A one coin peer owners (coin such as Euro)

Stopping the endless accumulation of power being a root of evil: Most citizens can solve the problem of centralization primarily on their own, by moving their deposits to banks of which they are the owners, when they are equally owning positions in groups matching the equivalent to their investment and when "small" groups equally hold "larger" groups, but only when in every level of holding, though all such layers and per each such group, each holder holds no more than one such position of ownership. Read the six points here and the guide for the whole agreement

Hence the ComComism allows people to differ through some layers of ownership, but still to be peers in their groups (as in this example of comcomizing their banks), while personally and organically being developed by equally owning their bigger groups, but still protecting individuals or minorities by making them able to move between the "small" units and still keeping the unity of the bigger ones.

Once again - the ComComism, per each owned unit, forbid accumulation of positions thorough all layers of ownership, and as such it can tackle the problem of representatives in massive scale, where such representatives are never personally known to (almost all) the voters, by having small groups comcomizing their units.

What is unit? It is an expression meant to cover any type of organization managed by/for people when working-together/managing/dealing any type of assets.

What are layers of ownership:

  • An example of layers of ownership: if A is a 10% owner of X, owning 10% of Y,

owning 10% of Z , then A is an owner of Z, although not directly, but indirectly, via X and Y,hence X and Y are another 2 layers of ownership between A and Z, such that A indirectly owns 0.1.% of Z.

  • The ownership in such layering can be horizontal or not: It will be horizontal when all A' peers, i.e. one peer such as A, will indirectly (via her/his X', Y') own 0.1% of Z. It will be non horizontal, even when each of A , X or Y is a peer owner with exactly other 9 peer owners, when another X2 is a peer owner, as the X is in Y, but when X2 is owned by 100 peer owners, and not by 10, then each peer owners in X2 would own only 0.01% of Z, meaning only the tenth of what A owns.
  • The horizontal ownership in layering is important for providing the peers the possibility to meet/learn/react-with each other in small groups in which they can still recognize each other and at same time being able to move as peer to other such group (e.g. when are not satisfied in the previous), but still be united and keeping the form of one big group which is necessary to implement bit enough power. Such horizontal layering provides scalability through structuring organizations in forms of comcomized units.

A one coin peer owners (coin such as Euro): This example is of only 2 layers comcoms, it suits Scomcom, Dcomcom or Icomcom and it is based on multiple and periodical payments, so that the longest payment interval of 1 coin (such as once a year) is payed by the peer owners in the (1st-layer) comcom, where all other shorter such intervals (such as monthly, weekly, daily, hourly, minutely or secondly) are payed by peers owners holding (2nd-layer) comcom being ordinary
owners in the same (1st layer) comcom. Such periodical payments suit technique, such as prepay, paypal and/or bitcoins/dcoins etc. Depending on the policy/regulation established by the existing peers, in the event of new peer entrance, the new-one shall pay the payment payed by the old ones in all their previous payments, or the value of a share being established in the transactions made by them .
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