Our ERC-20 compliant token functions as a medium of value exchange between both political parties or NGO´s as publishers/advertisers and the users who participate with their attention in the PUBLICAE platform.
Political parties can purchase media allocation using Politicoins to influence a political opinion, and ultimately, voters. Non-government organisations can as such spread awareness about their efforts.
During campaigns, Politicoins get distributed between users as compensation for receiving and viewing content. Users in turn can either choose to withdraw their Politicoins from their mobile PUBLICAE token wallet or donate some of their earned PBLC´s as a “token” of support to any organization of their choice.
Political advertising is a key component of electoral campaigns in most countries with billions of dollars spent worldwide. Advertising regulations are often designed to protect culture and morals. It’s impossible to remove money from politics, especially since it enjoys constitutional protection affirmed by the Supreme Court (US).
PUBLICAE aims to create an environment for political honesty and frugality as it strives to ensure that official organisations get direct access to their supporters. All campaigns funded with Politicoin should be ethical, truthful and fair as they are seen and reviewed on the platform with full transparency and free will of choice.
I think the internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that’s missing but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash.
I think the fact that within the bitcoin universe an algorithm replaces the functions of [the government] … is actually pretty cool. I am a big fan of Bitcoin
Bitcoin was created to serve a highly political intent, a free and uncensored network where all can participate with equal access.
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