Blockchain Tiny Home Village Part 1

So that you know, this is going to be a blog series because the topic we are going to cover is a complex topic. In this post, I am going to talk about how Blockchain Technology can be used to establish a village or town. For the example, I will use, we will talk about a tiny home village.

Most of the media around Blockchain technology has been around macro size capabilities. However, we tend to leave out the micro use cases for this tech.

     Before I begin, let me give you a little background of myself. I’m in the military, and I worked as an Air Force Engineering Specialist(AFC 3E5X1) in a Civil Engineering Squadron for the past ten years. A Civil Engineering Squadron builds and maintains bases. Keep in mind that depending on the base size, a base is pretty much a village or town. So, when I speak about establishing a village community, I am talking from experience in what it takes to carry out a complex task.

     We are talking about establishing a modern day village with tech that people in that M. Night Shyamalan movie “The Village” didn’t have. Since we are using blockchain technology as the digital infrastructure for our tiny home village, a white paper is needed. The white paper will serve as the plan for how the technology is implemented in the tiny home village. A village charter or similar document in conjunction with the white paper should still be created to cover how the government will be carried out. These documents can be digitally signed on the blockchain for all of the villagers to see, and this will be explained in a later post of this blog series.

     Well, that is it for the first post of this Blockchain Technology Powered Tiny Home Village blog series. The next post will cover some of the problems a tiny home community may have that blockchain can be used for as a solution. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn for our blog post and if you haven’t’ already, check out our cryptosocks. Who doesn’t like wearing comfortable socks in their home?