Roger Ver 'Honoured' Recipient of Liberland Diplomatic Passport


Liberland Issues First Diplomatic Passports

The self-proclaimed micronation, the Free Republic of Liberland, which has claimed a parcel of disputed land on the western bank of the Danube river, is holding a Summer Dinner event on August 26-28.

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Liberland’s Summer Dinner Event

Liberland President Vít Jedlička
Liberland President Vít Jedlička

The conference this coming weekend will showcase Liberland’s goals regarding its constitution, and banking and settlement standards. The Liberland event will be held at Novi Sad, Serbia at the Hotel Park – Novi Sad, with the official program beginning on Friday.

Attendees will be greeted with a warm welcome from the President, and a dinner will follow, accompanied by a piano concert from Mihajlo Žurkovič.

Ivan Bertović, Patrik Schumacher, Monika Chlumská, and Titus Gebel, among other special guests, will speak at the event. recently interviewed Liberland’s President, Vít Jedlička, who told our readers that Bitcoin “Is truly the base of our economy.”

As a forward thinking company,’s CEO Roger Ver has generously donated $10,000 USD in bitcoin to help the micronation’s efforts. Ver believes in the promotion of free markets and libertarianism in general, and thinks the micronation is off to a great start.

“ is supportive of Liberland both philosophically and financially,” Ver tells press. “We hope the movement continues to be successful.”

On the second day of the event — Saturday, August 27 — President Vít Jedlička will present the official program and introduce the honored speaking guests, such as Frank Karsten founder of Mises Institute in the Netherlands. The conference discussions will go over the micronation’s progressive constitution and the economic approach to its very own banking and settlement system.

The First Diplomatic Passports Awarded

LiberlandOn Sunday, August 28, there will be an optional boat trip that will show off the beautiful landscape of Liberland. The tour will commence with special activities, and the first diplomatic passports will be distributed to representative office members. The passports will be awarded to those who have helped Liberland’s progress since its foundation, as well as people who have contributed significantly to the libertarian infrastructure as a whole.’s Roger Ver has been welcomed by the micronation’s community of citizens, and he will be among the first one hundred people to receive passport recognition.

Our website, being dedicated to decentralized technology, peer-to-peer applications, and open source code, is all about helping a micronation that promotes Bitcoin as its base economy. With libertarian values at the forefront of Liberland’s mission, we believe this nation will have an advantage over nation-states that use force as a means to get their ends in contrast to voluntary consent.

Times are changing, and society’s move towards more progressive behavior is pleasing to people who are anti-war, pro-free market and prefer the philosophy of voluntaryism. Countries like Liberland and tools such as Bitcoin make people think in a whole new way, and supports ideas that break the status quo. We hope Liberland’s event is successful, and we always encourage everyone to come together in the advancement of liberty.

What do you think about Liberland’s upcoming Constitution, Banking and Settlement Summer Dinner event? Let us know in the comments below.

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