Financial commons

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Financial commons is an experimental methodology whereby an alternative currency is given freely in the form of a basic income to preserve a common resource, until the currency is exhausted once an exchange is no longer required to preserve its use, after productive output exceeds demand, surfacing a free use commons or free access to a resource without exchange currency.[1]

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  1. ^ Nathan Cravens. Alternative Currency to Transform Financial Capital into Financial Commons into Free Use Commons. October 2009. [1].