The Credit Commons or a credit commons? 04/18/21 by Matthew Slater

Is there One Holy and Apostolic Credit Commons? Or one on every street corner? More >>>

Automated exchange, liquidity pools and bonding curves 02/06/21 by Matthew Slater

Some people are struggling to understand the difference between a credit commons system of exchange and another approach growing in popularity amongst blockchain advocates, which is to use 'liquidity pools' to 'convert' one token to another. More >>>

The mutual credit society 10/18/20 by Matthew Slater

Sometimes it seems like we've tried everything to create a better politics and a fairer society and that our failure means the rot must lie in the very essence of humanity. But unless all societies are afflicted as ours (and they are not), we need not give up hope on our species. Alternative configurations exist! More >>>

Credit commons accounting 10/06/20 by Matthew Slater

There are many different ways of accounting and things to be accounted for; Despite its simplicity, I've had some difficulty in the past explaining mutual credit accounting, even to educated people, so this blog is an attempt to express it clearly, for the record. More >>>

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