Some of our readers may have heard the story of Liberland, a tiny self-proclaimed nation in the vicinity of Croatia. Considering this piece of land was claimed by neither Croatia nor Serbia, Vít Jedlička recently claimed the land for himself and dubbed it “Liberland”, a micronation between both countries. The reason Liberland is of great importance to the digital currency community is because the official currency is Bitcoin, and Bitcoin only.
Liberland Causes Quite The Controversy
Even though the creation of a Bitcoin-only micronation sounds like a great idea, it is not exactly a practical idea to execute properly. One thing you have to keep in mind is that Liberland, just like any other micronation in the world, is not officially recognized by any country nor government. In fact, you could go as far as saying that micronations don’t officially exist.
To make matters even worse, there is no way to access Liberland by any other means than by foot. The only available road to travel by car is being blocked by the Croatian government, as they will not allow entry to Liberland from their side of the border. Needless to say,