for a fair economy
# What really moves us
A deep and comprehensive transformation of all parts of society, including its values and structure.
The new, self-managed society is based on autonomy and the abolition of all forms of domination: the state, capitalism, patriarchy, and all other forms that affect human relationships and with the natural environment.
Conscious and strategic actions are needed to compost the obsolescent structures and recover those values and qualities that enable us to live a life in common. As the most promising entry point for the collective change we see a new economic system.
This is giving people the opportunity to finally exit the vicious circle of capitalistic enslavement and its side effects, to find space for new ideas without boundaries and make possible the switch to a healthy life in balance with nature.
What is it?
- https://fair-coin.org/ FairCoin is the first fairly distributed crypto currency.
- 99.99% Proof-Of-Stake, rewarding savers and cooperation
- All the coins were premined and fairly distributed to thousands from all over the world. Computing power not needed.
- Backed by a strong, diverse and committed community.
- Promotes prosperity and financial freedom with real value.
- Working to become the coin of fair trade.
We are driven by consensus
A dive into our methodology
Open assemblies and consensus
In open assemblies, the community decides on how to reach our common goals.
Everybody can participate and make proposals for developments, changes, or projects to work on. When a proposal passes via consensus the respective proposal maker and the relevant working groups will take action.
We organise both the global online meetings and the physical local node meetings in this way.
Self-organization and Value Distribution
The FairCoop ecosystem organizes itself through Open Cooperativism.
Everybody is encouraged to participate with their individual skills and ideas, and take proactive responsibilities, thus helping the movement grow.
Based on our innovative collaborative working tool, the participants can either volunteer their hours or claim a remuneration in faircoin to cover their needs.
In this way we reward those who are bringing real value with their work into FairCoop, and the value distribution is done in a fair and decentralized way.
FairCoin is an ethical digital currency, driven by the values of the FairCoop ecosystem and supported by a fast-growing global cooperative movement.
It is decentralized, as with any other cryptocurency, but at the same time implements radical innovations that makes it unique in terms of ecological operation, stable value growth, ethical trade, savings and funding opportunities.
Its development continues with the goal of creating a fair economic system for the Earth.
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to build a
We are building a real and productive economy around FairCoin, with the creation of a circular use of products and services either at local or at a global level.
More and more merchants, shops and producers worldwide trust faircoin as a means of exchange, taking advantage of its stable value and the various open and free tools designed to support it.
# Local Nodes
Apart from the global vision, multiple Local Nodes are being added to the FairCoop network all around the world, in order to connect local initiatives, groups and people to the ecosystem.
This is a bidirectional relation that supports and realizes FairCoop’s goals in local communities while returning important feedback. It is a mutual aid network built to expand our economic system at the global level, through building local trust and supporting real economic activity.
How to create a local node
# Some of the major milestones we have achieved so far
- Made and are using an innovative, secure and ecological currency (FairCoin)
- Started a fast-growing global network of local nodes
- Opened a European cooperative framework (FreedomCoop)
- Co-founded a cooperative bank (Bank of the Commons)
- Built an online marketplace (FairMarket) and a collaborative working platform (OCP)
- Haven’t killed each other (yet) 😉