After a huge collaborative effort, Qoin, together with the CCIA partners, is delighted to announce the launch of Community-Currency.info.
Community-Currency.info is an online database of community currencies outlining the origins, aims, vocabulary and functions of both high-profile and lesser-known projects in the growing world of currency design.
Written in five languages (English, Dutch, French, German and Spanish) and pulling together articles covering the full breadth of existing models including Bitcoin, digital barter, timebanks, and local currencies like the Brixton Pound, Community-Currency.info will be the go-to website for all currency design topics.
The online site aims to be the most comprehensive source of information on all currency topics – kept fresh by a broad community of contributors. The site is one of the legacy outputs of CCIA, with current partners providing stewardship and support beyond the lifetime of CCIA.
Browse the site yourself to find out about community currencies from around the world, as well as key individuals, institutions and concepts associated with the movement. Have a look through the
- Quick Guides for researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and small business on using community currencies.
- Practical Tool-kits giving advice on how to overcome challenges around issues of evaluation, communication, legal & compliance and implementation.
- Document, video and image libraries.
- Articles in five languages: English, Dutch, French, German and Spanish.
Although Community-Currency.info already has a huge amount of content, there’s still a lot to do. The site has an open wiki structure, so if you are able to contribute your knowledge or skills in translation or editing, please click here!