Pillars to a sustainable tomorrow - Sharing commons, zero margin cost and network neutrality - BlogsteemCreated with Sketch.

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Value creation from the bottom out, not from the top down. This is in essence what will revolutionize the decades ahead. A fundamental shift is already happening in our society, where a sharing economy is forming and proving to be the truly sustainable path.
Increased automation and AI are making the majority of our jobs obsolete. A trend that will continue.
Building sharing commons locally and internationally is the main way we can advance. It is the best approach simply because it will saves humanity and the earth we live on.

How does "zero margin cost" play into this topic? The creation of goods and services will approach zero in the next decades. Think of the future like a distributed network, one that allows for more efficient transfer of resources, essentially a huge web that interoperates. Most of the movement in this web will be frictionless. Machines will do every imaginable task that we as humans struggled with previously. This delegation, will lead to new opportunities. One of them is the improvement of the web itself. The internet of things. Future generations will expand this web, it is therefore our responsability to lay a functioning foundation for them to improve upon.


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IOTA has zero waste upon transfer. How about inflation, does it an aspect that mitigate inflation?


Iota is capped and very limited in number so from that angle its mitigating;) no new iotas ever will be created and there are only 33% more than there are sathoshis:) so scarcity and cap check

what is this.read


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