Johnnie Moore

Central currencies vs peer-to-peer

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Doug Rushkoff believes central currencies and big corporations were invented to repress peer-to-peer production. And their time is now up.

It’s not the 99% who need to retrain themselves in order to get jobs. It’s the 1% who need to face the fact that their 600-year workaround of the value creation has reached the very endpoint of diminishing returns. They need to consider whether they might actually make more money at this stage of the game by helping people create value instead of actively preventing it.

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