Rethinking Abundance
Money is scarce. There is never enough of it for everything people need. And there’s a good reason for money to be scarce—we don’t want its value compromised by too much inflation.
But what if inflation is only the result of too much of a particular kind of money—this bank-debt money we accept without question? At least twice in history, a form of money has existed where there was no incentive to accumulate it as a store of value because it didn’t earn positive interest in bank accounts. Read more.

Rethinking Abundance

Money is scarce. There is never enough of it for everything people need. And there’s a good reason for money to be scarce—we don’t want its value compromised by too much inflation.

But what if inflation is only the result of too much of a particular kind of money—this bank-debt money we accept without question? At least twice in history, a form of money has existed where there was no incentive to accumulate it as a store of value because it didn’t earn positive interest in bank accounts. Read more.