Figure the main problem in the world today is its monetary system, so have built this:
The trick will be convincing anybody to use it.
- A generous universal basic income. Basically the equivalent of USD $60k/yr.
- Seeding based on regional productivity (inverse taxation.) Tax is actually a money "creation" process and happens implicitly.
- A democratic voting process for any fundamental changes to the system.
- A low barrier to entry. Should work just as well for a village in Kenya sharing a single smartphone as anybody standing at a Point-of-Sale terminal.
- Transparent transactions and accountability.
- Implicit dispute resolution.
- A consensus-based scalable distributed P2P architecture.
- An efficient and easy to work with messaging format.
- End-to-end TLS between all peers and user clients.
Draft technical bits here: https://civil.money/api
Should be releasing it for general "server download" availability and source code on GitHub until around December. Currently held back waiting on critical bug fixes in .NET Core 1.1 to be released.