Among ourselves, we work as somewhat of a decentralized work group, with a complex work goal, but a wide variety activities, swiftly changing priorities as the immediate situation demands, and diverse abilities. We’re communicators. We’re managing social change. We share tools. We try to maintain the highest quality of work in the real world, and the most responsive common effort in the workgroup. We’re like a kibbutz. Also, everyone has discrete needs for normal life outside the group, in whatever personal situations we have. BitCoin is a great way to manage ourselves internally, and a great way to manage diverse external accounts. None of us are employees. None of us are contractors. We all work in the kibbutz for 1 BitCoin per day, 7 days per week, 24 hours per day. We are able to do whatever is necessary. We take power naps. We take vacations. We go to school. We read books. We write letters. We have meetings. We all have e-mail. We buy plane tickets. We buy coffee. We pivot.
To provide our physieconomic needs, the home office pays each of us every night, between midnight and four am, our daily bread. Each of our phones, or each of our computers, or however we handle money, receives our personal BitCoin, for all the day’s necessary real world interface. There are only so many BitCoins in existence; they all have a value relative to whatever currency we need; each transaction is verified and secure, and we only receive income or incur expense at the instant of the transaction. Each of us can make his own decision concerning his personal liquidity requirements, and account for it however she wishes. It’s as easy to fund our needs in Tokyo as it is in Atlanta. It’s almost perfect. When the group earns a windfall, it is easily distributed as a dividend. We never borrow. We have no debt. All of our commitments are instantaneously funded. It’s like Weebly, in real life.