Author: koinblog

Have the Ideas of Sustainability and Diversity Become Co-opted?

In an era where businesses are under mounting pressure to perform sustainably and ethically, new buzzwords are continually being introduced into the corporate world. However, the growing trend of companies claiming to align with principles like Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), and the Green Agenda has been met with skepticism. […]

Capitalism is Dead; Long Live Neo-Feudalism

The question of whether capitalism is dead or has evolved into something different is a matter of ongoing debate among economists, scholars, and policymakers. Proponents of the argument that capitalism is dead often point to the various crises and inequalities that have emerged within capitalist systems worldwide. These critics argue that the traditional model of […]

Can We Build a System Outside of the System? Let’s Look and See

In a world where conventional economic structures often fail to address the diverse needs and values of communities, the exploration of alternative currencies and economic models is starting to look like the ladder to help us escape the hole that we have dug ourselves into. There is a world of ideas beyond the confines of […]

Should We Ditch Fiat Money? Let’s Explore LETS (Local Exchange Trading Systems)

If you would love to find an alternative to the traditional fiat monetary system, it might be time to take a look at Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS). As our financial world grows increasingly digital and interconnected, these innovative systems are offering a unique approach to commerce that emphasizes equity, accountability, and community. Unraveling the […]

Facing 2024: What Should You Know About the Modern World War

While the prospect of a third World War is a haunting reality, understanding its potential forms and characteristics can be exactly what we need in order to empower ourselves for what is inevitably coming. In the modern age, warfare has evolved beyond traditional military confrontations, making way for newer and perhaps more insidious forms of […]