7 thoughts on “NANTES BECOMES NEXT CITY TO ADOPT A CITY CURRENCY”

  1. This and the metric math system have been the talk of the town
    [in the works, but not] for decades.

    Metric measure might have been a good, so it was discarded.

    Internet debit is not, so I guess the push is on.

  2. Robert Barricklow

    We disconnected ourselves from what matters to us, and grew dependent on a business sceme that never intended to serve us as a people/The International Banking Catel’s Monopoly On Privat Currency($) over Local currency.
    In the very best years corporations(Subserviant mirrors of the Banksters) worked to extract value from the periphery and redirect to the center-away from the people and toward the corporate monopolies. The World Bank’s loans come w/”open markets” policies attached that ultimately surrender indebted nations to their resources to the control of distant corporations. We are fast approaching the social norm where we-as nations, organizations and individuals- engage in behavoirs that are destructive to our own and eveyone else’s welfare.
    It’s time to “get Back To Where We Once Belonged”: Local Currencies not based on debt or private onership.

  3. Maxim K. Rice

    Ithica NY has had a local currency for decades — the “Ithica Hour”. Very popular!

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