What are the benefits?
What are the benefits?

What are the benefits?

 

Helping more people innovate. Productivity increasing to its highest levels in ways to benefit our climate. Crime dropping to its all-time low.

 

 

All members of society politically engaged. Democracies consistently making informed decisions. People, communities, and populations changing their lives for the better. Corruption, organised, and opportunistic crime will fade. Many millions of lives and billions of dollars saved from the illegal drug trade alone.

 

“Decentralised economies are driven to profit their democracies, offering a far better way of life over economies driven to profit the central banking system.” (Head of Global SafetyWatch)

 

 

Measuring wealth

 

Only the central banking system tracks how much money people have. Helping some wealthy people feel superior. With decentralised systems only the currency holder has access to how much money they have.

 

Wealth is measured from all aspects of life. Meaningful lives are important. How much money is no longer the main deciding factor. People won’t feel superior, regardless of nationality, gender, political belief, or colour.

 

“With informed decisions, how many populations will vote to attack other nations?” (Oprah Winfrey)

 

 

Decentralised way of life

 

Think of the gap between the rich and poor steadily widening with today’s central banking. Now think of an economic system that is designed to benefit democracies. Political decisions from the public for governments to follow.

 

“The world’s vaccine against disinformation.” (Kal Penn, former Associate Director, White House Office of Public Liaison)

 

Human rights and equality

 

This is becoming a regulated industry. No longer just a statement on websites. By making more people equal, there will be less to discriminate.

 

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

 

 

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