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What We Do

We collaborate on the design, implementation, research and best practices in complementary currency systems. We’re a cross-disciplinary network of mutually-supportive monetary change makers. Read more about us.

We need not petition Congress and we need not waste time to denounce bankers, for they can neither help nor hinder our natural right to extend credit to each other, and this is the perfect basis for a money system. E. C. Riegel

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Breakthroughs from three most influential central banks

Three exciting breakthroughs have happened over the last two weeks! They involve three of the world’s most powerful central banks: the Bank of England, the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank.   1) Bank of England The Bank … Continue reading

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What does Brexit mean for monetary reform in the UK?

Yesterday the UK voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48%. The referendum is being treated as binding by politicians, so once article 50 of the Lisbon treaty is enacted, the UK will have 2 years to negotiate … Continue reading

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The Woman Who Has Conquered Rome

Rome’s new mayor, Virginia Raggi, supports a barter system based on the super-successful Sardinian secondary scheme called Sardex, our partner in Italy. She thinks this complementary system will help low-income… read more →

So long, collaborative economy!

As a concept, the collaborative economy is being torn apart. Maybe it is time to put an end to its misery.

The post So long, collaborative economy! appeared first on OuiShare EN – Connecting the Collaborative Economy by Arthur De Grave.

So long, collaborative economy!

As a concept, the collaborative economy is being torn apart. Maybe it is time to put an end to its misery.

The post So long, collaborative economy! appeared first on OuiShare EN – Connecting the Collaborative Economy by Arthur De Grave.

#BrixtonFund: Local Group of the Month – Hero’s Journey

Over the last nine months, Ciaran Thapar and Rory Bradshaw have been volunteering at their local community centre in Loughborough Junction. Backed by the Brixton Fund, the Brixton Pound’s micro-grants scheme, they have established Hero’s Journey – a weekly discussion group for teenage boys. Here, they explain the story so far. How did Hero’s Journey […]

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