1. ShopSoko


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    • The Brixton Pound - "Pay By Text" in action


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      The B£ e-currency (B£e) enables you to ‘Pay by Text’ in any business that accepts B£e, making payment in B£s simpler and more instantaneous. By signing up for the B£e you also get 10% extra spending power - so for every £10.00 you pay in, you get B£e11.00 credited to your account. To sign up for a customer account, please register here: http://brixtonpound.monea.cc/ To read more about the scheme, see our website: http://brixtonpound.org/b-e-currency/ Our video shows intrepid brixtonite Simon Woolf making one of the first ever "pay by texts" for a purchase of Cho Chos, from Sana Foods in Brixton Village Market

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      • 7th Wedo Technologies' Worldwide User Group


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        In 2012, the 7th edition of WeDo Technologies’ Worldwide User Group Meeting was held in Óbidos, Portugal, gathering 195 people from more than 30 countries. 47 Telecom Operators were represented. This User Group Meeting was created with the aim of strengthening and promoting a community of users around revenue assurance, fraud management and the remaining disciplines that are part of the Business Assurance concept. WeDo Technologies is a worldwide leader in revenue assurance and business assurance, providing software and expert consultancy to organizations that want to extract business value from data to help them reduce the gap between the planning and the execution. For more information: www.wedotechnologies.com

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        • MoneyLab - Bill Maurer - Closed Loops and Private Gateways: Money, Technology and the Public Interest in Payment


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          MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Session 1: Monetization of everything Bill Maurer (US): Closed Loops and Private Gateways: Money, Technology and the Public Interest in Payment Conference Day 1 (21 March 2014) From ancient tallies to coins, cards, and now mobile devices, money has always been a matter of technology interfacing with law, with rights and corresponding remedies embedded in institutional arrangements, and with the material form of money and/or its accounts-keeping. A ‘Cambrian explosion in payments’ is currently taking place – a profusion of business experiments with new technologies for the systems that people use every day in physical and online spaces to buy things. It is raising anew questions about the role of the state and public institutions in warranting the clearance, settlement, and safety of retail payments, as well as, more profoundly, the role of the state in warranting money itself. That this Cambrian explosion comes on the heels of the global financial crisis is no coincidence: the financial crisis put the wind back in the sails of alternative currency proponents, ‘sound money’ advocates and gold bugs, as well as others interested in challenging the state’s monopoly over money. How can we understand the public function of payment as a kind of utility in our digital and data-saturated world, especially as ‘big data’ leads many corporate actors to seek to commodify behaviour and activity in a new way, simultaneously creating and enclosing new commons?

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          • Pablo Leon - motion & infographics animation reel


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            Samples of some of the projects I've worked with at Techchange.org Track - Women Spirit from firstcom.com

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            • bux.com Mobile Money


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              bux.com has developed a powerful yet simple online and mobile solution for the world’s cash consumers bux.com members can participate in the online economy from anywhere in the world, at any time of the day Instantly send money using your mobile phone. When you’re in the bux.com FREE ZONE, you don’t pay a transfer fee.

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              • The Macroeconomics of Mobile Money-Welcome


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                Around the world, the rapid spread of mobile phones is being followed by their use as a tool for financial transactions and the creation of mobile money in electronic wallets. The cell phone serves as a bank account, d\ card, and money. This has many implications. M-finance has been discussed before as a technical and operational issue. What it also needs is a discussion of the macro-economic dimensions monetary policy, development economics, banking regulation, and the security of money creation and transaction. Eli Noam, Director, CITI, Professor of Finance and Economics, Columbia Business School James Alleman, Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado Boulder

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                • Nokia Money. Olivier Cognet


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                  Olivier Cognet from Nokia Money explains that co-operation is necessary if mobile money is to reach critical mass.

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                  • Set For Life Intro Video


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                    A brief introduction to Set for Life Financial. For more info feel free to visit our site: www.setforlife.com

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