Universal Basic Income vs Cash Credit Reserve, what is the difference and why do we choose the model of a Cash Credit Reserve with the Community Welfare Program. Here we take a closer look at the choices we made to combat the wealth gap. The question should always be what is best for members and not so much which system is better?
This project document was first published on December 16, 2020. We have revised and rewritten the entire document. The document is now correct for the current situation. This document is part of a series of 3 project documentation.
What does a real and sustainable solution to the wealth gap look like? This Community Welfare Program initiative gives you that insight. It is a strategy to bring the unbanked community into the banking system. A response to the politically influenced debates about a universal basic income. Blockchain and crypto will embrace this trajectory and give the project security and robustness. That’s the topic we will cover and much more.
What does a real and sustainable solution to the wealth gap problem look like? A strategy to bring unbanked of this society into the banking system. It is a response to the endless politically influenced debates about a Universal Basic Income. Blockchain and crypto will help with that. You will find this and much more in this article.
We previously devoted two articles to Bitcoin, so we cannot remain silent now and must respond to current developments. In this article we will discuss a shortcoming in our last article on bitcoin, then we will continue with the current price development of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Finally, we discuss various developments in the crypto space. But let’s be clear, this is our take on crypto and not investment advice.
The journey of this innovation project. How did the idea for this project come about? Which problem do we want to solve? What steps do we go through to create a product? Why we think the garment manufacturing sector needs this and much more …
Bitcoin is inhumane, anti-social, has selfish qualities and as a social project is absolutely doomed to fail. A nice clickbait-like opening of course but follow me in my thinking and you will probably discover, like me, that there is truth to this statement. Bitcoin is preached by its proponents as if it were a religion. Hosanna stories abound, negative comments are responded to in the sense that you are too dumb to understand what it is about, and opponents are dismissed as if they were the personification of the old evil capitalist system.
This story will be a simplified explanation of what Bitcoin and Blockchain are about. How did it originate and what drove the innovators behind this project to develop this creative system? It is an attempt to educate the reader about Bitcoin and Blockchain.
We get a lot of questions about cryptocurrencies and Blockchain, with this document we try to motivate the reader to learn more about these topics. They are fascinating topics and will be part of everyone’s daily activities, consciously or subconsciously.
Even een blog tussendoor, ik heb er weer eens een week opzitten waarin ik veel tijd en energie heb gestoken in zaken voor een cliënt, terwijl dit eenvoudig opgelost had kunnen worden als de cliënt een “normale relatie” had gehad met zijn “huisbankier”. Deze blog gaat niet in op de schuldvraag, wie is er verantwoordelijk voor het uitblijven van een relatie tussen de ondernemer en zijn huisbank. Het is meer een relaas van waar mijn gedachten zo nu en dan naar toe dwaalden toen ik bezig was voor de cliënt.
2020 was nothing like the year we imagined in advance. The past year was the 5th year of our existence as a company. We planned the year in advance to be the big breakthrough year, we worked towards it carefully and the year was off to a good start. Everyone on our team started 2020 in a good mood, but everything changed in the first quarter. Of course, this applies to everyone, so we are not special about that.