Jul
28
2019
Matthew Slater

How to build a global, moneyless, interest-free trading system: Matthew Slater of the Credit Commons Collective

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Matthew Slater: building a global moneyless trading system

Today I’m talking with Matthew Slater, author of the Credit Commons white paper – an idea to link together mutual credit schemes anywhere in the world to create a global, moneyless trading system. Read more …

Jun
30
2019
Matthew Slater

Will Facebook’s Libra coin conquer the world?

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Libra Association founding partners

In the wake of Facebook’s recent announcement, community currency engineer Matthew Slater asks if Libra coin is poised to conquer the world. Read more …

Jun
25
2019
Matthew Slater

Joining the dots of the climate crisis with Matthew Slater

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Climate crisis in action: the polar vortex in January 2019

Community currency engineer Matthew Slater shares his latest thoughts, joining the dots on the current climate crisis and what the near future may hold for human civilisation. Read more …

Jan
24
2019
Matthew Slater

UK Mutual Credit Network: register your interest

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The UK Mutual Credit Network offers trade for mutual benefit

Working alongside our partners at The Open Co-op, the Open Credit Network is starting to win support from organisations like Goodmoney and Finance Lab. Matthew Slater shares how you can get involved.

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Sep
23
2018
Matthew Slater

How could we build a viable alternative to the current, bank-controlled money system? Interview with Matthew Slater of the Credit Commons Collective

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Collaborative credit - a viable alternative to the current money system?


This week we’re talking with Matthew Slater of the Credit Commons Collective, working to build a mutualist, credit-based alternative to the current money system. Read more …

Nov
26
2017
Matthew Slater

How much electricity does Bitcoin consume, and what are the alternatives?

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When an idea grows far beyond its original conception, develops its own culture, factions & internal dynamics, and through implementation compromises with the real world, it can become the very enemy of what it first espoused. Read more …

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