyright laws, education, sex… And last but not least, computers have changed and will totally change our freedom.

We have countless examples of changes to a greater freedom already taking place. They are necessarily connected with the already mentioned areas – internet has increased the market power of buyers and lowered prices, it has fundamentally decreased prices of any information, irretrievably changes the view on state monopoly of the copyright, it allows to study anything practically from anywhere, it has removed sexual and other prejudices… Voluntarily decentralized sharing of information is a great revolution for freedom, for a man standing against unnecessary violence, against violence of the state.

It is not difficult to imagine how deeply the former state power over its subjects has been disrupted thanks to this commencing decentrevolution. Will it still be possible to burn books? In the developed world of today, would it still be possible to burn witches because of the fear of the unknown? Would it even be possible to hide concentration camps in Europe? How would Czechoslovak dissent look like, if dissidents had internet? Can something like the Ministry of Post make sense at some point again?

However, no matter how strongly we can feel the commencing decentrevolution even now, it is important to realize we are standing at the very beginning of it. Computers might be in puberty now, but internet is without any doubt still a child. A child which received a younger sibling into the family. A miraculous toddler which will change the world anew. Blockchain.

Blockchain is a big leap in decentrevolution. It came to be in theory only in 2008 and a year after it was actually implemented for the first time in a decentralized shared and transparent ledger – the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Satoshi Nakamoto, its creator, has made something which has far-reaching consequences for the future of our world.

Historically, the humankind has naturally tried to centralize a lot of fields. It is logical economically thanks to lower costs due to economies of scale, and namely because of the trust problem. Expanding a business in the civilized world requires exchange of people who do not trust each other, because they do not know each other. Such problems have been dealt with by physical presence of the both parties or by a trustworthy third party. Therefore, courts of law, banks, schools and other institutions were created and they solved this problem elegantly.

Blockchain however offers even more elegant solution. It allows anybody to own all information about transactions. It is a gigantic shared record book of ownership and its changes, without a single centre which could be seized and changed to someone’s advantage. And history teaches us that rulers had many reasons to monopolize courts, banks, schools and other natural centres.

Decentrevolution destroys this insatiable desire of the state. It creates a network without any head which could be cut off or kidnapped. If you see any natural centre, blockchain will play a key role in the future thanks to decentrevolution. Natural monopoly in books distribution has been monopolized by the state in the form of intellectual property and freed by P2P sharing. Natural monopoly of banks and related trustworthy third parties has also been taken over by the state and formed into current central banking. The future however lies in cryptocurrencies.

Entrepreneurs of the world, unite.

Innovators of all fields and beliefs, look for natural centres, easily manipulated, easy to take control of or easy to destroy, and transform them through blockchain into decentralized networks. Free the education from the formerly natural and today by state-monopolized centres – state schools – let the records of education be shared in blockchain. Decentralize records of physical ownership and free the law. Free marriages and other legal relations. Continue the revolution, revolution towards decentralization, but only in a way the free entrepreneurial discovering can – non-violently, decently. Continue the decentrevolution and free us!

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