Could this be what we are moving to? Let’s hope so, because it is a competition in which everyone wins.

Frederick Bott
4 min readJun 27, 2020


There is a new competition becoming distinct.

It has a single aim; to add value to ourselves, our communities, our planet, and our species.

A sovereign entity is one who has a unique currency, which has the capability of being generated without limit.

America, the EU, UK, Zimbabwe, Cuba, Venezuela, China, India, Pakistan, Russia, Israel, Poland, Ukraine, Iran, are all examples of sovereign entities.

The competition is judged by “The Hive”; all of the networked people of the world, billions of pairs of eyes, with billions of human brains, who see reality like the eye of Sauron, they miss nothing, they cannot be deceived.

The Hive sets the value of each currency by market value.

The Hive is the customer of all currencies.

The Hive sees what value is added to the planet by the actions of each sovereign community, and this is reflected in the perceived value of the currency of the community.

For example, if a community is seen to be actively working towards fixing its societal problems, the value of its currency increases.

So, protests and riots which occur over societal problems like inequality, which are handled effectively, say by throwing freely printed money at those who feel injustice, result directly in the market value of that currency going up.

This is counter-intuitive to conventional economic thinking, where we would expect the value of a currency to drop, as a result of dilution of the fixed asset value of the currency, when it is printed without limit.

But the proof is in the pudding; we are seeing the dollar market value increase, whilst trillions are printed freely every month.

In fact, we are seeing the values of all currencies being sustained, remaining comparable with one another, whilst all are being freely printed.

Everyone is winning!

Yes, we’ve also seen the currencies of Venezuela, Iran, Cuba, and the Weimar collapse within their countries when freely printed. But there, we see also trade restrictions on those countries by such things as embargo, therefore removing their currencies from the world market.