Asia Pacific Conservative Union Begins Blockchain Ecosystem to Fight Authoritarianism

The two leaders of the Asian-Pacific Conservative Union (APCU) have launched the Liberty Ecosystem, a blockchain-based network designed to combat authoritarianism, announced on March 2nd, Cointelegraph.

Co-sponsors of the project are APCU President Jikido "Jay" Aeba and Executive Director of the organization and co-founder Yasu Kikuta. The press release explains the initiative as a "decentralized federation of local advocacy and economic development organizations seeking to counter the rise of authoritarianism in the Asia-Pacific region and around the world."

According to the statement, the regime like China invests in foreign infrastructure projects to try to control the political sovereignty of other countries. Such use of economic power to carry out political control would begin to export an authoritarian model of government to other countries such as Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Japan.

The statement states that the blockchain project involves the use of so-called "signs of freedom" to create a common community and financial infrastructure to empower local anti-authoritarian organizations. The Indians also joined the ecosystem of the symbolic economy of Wowoo.

As Cointelegraph reported last November, while Thailand was under military control since May 2014 - with the Internet censorship and the denied Senate - the country has been shown to welcome innovations in terms of public and private rows and crypts.

It has long been said that human rights activist was one of Bitcoin's most common cases. In an interview last March, American whistleblower Edward Snowden, however, voiced concern over the long-term looks of Bitcoin, saying the public cryptocurrency blockchain enabled it to abused.


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