Balanced money : natural P2P vs centralised banks

Speaker(s) : Bernard Dugas

  • Language : Français
  • Level : Newbie
  • Nature : Conference
  • Date : Wednesday 11 July 2012
  • Schedule : 16h20
  • Duration : 40 minutes
  • Place : Uni Mail 2160
Red threads : Societal challenges
Target audience : General publicGeeks


This conference will show you that money is designed for accounting exchanges between humans.

Exchanges are by nature distributed "peer to peer" and so is native money.

Current banking system explains us that we need their centralised structure and their private money, and that we have to pay our life for it.

This is just wrong: when enough people understand that, our world will change for the best.

How to make it real now? See conference.


Bernard Dugas is an engineer in France, experimented in systems analysis, knowledge modelization, database , and widely telecommunications and computing. He promotes the development of free software and all inventions, with an immoderate use of FreeBSD in professional applications.

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