To begin with, the return of barter is often mentioned. However, it is a system of exchange following an arbitrary valuation of goods and services. In fact, it is the very embryo of the monetary system. As a result, it is a laborious organisational system if our medium of exchange is not immediately available. The need to hand over an intermediary will then be felt: money.
There is an organisation that is, on many levels, simpler, more efficient and more fluid, all without monetary drift. Indeed, by following the 4 principles of the MOCICA Great Project, the benefits are for all.
Firstly, everyone will exercise their vocation and everyone will be able to benefit from the other talents when they need them.
In addition, a system of organisation based on the provision of self, rather than money, will be highly beneficial. As a result, it will greatly improve our relationships with each other.
Finally, clinging to (subjective and arbitrary) quantities of identical exchanges may seem more ‘right’ from an ego perspective. However, it is also the source of laborious organisation and many unnecessary losses.
On the other hand, the return of barter does not solve the many problems that need to be addressed (social inequalities, environmental degradation, etc.).