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Ğ1 : la création monétaire comme communs

Abstract : After the financial crisis of 2008 and with the emergence of blockchain technologies, several alternative currencies were experimented. Among them, the bitcoin is today the most famous and has the largest capitalization but it does not seem to be a relevant solution for a more desirable future. However, it is possible to use the technology behind the Bitcoin, the blockchain, to offer more virtuous monetary alternatives and some experimentations can be assimilated as commons in the way of Ostrom (1990) and work for the common good. Our latest research (Malafosse et al. 2022, forthcoming), which aimed to better understand the conditions under which blockchain technologies could support the commons, enabled us to study the cryptocurrency Ğ1 community. Based on the result of this case study, we wish to question the money creation as a commons, drawing on the literature on currencies. More specifically, we put forward in this essay a new denomination for this collaborative practice: common-based peer universal dividend production.
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Maxime Malafosse. Ğ1 : la création monétaire comme communs. Des systèmes d'information aux blockchains. Convergence en sciences juridiques, fiscales, économiques et de gestion, 1re édition, Larcier, Chapitre 3, p.75-p.100, 2021, Collection Droit et économie, 9782802767626. ⟨hal-03335790⟩

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