Future currencies and gold – Bernard Lietaer (Sorbonne) on complementary currencies

Non c’è bisogno di abolire l’euro. Le valute complementari possono neutralizzare lo strapotere di alcuni cartelli bancari e le spinte omologatrici delle forze accentratrici.
Sì, in questo caso è possibile avere la botte piena e la moglie ubriaca: lo sostiene anche uno dei padri dell’euro, ora euroscettico (ma non eurofobo).

Stefano Fait, forecasting foresight anticipation

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Bernard Lietaer is one of the architects of the euro.

The WIR seems quite a good model, almost an ideal currency for things that could be looked at in other parts of the world?

I have an even better model to recommend than the WIR. My interest in the WIR is due the fact that it is the only case where we have quality data over 80 years. There’s no other system that has provided as much data, over as long a period. This is particularly important to evaluate long-term macro-economic impact.

The Commercial Credit Circuit (C3) – a convertible version of the WIR – is the one I would recommend as more interesting than the WIR, because it is a B2B complementary currency that is convertible into conventional money. This makes it possible for governments to accept it in payment of taxes.

Most government public procurements need to…

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