Social & complementary currencies

In various parts of the world, there are already alternative arrangements to official currencies to facilitate the exchange of works, services, products or goods. For example, the page https://www.ritimo.org/Monnaies-sociales-complementaires mentions: [Translation] Social & complementary currencies 2011-12-08 The so-called social and complementary currencies (or complementary Community currencies, MCC) designate exchange devices, payment tools, organized around a specific unit of account, allowing the exchange of goods and services and used in addition to the official monetary policy of the country in question (the dollar, the euro, etc.). Largely ignored by mainstream economics, these currencies still occupy a prominent place in the search… Continue Reading