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'''This section's theme are generally the monetary aspects of P2P trends, and more specifically, aspects of monetary reform, that aim to make the monetary system into a participatory resource that more broadly benefits larger sectors of the world population.'''
 
'''This section's theme are generally the monetary aspects of P2P trends, and more specifically, aspects of monetary reform, that aim to make the monetary system into a participatory resource that more broadly benefits larger sectors of the world population.'''
  
The P2P Foundation supports the direct social production of money, such as for example through [[Open Money]] systems.
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The P2P Foundation supports the direct social production of money, such as for example through [[Open Money]] and other [[P2P Exchange Infrastructure Projects]] systems.
  
 
This page will be maintained by Michel Bauwens and [http://www.p2pfoundation.net/index.php/Martin%2C_Greg Greg Martin].
 
This page will be maintained by Michel Bauwens and [http://www.p2pfoundation.net/index.php/Martin%2C_Greg Greg Martin].

Revision as of 11:21, 22 April 2007

This section's theme are generally the monetary aspects of P2P trends, and more specifically, aspects of monetary reform, that aim to make the monetary system into a participatory resource that more broadly benefits larger sectors of the world population.

The P2P Foundation supports the direct social production of money, such as for example through Open Money and other P2P Exchange Infrastructure Projects systems.

This page will be maintained by Michel Bauwens and Greg Martin.

Contact email: Greg is at epoch at mailshack dot com

Citation

"You treasure what you measure, and you measure what you treasure. Open money provides the tools to implement this maxim. What should we be treasuring in our culture and on our planet that we so far have no way to measure?" (http://openmoney.info/sophia/index.html)


Introductions

  1. Why Peer to Peer Currencies will Grow
  2. Rationale for Monetary Reform by Greg Martin.
  3. Why the Growth Imperative is Linked to our Monetary Format
  4. Declaration Of The Universal Right Of Monetary Creation
  5. Open Money Manifesto



Key Concept Pages to read

Abundance vs. Scarcity and Monetary Scarcity vs. Monetary Sufficiency - Non-scarcity based monetary systems

Monetary Reform, Demurrage and Seigneurage

Wealth Typology and Wealth Acknowledgement

Also read our more general page on Peer Property


Key Delicious Tags

Abundance, http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/Abundance

Complementary Currencies, http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/Complementary-Currencies

Monetary Reform, http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/Monetary-Reform

Open Money, http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/Open-Money

P2P Money, http://del.icio.us/mbauwens/P2P-Money


Key Essays

The Future of Payment Systems. By Bernard Lietaer.

Pages in category "Money"

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Media in category "Money"

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