Daniel Lepage on 12 Apr 2003 17:47:01 -0000

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Re: [spoon-discuss] Nomic relations

On Friday, April 11, 2003, at 03:20  AM, Glotmorf wrote:

Middle ground: treaty groups, or trusts. It's not necessary to unite all Nomics under a single org. It might be sufficient to have either the one-to-one treaty relationships, or small groups of signatories to common treaties.

That sounds somewhat like the AutoNomic system... 'players', in this case Nomics, can create contracts describing objects, rules, etc.; if everyone who would be affected by said contract agreed to it, then it was enacted officially.

Ya know...if you want an independent currency, you could set up a blog somewhere, perhaps a treaty news blog or internomic news blog, and enter it into a site called www.blogshares.com, which is a sort of online game that trades in shares of blogs like shares of stock. Issue X number of shares of the treaty blog, divide them up between treaty signers, and start from there.

That's an interesting idea... using preexisting services, like blogshares, or any of those online Stock Market simulations... For one thing, it would do away with much Administrative work - the owners of the simulations would track things for us, without even realizing it.


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