Crypto is an industry formed in the wake of a grand vision. Its early pioneers were agorists who dreamed of a future beyond coercion and built tools to expand the space of freedom outward.
Overtime, crypto's vision has wavered. Agorism in the 21st Century (AXXI) was formed in response to this lack. AXXI seeks to revitalize crypto's potential by returning to its agorist roots.
AXXI amplifies dissonance and brings voices together from across the political spectrum. It is also a call for unity. AXXI resurrects the unifying vision of an agorist alliance beyond the surveillance state.
To journey outward with intent crypto must first embark on a journey to strengthen its resolve.
Agora. Anarchy. Action.
Our second issue combines an exploration of crypto’s redemption through solarpunk and lunarpunk praxis with two meditations on crypto’s relationship with death.
Cody Wilson, Wassim Z. Alsindi, Rachel-Rose O’Leary, Kevin Owocki, Pavol Luptak, LunarDAO and anonymous authors.
Our first issue includes a definition of agorism and reflects on crypto-anarchy, cold-anarchy, patchwork and the failures of market-fundamentalism.
Paul Dylan-Ennis, Jaya Klara Brekke, Nick Land, Amy Ireland, Harry Halpin.