Continuing our series on what it would take for PricelessDAO to be an independent state...
February Call Topics: Note Time Change
by Grace Rachmany
January 25, 2021
For the purposes of a Network State, according to the author Balaji Srinivasan , there must be...
(Author: Grace Rachmany, co-founder, Priceless Economics / Voice of Humanity) One of the...
Persecution, really. "We want to be able to peacefully start a new state for the same reason we...
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February 3: UBI, is that even a good thing? Is UBI a good idea? Pros and cons, how implementation might happen, alternatives to UBI. We’ve touched on UBI many times and it seems there are multiple perspectives.
February 10: Mounds of debt. What would Systematic Demonetization of $258 Trillion in Global Debt look like ( Interview – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cYGmGZOabQ )? Guest hosts!
February 17: Store of value. Should money store value? Why or why not? What are the alternatives? What would be the consequences of demurrage or other forms of “taxing” currencies
February 24: Ritual Discussion Overview: Many actions–maybe most actions–in a cohesive community are held in place by social rather than monetary consequences. In this discussion we will explore different types of rituals and social shaming, and the roles they might play as we are building communities. The intention is that this will branch out to specific topics on how we could create modern rituals for communities.
Ideas for March Topics: Please contact me, comment below, or join the telegram group to propose topics. Our policy for topic suggestions is that all are accepted unless there is a material objection by a member of the discussion group.