What are young adults thinking about money and value?
How can we create new systems of wealth generation and abundance?
What does the future hold for banks and other financial institutions in the wake of massive peer to peer exchange?
“The Future of Money” begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation.
(twitter hashtag #futureofmoney)
This video was created as part of a presentation for the SIBOS CONFERENCE in Amsterdam, 25 October 2010. The interviews were conducted with participants in America, England, Sweden, Mexico, Germany and Thailand via video Skype calls from Berlin, Germany.
Written by Gabriel Shalom, Venessa Miemis and Jay Cousins
Directed and Edited by Gabriel Shalom
Produced by KS12 with Venessa Miemis
Title Design by Patrizia Kommerell
Read more on www.emergence.cc/futureofmoney
“The Lost Science of Money”, by Steve Zarlenga is the must read to get the history of money, how banks work, how central banks work, and how private bankers controlling money leads to war and destruction. This book was published in German by Conzett Verlag but was self-published in English by American Monetary Institute because no corporate publisher would publish it! It is a must read for every young person in the world who wants to re-envision money and also learn the mechanisms they need to use to make those changes. It was tried before. Andrew Jackson tried to remove the bankers monopoly over money. Learn about what happened to him, and how it worked.
tim jackson’s prosperity without growth, thomas greco’s end of money & charles eisenstein’s sacred economics
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Evan 057 said:
Right now currencies other Fed Res notes are illegal. Ron Paul wants to decriminalize competing and complimentary currencies. This alone is a pretty good reason to support his campaign. It’s majorly important issue and neglected too much by both the media and his own supporters.
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It’s amazing to me just how much society has changed in the 27 years that I’ve spent on this planet. This was a great video and it really highlights for me the ways that money itself is becoming less dominant as a means of getting things done. Wikipedia, Occupy Wall street, Twitter, Reddit, these could just be the beginning. We’re watching as things that could have once only been produced by massive corporations are now being produced by networks. Is all this excitement about something new around the corner, or is it the 1950s futurism expos all over again? Only time will tell, but it’s definitely an interesting time to be alive.