This is the second and final part of our interview with Enric Duran, leader of the Faircoin project and founder of Fair Coop.
We discuss the advantage of using Faircoin rather than Bitcoin or even Euros; the history of anarchism of in Spain and the use of pre-crypto ‘scrip’ currencies in and between anarchist communes; the need to build an infrastructure for the coming community of disaffected normies, and more.
We also take a long excursion into Enric’s backstory as the ‘Robin Hood’ of the antiglobalisation movement: how he stole half a million euros plus from banks and gave it all to anticapitalist projects, and his ensuing life in the underground. And finally, we come around to the big question: how to get to a global Commons without requiring big-state communism. Bonus: the mysterious link between Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin and Enric Duran’s commune Calafou.
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Host: Jamie King
Guest: Enric Duran
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Produced by Jamie King
Edited & Mixed by Lucas Marston
Original Music by David Triana
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