People of all nations around the world will discover that the solution will not be found in more government control over society, but through an increase in human liberty and freedom for the individual economic actor.
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Inflation, is an invisible, secret tax that not even 1% of common people understands. It is dangerous and most of the time a fatal disease. If not under control in time, it can destroy society. No government is willing to accept responsibility for causing inflation.
We believe there will be many use cases for tokens but what we’re witnessing is a dramatic shift in interest in the market towards decentralized systems.
The Misiones cryptocurrency is a new blockchain-based project that aims to encourage recycling by introducing cryptocurrency incentives in Argentina The Misiones cryptocurrency in Argentina, called JellyCoin, is a new blockchain-based token backed by the local government and will be used to reward citizens who separate waste. The Argentine province of Misiones is planning to use […]
You might be surprised to know that all of you have acquired dual citizenship – sort of. You see, recently a new country with a new government was created in which You and I are citizens. It just so happens this new country is coextensive with the one in which I always thought I resided, […]
Last updated on August 22, 2017 by Surbhi S Law can be understood as the body of rules, established by the appropriate authority and adopted by the country as rules and principles that govern the actions of its members, that can be put into practice by the imposition of penalties. There are two types of […]
What is the circular economy? What does it look like in practice? Who’s doing it now? And how can you get involved? This week, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation launches a three-part video series that explores what the circular economy really means for businesses, people and society, and some of the most innovative examples of it […]
(A Citizen’s Basic Income is sometimes called a Basic Income (BI), a Citizen’s Income (CI), a Universal Basic Income (UBI), a Social Dividend, or a Universal Grant) A Citizen’s Basic Income is ‘Unconditional’: A Citizen’s Basic Income would vary with age, but there would be no other conditions: so everyone of the same age would […]
By Daniel Mermelstein 2nd July 2019Share Those who try to introduce change (into organisations or into any other community) know that it is wise to do it gradually and, if at all possible, while pretending that nothing much is actually changing. This is because they know that most people, most of the time, are resistant to […]