Universal Basic Income has re-entered the debate in a response to increasing austerity measures and welfare cuts offering a possible exit strategy for citizens struggling in the free market. Although basic income is an attractive prospect for anyone facing redundancy from increasing automated workforce some argue that distributing ‘free money’ is a shortsighted solution to extreme poverty and will only benefit the creative class. Although only 23% of the Swiss population voted in favor for a national basic income an overwhelming 80% believed that there would be further referendums on basic income in the future. If the debate is only beginning than there should be more discussion about how Basic Income will unfold. Should the control of distributing free cash be given to the state or can we start crowdfunding schemes to initiate Basic Income for ourselves? Can the distribution of free money offer progressive models for financial and social inclusion? Or is basic income a way to achieve maximum employment for the creative class?