Our work borrows inspiration from Internet routing algorithms to solve credit problems in an economic network similar to how the Internet solves connectivity problems. This is combined with inspiration from futures contracts, as used in commodity markets for centuries, or Liquidity-Saving Mechanisms (LSMs), as used between banks for decades, to create credit or purchasing power without increasing debt. As a result, our algorithms can drive debt-less economic activity based on how supply-demand relationships could unfold in the future, i.e. not limited by previous wealth distribution, the lack of credit history, or monetary conditions. Check out our Medium publication channel.
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