The bitcoiners who live 'permanently not there'
- August 19, 2020
- Bill Maurer, anthropology, Coin Desk, Aug. 19, 2020
You can have one foot in New York and one in the Cayman Islands and have responsibilities
to no one but yourself, Ronen Palan said. While the roots to this “lifestyle” may
be found in libertarianism – Bill Maurer, director of UC Irvine’s Institute for Money,
called it “late capitalist nomadism” – Palan said it’s less complicated: “Many people
enjoy the benefits of states. But they don’t like paying taxes.”
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