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Créer des monnaies par millions Et si on essayait ? Les crédits mutuels, systèmes d'échange local, SOL (abréviation de solidaire), devises régionales, ou encore bons de réduction se multiplient (2/6). LE MONDE | • Mis à jour le | Par Hervé Kempf Ne dites pas à Roland Canonica qu'il contribue à changer le monde, il croit qu'il est banquier... Si M. Elle est née en Suisse en 1934, au coeur de la crise économique, de l'union d'une quinzaine de petites entreprises : celles-ci voulaient pouvoir s'échanger leurs produits, alors même que, faute d'argent, le commerce était au point mort. Comment cela fonctionne-t-il ? Le système a fait ses preuves, de nombreuses autres entreprises s'y sont agrégées, l'organe de comptabilité a obtenu le statut bancaire. "Vous l'aimez cuit comment, votre saumon ? Son amabilité recouvre une longue et originale expérience de financier. "L'homogénéisation monétaire, dit M. Les conséquences sont néfastes. La solution de Bernard Lietaer à tous ces maux ? Pour en savoir plus : Découvrir les SOL.
Bitcoin Monitor Raising the roof on debt Peter Schiff is one of the few non-biased investment advisors to have correctly called the current bear market before it began. Published time: May 17, 2011 18:38 Today the U.S. government officially borrowed beyond its $14.29 trillion statutory debt limit. And even though the Obama administration has assured us that accounting gimmickry will allow the government to borrow for another few months, the breach has given seeming urgency to Congressional negotiations to raise the debt ceiling. The ceiling was first imposed in 1917 as part of a deal that passed the Liberty Bond Act that funded America's entry into the First World War. The problem was that Congress never passed a law to prevent future Congresses from raising the ceiling. Despite the costs associated with the Korean War, the next increase did not come until 1954. Practically speaking, a ceiling that is raised automatically is no ceiling at all. A reduction in debt levels is good economics.
Alternative currency An alternative currency (or private currency) is any currency used as an alternative to the dominant national or multinational currency systems (usually referred to as national or fiat money). They are created by an individual, corporation, or organization, they can be created by national, state, or local governments, or they can arise naturally as people begin to use a certain commodity as a currency. Mutual credit is a form of alternative currency, and thus any form of lending that does not go through the banking system can be considered a form of alternative currency. When used in combination with or when designed to work in combination with national or multinational fiat currencies they can be referred to as complementary currency. Barters are another type of alternative currency. Often there are issues related to paying tax. List of alternative currencies Advantages Alternative currencies are reported to work as a counterbalance for the local economy. Disadvantages
Login Area Friday, August 5th, 2011 From the desk of Tom Williams, operator of MyBitcoin.com For immediate release. After careful analysis of the intrusion we have concluded that the software that waited for Bitcoin confirmations was far too lenient. An unknown attacker was able to forge Bitcoin deposits via the Shopping Cart Interface (SCI) and withdraw confirmed/older Bitcoins. It appears to be human error combined with a misunderstanding of how Bitcoin secures transactions into the next block. In hindsight we should have credited deposits after one confirmation so they would show up in the transaction history, and held the deposit until it reached at least 3 confirmations. We are in the process of building a claim procedure for the remainder of the holdings now. The claim process will consist of a online form where the claimant will be required to enter their MyBitcoin username and password. Tom Williams
L019: Bitcoin P2P Currency: The Most Dangerous Project We've Ever Seen - Launch - Solid discussions of this piece on BoingBoing.net, Hacker News, Slashdot and Reddit. Rob Tercek has a follow up to this piece here. by Jason Calacanis and the LAUNCH team A month ago I heard folks talking online about a virtual currency called bitcoin that is untraceable and un-hackable. Folks were using it to buy and sell drugs online, support content they liked and worst of all -- gasp! -- play poker. Bitcoin is a P2P currency that could topple governments, destabilize economies and create uncontrollable global bazaars for contraband. I sent the 30 or so producers of my show This Week in Startups out to research the top players, and we did a show on Bitcoin on May 10. After month of research and discovery, we’ve learned the following: 1. What Are Bitcoins? 1. Each owner transfers the coin to the next by digitally signing a hash of the previous transaction and the public key of the next owner and adding these to the end of the coin. The benefits of a currency like this:
Metacurrency Collabathon: a wealth system After Sibos, Q4 is usually the period of the year when I try to re-boot, to refresh my sources, to be a sponge and take-in new knowledge. It’s when I start painting for the next year. When the themes and trends for next year start emerging. I wanted to get a much better feel for what this world of alternative and complementary currencies was all about, and decided to join a week-end “Collabathon” organized by Art Brock (@artbrock) and Eric Harris-Braun (@zippy314), the founders of The Metacurrency Project. From their site: What is the NextNet? It was a small group of people – about 50 or so- gathering that Friday evening. Friday evening was intro-day. The weekend had something “sacred”. Some of you may remember that Art was one of our “igniters” for the New Economies session at Innotribe at Sibos Toronto, but there we only had a couple of minutes. Here at this Collabathon, Art and Eric gave a 3-hour deep introduction on The Metacurrency project. Metacurrency comes in two parts: Seas Sea/See