This is a blog where I (Roy) pontificate grandly on the subject of Mutual Credit, more specifically Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS), more specifically again using the platform of the Community Exchange System (CES) as I negotiate my way through *Brislets
* please note
I am not, under any circumstance attempting to “administer nor create a Facebook group or page, web page or other online location or email list associated with or in the name of BrisLETS for the purpose of trading LETS units”
I’m just blathering on, you can’t trade from here.
This is the list of jobs I am working on for BrisLETS in my capacity of elected Elected Committee Member, CES Admin, Website Admin and Membership Secretary feedback and support appreciated
I don’t think that our Committee members should be paid UNITS.
Because: We are a Not For Profit and it is really unusual to pay committee members. We are NOT BP If committee members are unpaid volunteers they have a lot of legal protection under Queensland law It is a very bad look when traders are selling soap at 1UNIT and Committee members are billing the […]
Endgames of Bad Faith Communiction
Some people enter into a conversation `for productive and honest reasons, “Good Faith” Some people come for mischief, in “Bad Faith” How do we tell the difference and what can we do about it?
We all know that calling someone an “idiot” is unaceptable
I would like to suggest that saying “some people here are idiots” is also unacceptable
One year on, El Salvador’s Bitcoin experiment has proven a spectacular failure
A year ago, El Salvador became the first country to make Bitcoin legal tender – alongside the US dollar, which the Central American country adopted in 2001 to replace its own currency, the colón.
Original LETS design manual
LETSystem Design Manual This version was supported and published by the Birmingham Co-operative Development Agency. Written by Michael Linton and Angus Soutar for Landsman Community Services Ltd of Canada.