Cryptocurrency has an impact on all aspects of the world economy. This has led to government involvement in the sector. This chapter examines the intersection of cryptocurrency, citizenship, migration, and the interaction between citizens and their governments. Many citizens now appreciate cryptocurrency as a conduit for socioeconomic liberation. The agility and flexibility of cryptocurrency present opportunities for efficiency and dynamism, especially in the marketplace. This evolution has not gone unnoticed. Cryptocurrencies have been utilized by governments to improve the way individuals interact with the state. Blockchain, the technology that underpins cryptocurrency, has been used in a variety of initiatives to improve civic results. In this chapter, several questions are raised and answered; how can/has the emergence of cryptocurrency shaped peoples’ experience with their governments and thereby shaped their citizenship. How may the emergence of cryptocurrency and the attendant blockchain technology enable citizens to take full advantage of, and optimize, their citizenship, especially in the context of their civil, political, and social rights that underpin their citizen-state experience? Cryptocurrency has implications for how persons access and experience their citizenship. Nationalism, citizenship by investment, dual citizenship, migration, and race are some notable venues where the nexus between cryptocurrency and citizenship plays out.