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Fair.coop is an open global cooperative which organizes itself through the Internet and stays off-limits from nation-state control.
Its aim is to make the transition to a new world by reducing economic and social inequalities between human beings as much as possible, and at the same time gradually contribute to a new global wealth, accessible to all mankind as commons.
Fair.coop understands that transformation to a fairer monetary system is a key element in its way, it therefore proposes faircoin as a cryptocurrency to base their resource-redistribution actions and building of a new global economic system.
Michel Bauwens, one of the founders and first activists of the Foundation for Peer-to-Peer alternatives, is interviewed about Fair Coop in this video:
Source : Fair Coop