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October 20, 2009

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It has been an interesting process over the last few years - and from a background in markets (I used to be a Director of the International Petroleum Exchange) - getting to the bottom of how finance may be in a world of direct instantaneous connections.

I remember dropping in to Zopa before they dived into the US, and they were interested, but distracted.....

My take on what I call Money 3.0 is here

http://www.slideshare.net/ChrisJCook/money-30

and Dave Birch has asked me to present it at the next Digital Money in 2010.

Also an article re Peer to Peer finance, here

http://www.policyinnovations.org/ideas/innovations/data/000085

Bruce Davis

Thanks Chris, definitely food for thought and very relevant to the concepts I am trying to get off the ground currently in terms of finding new forms of investment for individuals.

Arguably money constantly has to adapt and re-invent itself for new social contexts. It is perhaps not a new version of money that we need but a new philosophical perspective on what money is that frees us from the current institutional mindsets that constrain current beliefs about the possible.

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