When: Friday, 12 June
11:15 am - 12:45 pm
Although Mutual Credit has a strong pedigree, both theoretical and practical, it cannot be said to have ‘moved the needle’ in terms of the world economy.
If we believe that mutual credit is important, that it holds a promise of deep systemic change to the incentives that dictate what sort of economy we can have, then we need to understand the reasons for this lack of wider impact.
This session will assume a certain degree of knowledge about mutual credit which will be explained in the introductory session on the 11th.
With Grace Rachmany as chair of the session we will hear from Enric Duran of Faircoin, Giuseppe Littera of Sardex, Ferananda from Commons Engine and members of the UK’s Open Credit Network discussing:
- Issues of Scale
- Issues of mass adoption
- The pull of ‘real money’
- Story telling vs tool building
- Managing trade imbalances, investment, assets, and assurance
- And the potential scope of a global network of mutual credit networks
If you’re interested in joining or starting a new economy currency project this session will provide you with a huge amount of background and an introduction to the projects at the cutting edge of the filed.
Registration is required so please book your tickets now.
This is our chance to co-create the future we want, together!
Where: Online, Video conference, The Open Co-op