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  1. 1. Currency World Cafe Which currency supports my / our intention ? ● Find your favourite on 1 of 4 tables ● Money based ● Time based ● Crypto currencies ● Colourcash
  2. 2. Table 1 Money based currencies
  3. 3. Money based permacredits
  4. 4. Money based LETS ● Local Exchange Trading System (LETS) ● Keep money in the region ● Value is connected to a place ● Interest free ● Can't be bought for money
  5. 5. Money based Brixton Pound ● Valid in Brixton, London ● For sale in Pound Sterling ● Cash, Notes & Text Messaging ● 10% extra purchasing power ● Income is mixture of £ / B£
  6. 6. Money based Barter ● Business swapping goods ● When there is no capital to finance trade ● Every transaction is charged ● “trade euro”
  7. 7. Table 2 Time based
  8. 8. Time Based LETS hours ● Value = time ● Exchange of services ● Validity limited to a location ● All hours are equal ● No interest
  9. 9. Minuto ● Every participant issues vouchers ● 60 minuto = 1 hour of quality performance ● = 30 euro (in 2010) ● Inflation free and local ● Current until return to issuer / 3 years ● +2 persons surety
  10. 10. Table 3 Internet & Crypto currencies
  11. 11. VEN ● Global digital p2p currency ● For everyone, issued by Hub Culture ● Value floats between regular currencies, bulk goods and CO2 futures
  12. 12. Crypto eGulden ● eGulden open source peer-to-peer crypto currency. ● send and receive direct, secure transfers from everyone in the world who also has a eGulden wallet. ● No banks or transaction costs involved making payments
  13. 13. Crypto Bitcoin ● Electronic coin ● Contains cryptographic cyphers ● Number of bitcoins is limited by maths to 21 million ● Harvesting bitcoins costs processing time = energy ● Transactions are secured but not 100% anonymous, even for bitcoin-protocol users ● Mutually exchange ● Bitcoin claim it is like gold - limited volume
  14. 14. Internet Ripple ● Social network community currency ● Peer-to-peer ● Looks like Online Lets with user who “trust” each other ● Pay to untrusted peers using a series of “trusted” peers. ● Value of XRP floats on the market
  15. 15. Table 4 Colourcash
  16. 16. Colourcash ● 3D or 6D system to approach ecologic value ● Goal = balance ● Transparency, responsibility ● Matter within lifecycle, outside life cyce and energy are counted for seperately ● Value is related to a natural product or utensil using S.I units like Watt, kg
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