• 2 billion people without access to basic financial services
  • $6.5 trillion sent home by migrant workers by 2030
  • 57.3 million freelancers in the U.S. alone
  • 20-30% of labor force in US and EU now self-employed
  • 1 billion remote and nomadic workers by 2035
  • $3.85 trillion in digital payments in 2017
  • $75 billion in peer-to-peer payments in 2017
  • $21.84 billion in losses due to credit and debit card fraud


  • 258 million total global immigrants in 2017
  • 65.6 million people displaced by conflict, persecution, and climate change
  • 10 million stateless people denied basic rights and access to services
  • 11.3 million people live and work across national borders in the EU alone


  • 10 million stateless people denied basic rights and access to services
  • 421 billion personal records hacked in 2016
  • 17.5 million victims of identity theft in the US alone in 2014
  • $2 trillion lost to cybercrime projected in 2019
  • Cultural identity increasingly fractured by transnational forces


  • 2.6 billion people (36% of global population) currently with no say over how they’re governed
  • 49 countries with no basic individual freedoms
  • 57 national economies destroyed by hyperinflation


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The exponential changes we see happening in technology today are mirrored by profound transformations and disruptions in our social and economic lives.

Each year, more and more people are living, working, and exchanging value across physical borders, whether by choice or by necessity.

Centralized, hierarchical institutions and governments are under ever-increasing pressure from this upheaval, and public trust in them is at an all-time low.

At the same time, technological disruption is bringing a greater possibility for global abundance than ever before.

So how can we leverage these changes for good?


Decentralized technologies like blockchain are already transforming our lives, and are on course to make centralized institutions obsolete for many human needs.

In the world of tomorrow, the cryptographic strength of blockchain technology means we no longer need to place our trust in third parties, and the threat of fraud and bad actors becomes a worry of the past.

New choice-based communities arise, glued together not by profit but by shared humanity and cooperation.

As more and more people seek greater autonomy in finance and in work, trust-minimized, decentralized systems arise to support them, opening up new avenues of possibility for their lives.

Decentralized technologies can help us address the challenges of tomorrow, but only if we start building them today.

The Zulu Republic is a place being built on the blockchain, where people, businesses, and organizations can thrive on their own terms.

Citizens of the Zulu Republic live anywhere and everywhere, but are united by a shared vision for the future, a vision of true economic freedom and empowerment — of taking back our destinies from powerful institutions.

In the Zulu Republic, you control your own funds, and thanks to the power of cryptography and distributed computing, they exist everywhere, securely on the blockchain, not in bank ledgers or vulnerable centralized servers.  Exchange value, access credit, do business, and raise funds anywhere in the world with the peace of mind offered by secure, immutable blockchain protocol.


Trust minimization – By minimizing the need for an assumption of trust in third parties, blockchains provide a greater deal of individual autonomy and security without the need for intermediary institutions.  This can be beneficial in a number of situations and use cases, especially those for which there’s a need for fraud reduction and the minimization of risk due to bad actors.

Censorship resistance – Decentralized cryptographic technologies (epitomized today by blockchains) are open, free, and unstoppable, offering global collaboration and value exchange with unprecedented levels of security, fraud protection, and censorship resistance.

Human capitalism – Blockchains will empower individual human actors to compete with large institutions and corporations, or even replace them entirely in certain sectors. Aided by the power of smart contracts and cryptocurrencies, more and more people in the near future will be able to sell their own products, services, and creative work independently. Access to contracting infrastructure, previously out of reach for most individuals, startups, and small businesses, is now open to anyone.

Social change – Throughout history, periods of profound social progress have been enabled by technological disruption. As future systems evolve to provide greater autonomy and financial possibility to individuals, we have the possibility of ushering in a new era of abundance and social wellbeing.


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