This article is a field report on PorcFest, a libertarian festival. The festival is part of the Free State Project, which seeks to build a libertarian voting bloc in New Hampshire. Porcfest is also a temporary proof-of-concept for a utopian libertarian society. At PorcFest, the preferred money forms are those that contain precious metals (such as bits of silver or pre-1964 US dimes) and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, which offer a kind of digital metallism. As a temporary site of economic alterity, PorcFest offers a reworked vision of shared value and trust in and between individuals.
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