4. industrijska revolucija

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World’s First Bank to Offer Tokenized Shares Is from Switzerland
The Zurich-based Sygnum Bank has successfully tokenized its shares by using Desygnate platform.
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malo je zanimljiva ova slika globalne digitalizacije drustva kad se usporedi sa slikom korone virusa na ovim linkovima

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/11/ ... 2020+07:00

https://intelligence.weforum.org/topics ... blications
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Scenario 1. The rise and fall of a global Central bank digital currency (CBDC). The
scenario is cast in the context of growing geopolitical divisions, which put a premium
on transactions via a neutral currency. A bloc of countries gains advantage by moving
first in developing comprehensive digital platforms, supported by strong governance
and institutions. The continued trend of growing importance of data services provides
an additional comparative advantage to the first-mover countries, which have the technology and infrastructure to offer and export such services. Favorable climate conditions
further provide a more cost-effective environment for the provision of digital services
(for example, sufficiently cold and relatively stable climates for data centers against the
backdrop of accelerating climate change). This bloc of countries issues a CBDC and
invests heavily in data infrastructure and cyber defense, generating a growing supply
of the CBDC-denominated financial instruments. The CBDC—seen as a trustworthy
and credible reserve currency because it provides safety and access and is backed by
high-tech secure platforms with low transaction costs—emerges as a major reserve currency. With central banks around the world holding more of the new CBDC, its share
in global reserves rises well above the levels consistent with the size and fiscal backing of
the economic bloc. Speculations about the extent of overvaluation of the CBDC expose
the system to large capital outflows and an unraveling of the CBDC’s position as a
major currency.

Scenario 2. A world of multiple private digital currencies. This scenario starts off
in a global setting wherein increased anxiety about governments’ capacity to deliver
on their socioeconomic objectives erodes credibility of public institutions, including
fiat currencies. In parallel, big technology companies continue to grow, offering more
services and platform payment instruments. Their efforts to enhance privacy and corporate governance pay off, and people increasingly prefer private payment platforms to
fiat currencies. Over time, as more people use the private payment instruments, these
become digital currencies—full-fledged private currencies that fulfill all the roles of
money. A few large digital currency areas emerge, on the basis of digital interconnectedness. Governments retreat from most of their roles as technology corporations expand
the scope of their services. National central banks lose relevance. AI is used to establish
exchange parities between digital currencies by facilitating price finding. To maintain
credibility of the system, a technology consortium is set up to supervise the digital
networks and provide emergency liquidity financing by pooling digital currencies across
currency areas. Traditional reserve assets thus cease to exist and are replaced by holdings
of private digital currencies.

Scenario 3. A new form of money based on personal data that becomes a global
currency. In response to growing concerns about the misuse of personal data, privacy
laws are tightened, giving individuals full control over their personal data. To access and
use such data, companies begin to purchase data off individuals using “data tokens”—a
payment instrument issued as a claim on their goods and services. Technological
advances allow for enhanced methods of data collection and increase the supply of data,
leading to AI-based processes and products, which in turn create a greater demand
for data. Technology also makes it possible to privately value and monetize data and
transfer it securely to willing buyers on a decentralized marketplace in exchange for
data tokens. These tokens thus become a global digital currency widely used by both
individuals, to supplement their traditional income, and product providers. The use of
fiat monies is very limited, and the effectiveness of the monetary policy is significantly
reduced. Instead, fiscal policy becomes the main tool for domestic macroeconomic
stabilization, using data token-based fiscal instruments. Countries hold reserves in data
tokens, along with real assets, particularly gold, to mitigate against the risks of cyberattacks or loss of credibility of the system
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The Rockefeller Foundation is dropping its fossil fuel holdings and will not make any further investments in the fossil fuel industry. What makes the decision unique is that the foundation’s massive wealth was built on oil. Fossil fuels now make up just 2% of its assets.

https://electrek.co/2020/12/21/5b-rocke ... sil-fuels/
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dolar gubi svaki dan na vrijednosti ne samo zbog printanja nego i zbog toga sto ce nafta imati sve manju ulogu.zemlje sa tako velikim dugom obicno zavrse u nemirima.ocekujem arape i mnoge druge da dodju sa vrecama dolara da kupuju zemlju,sume vode...
kako ce izgledati nova svjetska rezervna valuta ili kosarica valuta vidjet cemo.za pokerskim stolom bi mogli bit cetvorica.eu i amerika svoju ekonomiji mogu spakovat za dan bez resursa, dok rusija i kina imaju resurse.
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mislim da ovo pripada ovom posforumu

