J.H. Marseille | Conferentiebijdrage | Publicatiedatum: 24 april 2008
The monetary system is losing its reliability. Currencies, money, shells or gold where invented to make transactions transparent and secure. It was needed to bridge time and distance, so that we could specialize and overcome scarcity. Because of the free exchange of knowledge on production, distribution and conservation, as well as the enormous overproduction of formally scarce goods the economic landscape will change dramatically. The future of money will not be the future of the dollar, the yen or gold, but the soundness and loyalty of the individual's attention and loyality given to organizations, systems, problems that have to be solved or their fellow individuals.