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We are moving towards decentralization


Evidences we’re moving towards decentralization

Bitcoin adoption


The number of unique addresses that appeared for the first time in a transaction of the native coin in the network.

The entire journalism industry is in a free fall, losing fight against individual creators


People prefer renting then buying houses and choose to move to remote regions in search for more reasonable living costs


The price-to-rent ratio index (

A high price-to-rent ratio typically suggests that buying a home is more expensive than renting, indicating that it might be a better time to rent rather than buy. Conversely, a low price-to-rent ratio suggests that buying a home is relatively cheaper compared to renting, potentially signaling a better time to purchase property.

Complete reprioritization of professionals in high demand


This chart shows the professions for which the most vacancies will be created in the next 5 years and vice versa, those that will be eliminated in the future.

LLMs OSS vs Private


Open source models are rapidly improving and even surpassing some private models. Source: ARK Invest

Countries offering digital nomad visas


Twitch watchparties for sports and events getting bigger audience than official transmissions


In short, micro saas are tiny pieces of monetized software that are charged on a recurrent monthly basis, such as browser plugins or chatbots that operate on a specific domain, such as a restaurant, for example. With technologies such as serverless computing and AI to help you with code generation, you can have one tiny piece of software with a very specific funcionality up and running in a week or so.

Also, microsaas communities are on the rise worldwide, such as:

“**we're not far from AI enabling a one-person billion dollar company” - Sam Altman**

Lack of justice / incapacity of the state to provide public justice or safety

In more wealthy neighborhoods in Brazil, people are gathering together to both communicate throgh whatsapp groups and using crowdfund to pay for private security and vigilance, as the police is simply not being able to deal with the rising criminal activity in the region:

Links (all in brazilian-portuguese pt-Br idiom):

Strong clash of political opinions within countries amid global right-wing politics wave

  • Election of libertarian state leaders, such as Javier Milei in Argentina
  • Gustavo Petro, the president of Colombia, calls for a new constituent assembly, alleging that the congress does not want to serve the interests of the people.
  • The President of Peru attempts a coup by announcing military intervention and the closure of Congress, and ends up being arrested.

The availability of global accounts in banks / exchanges and the ease of overseas money transfers within the fiduciary system itself

  • (now part of Nomad group)

Satellite internet access for remote regions and advanced VPN services to push through censorships

  • Starlink
  • VPNs to bypass censorship or restrictions imposed by systems like the Great Firewall of China

Private cities being born

It is not always fireworks, though

To be continued…

In the next articles I’ll focus on how old power structures will use the tools (an which tools there are) available to try to at least hold on to the control or influence they have over people’s lives.