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The Road to Reset: Where We Are, and Where We Are Headed

The post-WWII Bretton Woods economic order is coming to a close. As economic systems have become financialized, capitalism has largely been replaced by cronyism and free markets by ‘too big to fail’ casinos; while the middle-class has increasingly been hollowed by Ponzi-like financial structures designed to funnel wealth to the top 1%. The status quo is unsustainable.
Irrespective of how it may have come about, the COVID pandemic has been the pin that has finally catalyzed the over-inflated credit markets to burst beyond repair — occurring in parallel with the decline of the petrodollar — the collapse of which signals the end of the seventy-five-year macro-debt cycle. This is a paradigm shifting event, such that the socio-economic foundations to drive the next era of human civilization will be decided in the coming months and years.
The following aims to make sense of the current, seemingly chaotic environment, and to provide a concise, to-the-point overview for how a potential socio-economic reset may play out.

A Roadmap

Stage 1: Deflation
Response: Money Printing
QE / Rate Cuts
Corporate Bailouts & Bankruptcies
Consumer Debt Defaults
Real Estate Crisis
Market Reaction: Rush to Safety / Liquidity
USD
Bonds

Stage 2: (Hyper-)Inflation
Response: Currency Devaluation / Loss of Purchasing Power
QT / Raise Rates
Gov’t & Corporate Debt Defaults
Bond Market Collapse
Market Reaction: Rush to External Safe Havens
Precious Metals: Gold / Silver

Stage 3: Bretton Woods-style Systemic Reset
Response:
Political Negotiations
Potential Outcomes:
1. New Global Reserve Currency
Central banks bailed out via the IMF SDR (basket of five largest fiat currencies)
SDR global reserve settlement system established; IMF becomes lender of last resort to central banks
Transition off the USD reserve is entrenched, along with a move to a multipolar geopolitical power base
SDR currency weighting may ultimately be governed by central banks via a privately controlled distributed ledger
2. Universal Basic Income (UBI)
Required to negate the disrupting effects brought by the automation of the economy / labor force
Elevates every person in society to a basic standard of living; beyond which is left to the individual
Spurs innovation as a greater number of individuals are freed to pursue their passions and contribute to society in a meaningful way
3. Expedite ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ (4IR) Technologies across the Global Economy
Deploy distributed renewable energy smart-grids
Scale 3D printed manufacturing
Increase economic efficiencies with the integration of blockchain, where appropriate
Embrace automation and new forms of distributed decision-making
4. Return to a Gold Standard
This is unlikely as central banks will want to maintain control over monetary policy and currency issuance
Gold (and eventually cryptocurrency) will be retained as bank reserves, but will not back fiat issuance
Overall, such a reset could result in a shift from a unipolar to a multipolar geopolitical system based upon a global reserve currency basket of the largest economies, with drastically enhanced economic efficiencies introduced via blockchain. Subsequently, with the integration of 4IR technologies and UBI, a transition to a sustainable ‘zero marginal-cost society’ could be expedited.
Potential Risks & Alternative Objectives:
Technology is a tool. Depending upon how it is deployed and utilized, it can equally free humanity and enslave it. Embracing state-surveillance and central bank control over financial networks is a dangerous road, destined for totalitarian outcomes.
Digital ‘Self-sovereign’ ID — would enhance privacy / user-control of data if truly self-sovereign (deployed on a decentralized blockchain with user-controlled ‘certificates’)
Loss of Privacy / Enhanced Surveillance-state:
- Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) — fiat currencies are issued on a privately controlled ‘blockchain’, allowing central banks unfettered access and control over individual financial transactions and savings
- Location-based Tracking — state-wide facial recognition networks; centralized ‘contact-tracing’ applications; increased use of drones
- Restrictions on Freedom of Movement — restrictive border controls; ‘immunity passports’ required for operating within the state
- ‘Earn It’ Act — a recently introduced bill to the US Senate which would limit the ability of companies to offer private and secure services by undermining the use of encryption
Central Banks Co-opt and Subsume the Role of Commercial Banks — central banks could potentially make a power grab by issuing a retail CBDC and allowing individuals to hold accounts directly with the central bank. This would undermine commercial banks and could ultimately result in governments issuing their own CBDC directly in response, thereby circumventing central banks themselves (gov’ts would no longer borrow from central banks, but instead issue fiat directly)
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