UK Department for International Trade

Many governments are attempting to avoid the worst global recession in history. The UK was one of the first to fund the public owned iGlobal initiative. The UK DIT is helping introduce it worldwide.

 

iGlobal™ Licence and currency transactions

Outlining the administration deployment framework, with typical transaction costs and returns. Costs are paid into the global public fund. Remuneration is founder shares and LFH currency. It is realistic for commercial and government founders to create this initiative in parallel. The following transactions result in the creation of 64 trillion LFH for people to spend online and in their local shops:

 

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Commercial founder

 

This is a transaction to register 1.4 billion users in multiple countries within 3 years:

 

  • iGlobal licence – 60 million USD.
  • Integration of iGlobal into bank and social media platforms, websites and apps – 100 million USD.
  • In return, they receive 19 billion LFH.

 

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Government founder

 

A government providing a public vote to take this initiative. Or a political party wins power because this is in their manifesto. This is a transaction for registering a population of 45 million:

 

  • iGlobal licence – 30 million USD.
  • Integration of iGlobal into electoral register – 30 million USD.
  • In return, they receive 600 billion LFH. Governments will not be able to spend any of this unless it has been agreed by a public vote.

 

 

This is an outline of just the start of empowering innovation. It is in addition to existing economic and political systems.