Answered by Dan Lawrence, SEO and e-commerce specialist
Digital Nomadism is really the pragmatic implementation of Anarchist theory since digital nomads are decentralised, not contractually bound via a social contract to a single state, employer contract or other form of indoctrination. They satisfy the definition of Anarchism, which is simply "a theory of government devoid of a centralised authoritarian guarantor".
So long as enough people become digital nomads, they are a fledgling anarchist state, since they are governed by no one but themselves and their environment, which they can change at almost a moment's notice. The more progressive states are realising this already and planning ahead or hedging their bets.
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