global purpose

 

A new economics emerges from pure p2p financial protocols for networks, creating an unbounded non-group, the eco^2 entity.

The eco^2 entity is not a company or a bank or a shop or a pension scheme, and yet it performs the same transactional functions through a single self-similar social contract, while inducing a culture shift from money-making to value-creation. The environment within the entity is purely peer-to-peer, affording a collaborative commons, and all money derived from value creation is equally distributed through a system of weighted subjective enumeration. A real-world, trusted and embodied network reveals a set of social solutions which lie beyond the reach of traditional, bounded organisations like companies, charities and government bodies. Precise open-space technologies such as non-directed meetings and action cycles provide the depth and speed to complement traditional organisational mechanisms, and constitute a shift in business methodology from information and knowledge to not-knowing and wisdom. Individual practice directly influences the health of the entire collective eco^2 entity, inviting and attracting exponential growth based on genuine and mutual experience.

  • self-similar social contract — a social contract based on a scalable coupling of number and time — MTTP
  • culture shift — everything we know about economics is turned on its head — IP
  • collaborative commonsall production is co-created and open-sourced
  • equally distributedall surplus is equally divided and then distributed through each individual as they deem valuable — SEA
  • embodied networknot another disembodied, virtual group, but real-world, trusted and personal relationships
  • open-space technologiescombining social innovation with proven cultural practices to enable collective decisioning
  • business methodologyeco^2 is scalable, results-driven, innovative, and humane
  • inviting and attractingonce value is co-created, money follows naturally

benefits

 Evolved with due care and attention by participants, what are the potential benefits?
  • genuine, personal, human engagement
  • saving £300-£600 million in charity sector alone
  • democratising venture capital
  • monetising social media
  • maximum financial gearing ratio of 1:5
  • no overhead costs for entrepreneurs
  • long-tail income from multiple fractional sources
  • empowering petitioning with real financial punch
  • shifting from product push to consumer pull
  • an end to money as we know it

 

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