The Ultimate Passport for Digital Nomads: A Country on the Internet — Andy Sto

What is a Country on the Internet?

Why create a Country on the Internet?

  • Let’s get real for a moment: Geographical borders are impractical. Built at a time when it made sense that people were based in one place for purposes of living off the land, now, the internet has removed borders — you can earn your income elsewhere.
  • A lot of countries are riddled with corruption. The goal is to build a better society on the internet
  • People want to belong — and they need someone to rely on. With atomized societies, have less of a separate identity from corporations and work. The internet country provides an alternative.
  • The internet and technology have enabled us the ability to create better-functioning countries. The infrastructure will have much less red tape, enabling digital nomad constituents to adapt quicklier.
  • Innovation and competition in citizenship are good for people, however, it is the contention of this article that governments should no longer be able to take advantage of their people. Until now, countries have had a monopoly, but the balance of power is shifting back to the individual — as it should be.

Freeing Digital Nomads from Physical Traveling Restrictions

Now We’re Really Moving Beyond the Wild West!

More About the Company behind the Digital Country

How to ‘Become a Resident’ in Plumia’s Digital Nomad Country

In Conclusion



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Andy Sto

Andy Sto

Digital Nomad focused in #remotework and #digitalnomadism