Actually I prefer the term phase changes. Example: when water goes from solid to liquid to gas, etc. “Disruptive” is totally over used and miss used.
- Teaches people the way of happiness: Offer value before asking for value.
- Anyone who adds value will be paid in 7 days.
- All transaction, including with advertisers, are win-win.
- Communication is built on capital, not debt. Capital makes prosperity. Debt makes slavery (even when debt is labeled “credit”.)
- People are sovereign, so they are their own profit center, can issue stock and dividends. People own their “own” information, and can control who sees what, when, and how long. Events own aggregate information.
- Conflict resolution migrates from ponderous gov fiat, to fast contractual local experts. Contracts, not laws are used. Laws by definition are win-lose and backed by guns (force) and punishment. Contracts are mutual agreements and therefore win-win and therefore backed by power. Contract breakers have pre agreed to amends and often those amends are already escrowed. Pre agreed consequences are the only things “enforced”. Why people’s laws don’t work: “They possess the power to write a law, but they lack the power to enforce it against the trend or human nature.” — Martin Armstrong Why nature’s laws work: Billions of years of evolution.
- Copyright payments are automatic. Content creators automatically get paid with no extra effort on their part when their content is used by others in such a way that it generates income. Content no longer needs to be protected.
- Adult material can easily be labeled, screened, and enforced.
- Point of sale “taxation” is built in, correctly implemented, and transparent.
- Since any web user can add value to any website, a company can gain value to from non-employees. (This is partly what drives a simple “tax” structure.)
- A simple search will display an item’s supply and demand in a structured way. And market size information. And arbitration opportunities.
- Many marketing campaigns can run themselves. Content managers can easily and very effectively spend “advertising” money by offering a transaction fee of, say, -10%. This would quickly attract quality value adders because they get paid to participate. (Low quality value adders are not attracted since their rating is too low to make money.)
- Money Laundering is almost impossible to do on a large scale because all money goes into the dividend fund and is distributed by merit after a time lag. If participants try to create an overly large dividend on a small forum, that will quickly attract arbiters which defeats the purpose.
- Crime doesn’t pay. At some point the rewards of ignoring ever bulging regulations, laws, permits become greater than the risks of ignoring them. This creates the opportunity, corruption and danger of grey and black markets. The unofficial economy easily competes with the official economy because it has much less overhead. It’s simple arbitrage: more laws creates greater profit opportunities, which infuriates the “kings” who respond with more laws and controls, which creates even greater profit opportunities until enough of the real economy eclipses the controlled economy and the “king” loses power. CP is a self-correcting system that minimizes parasitic and criminal behavior because it is maximizing all human potential. However, all complex systems have some parasites and are a bit messy because healthy systems have friction and choices. Systems use feedback loops and control structures to manage themselves (growth, communication, conflict, etc.) In CP, the “control” mechanisms are transparency, reputation, agreements backed by performance bonds, localized decisions by stakeholders, and basically no barriers to entry. Therefore, there is no systemic and significant economic advantage to operate outside of the CP system. In other words, CP is how nature works: it has no competition. It provides and manages a level playing field for trading any resource.
- CP reduces fear in many ways by naturally reducing uncertainly while increasing support. When there are many unknowns, and or, the environment is not perceived as safe, people naturally hold back and get defensive. Using a cross cultural price on options allows apples to apples comparison. With little risk, a person can try new things out. For example, if a person sings a song, they can post it for very little cost to a tertiary music site almost anonymously and see what happens. Feedback will mostly be supportive and truthful, while unhelpful feedback will be pointed out by others (meaning the budding singer won’t have to defend their self). Transacting with others becomes very safe: A person can check out past conflict resolution challenges, and transact only with people who have a sizable performance bond, with 3rd party insurance. Positive things flow once everything have a specific price, people are held responsible for their actions, and transactions are win-win. The more people use it, the more they benefit. In other words, CP is literally self directed, and self paced, therapy.