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Welcome to @balajis.eth! He’s kindly agreed to do an AMA. Reply with your questions. :)
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What are some types of people who found network state ideas very appealing that you totally were not expecting?
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I was surprised at how quickly people in many different regions of the world got the concept, even without translation. Two examples: 1) Catalonians https://twitter.com/balajis/status/1547139483581026305?lang=en 2) Japanese https://x.com/balajis/status/1613433756609810433?s=46
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There is also very significant appeal to people who don’t prioritize the same things I do at all, but do want to build communities together. For example: there are more network staters among the progressive left than the center left, because the former are more discontented with the state of the world.
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