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The Priceless Sister Villages
Priceless Villages are a practical bridge to co-living. Rather than the idealized concepts of communes or eco-villages, Priceless creates a co-living and working environment that is sustainable in today’s economic reality while creating a living solution that develops resilience and long-term sustainability.
• Slovenian Sister: Resettlement of 5 displaced Ukranian developers in a rural co-living environment, permaculture, and Web 3 development center for women and children.
• Kenyan Sister: Co-working space in a semi-urban environment for training of software developers in Web3 technologies.
The villages offer co-living and co-working in an environment that provides for the needs of the members and also has the surplus to create open-source projects that serve as the foundation of new economies. The teams will be experimenting with different economic models that can create the connectivity fabric that can stem a new economy based on these communities.
About Grace Rachmany
Rebecca (Grace) Rachmany is one of the leaders in the areas of tokenomics, blockchain governance and distributed technology. She is an expert in practicalities of how to lead a decentralized/distributed organization, DAO governance consultant and brings 25 years of hands-on management of teams and cross-team cooperation, She is also the founder of Voice of Humanity, which creates systems of collaboration, governance and currency design, and reconstruction of human economic systems.
Community Driven Economics
About Shaila Agha
Shaila Agha became interested in alternative economic systems In University, while studying traditional economics and finance, observing the systems flaws and failures. She worked in the development sector in Public Financial Management for Agricultural Development, then as an independent FinTech consultant for several Kenyan based institutions. Currently, she’s a Digital disruption Advisor for Grassroots Economics Foundation, a community Inclusion Currency in Kenya.
Environmental behavior change
About Diana Finch
Diana is responsible for the transition from the Bristol Pound to Bristol Pay, having taken over the project and recognizing the limitations of monetary solutions to social and ecological problems. The focus of her work is designing innovative approaches to enable a different sort of economy to emerge, focused on environmental and social capitals, rather than just financial capital.
Priceless Economic Experimental Proposals
Sufficiency Currency Project
The Sufficiency Currency Project offers a new approach to sustainable economies that provide security for the provision of people’s basic needs. Based on community-based reputation and sharing of pooled resources, the Sufficiency Currency aims to create fabric among regional communities.
Bristol pay Social
Certificate and recognition system for rewarding social behaviors such as cycling instead of driving, growing your own food, etc. Sustainable and social practices badges to strengthen community cohesion and increase resilience in the face of changing economic and ecological realities.
Local vouchers program developed on the Holochain network to enable the use of mobile money and local currencies in a face-to-face context, even in locations where there is no internet connectivity. Phones serve as their own hosts and nodes, enabling a resilient local economic network that can interoperate with the larger economy as needed.