100 miles of land to build a sandbox? Far more than Musk’s Tesla next door in Nevada’s industrial park northeast of Reno. Enough for a city, but it’s not for mining.
“It will be the most talked-about event in Prague. It will be moving. And we want it to include you,” they say, adding “groundbreaking news from Blockchains, LLC founder, Jeffrey Berns.”
They talk the talk, and they have our imagination running wild. Could it possibly be? Is it really that big?
“If you think we bought enough land that we are the same size as the city of Reno, let your mind go on what we have planned,” Berns said, adding:
“There will be a huge physical presence and unlike anything that has ever been seen. What we will build here will change not just Nevada but the entire planet. It literally will emanate from here.
This will become the blockchain center of the universe. And because of that, all that blockchain has to offer will start here.”
Nevada’s Governor Brian Sandoval seems to agree. “One of the next big chapters in this Nevada story is Blockchains,” he said.
A former attorney, Berns litigated cases against banks for years. That apparently left him with a bad taste, blockchain the savior.
“Imagine a world where people can collaborate from anywhere they are, establish rules for their collaboration, exchange value, and have it all enforced by blockchain – not by a government, not by a bank, but by code that’s guaranteed to do what it’s supposed to do,” Berns said.
“The stuff that is being developed right now is going to change every facet of our life – how we work, how we play, and how we live.”
They opened the temporary headquarters in June, hiring 70 individuals with plans to hire 1,000 by 2021 and eventually tens of thousands.
Sandoval has renamed the area of 67,000 acres of land as innovation park. In a video, they say they’re building a sandbox.
On their website, they say “a lot of companies s...