Bitwalk platform explained, W$ token, and more

We are happy to share with you today, for the first time, a deeper look into the Bitwalk platform. Bitwalk always rejected the unethical business practices that have become a standard in the technology world and by doing that, we are an independent organisation. That means that we can and we will do things that others can’t. 

Earlier this year we released The Nine Principles of Bitwalk which are guidelines to us and to our community – a reflection of the community’s ethos and culture as we see it. Then, we paused. We stripped down the platform, examined it against the nine principles and started refining, disrupting and innovating each aspect of Bitwalk to meet the nine principles and our vision for a new global currency which is equal for all. 

In just two years of independent activity we developed incredibly valuable insights and assets that allow us to design the future. A financial model and technology that could actively support and sustain some of the key human happiness values and could help shift the singular economic agenda from one that is private, self- interested and materialistic to one that is equal, socially supportive, healthy and universally beneficial.

To achieve this, we have been working with a group of tremendously valuable strategic advisors; these are individuals who have helped to build the Bitwalk network, who have made strong long-term commitments for the future, and/or present very significant future opportunities for the network.

We have decided to open a W$ private offering and it is now available to whitelist contributors of every country. The W$ Token will be the only way to access and benefit from the Bitwalk Platform and the sole settlement method for all transactions within the ecosystem. As Bitwalk was built with focus on our human effort and value, W$ are to be equally generated and earned. Therefore we are releasing an extremely limited supply for this private offering with high discount rates aimed to reward our early investors and supporters.

Proceeds from Bitwalk’s token sale will be used to support development and wide-scale adoption of our technology. This is a large undertaking, and our raise is intended to fund a project of a global scale while keeping it independent.

Our new landing page get.bitwalk.net is now online including never released before information about the Bitwalk platform, token economy (including transactional model and proof of move) and details on the W$ private offering. 

There are many other aspects to discuss and we will share it all at the right time. But rest assure that indeed, we do things that others can’t. 

As always, we draw strength from the overwhelming reaction and support provided by our followers and we take this opportunity to thank all of the early testers, the contributors and believers.

In solidarity,

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Money

Wampum.
Dough.
Sugar.
Clams.
Loot.
Bills.
Bones.
Bread.
Bucks.
Money.

That which separates the haves from the have-nots.
But what is money? It’s everything if you don’t have it, right?

Half of all American adults have more credit card debt than savings.
25% have no savings at all. And only 15% of the population is on track to fund even one year of retirement. Suggesting what? The middle class is evaporating? Or the American Dream is dead? You wouldn’t be sitting there listening to me if the latter were true.

You see, I think most people just have a fundamentally flawed view of money. Is it simply an agreed-upon unit of exchange for goods and services? $3.70 for a gallon of milk? Thirty bucks to cut your grass? Or is it an intangible? Security or happiness. Peace of mind.

Let me propose a third option. Money as a measuring device.
You see, the hard reality is how much money we accumulate in life is not a function of who’s president or the economy or bubbles bursting or bad breaks or bosses. It’s about the American work ethic. The one that made us the greatest country on Earth. It’s about bucking the media’s opinion as to what constitutes a good parent. Deciding to miss the ball game, the play, the concert, because you’ve resolved to work and invest in your family’s future. And taking responsibility for the consequences of those actions.

Patience.
Frugality.
Sacrifice.

When you boil it down, what do those three things have in common? – Those are choices.

Money is not peace of mind. Money’s not happiness.
Money is, at its essence that measure of a man’s choices.

Ozark S01E01

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We need your help. Join Bitwalk

Bitwalk is an independent organisation. That means we can and we will do things that others can’t. No corporate, VC, or any other unethical source of funds was used to build Bitwalk and we have no interest in such. We’d rather think creatively than think about the dough and this is why we need your help.

How can you Join?

It’s totally up to you. This is about making a change, collaborating and sharing your skills — if you are a coder, activist, designer, artist, or think that you have something that can make Bitwalk better, send us a note at join@bitwalk.com

Represent

If you want to be the one that brings Bitwalk to your community [city, town, school, university, company, group, whatever..], rather if it’s for building your business around it or just for fun, Send us a note at join@bitwalk.com

Not ready to dive in just yet?

Remain in the shadows and support us by:
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The 9 Principles of Bitwalk

We wrote the Nine Principles as guidelines to us and to our community. A reflection of the community’s ethos and culture as we see it.

  1. Inclusion 
    Anyone may be a part of Bitwalk. 
    No prerequisites exist for participation in our community.
     
  2. Radical Equality
    All people are equal and have the same opportunity to generate value  -  no matter who you are, or where you are.
     
  3. Human Value
    We recognize and celebrate our human value. Our community is built on progress and made stronger by the momentum of each participant.
     
  4. Privacy 
    All people have the right for privacy. We have the right to be left alone and live life free from unwarranted publicity and to be protected from unwarranted intrusion.
     
  5. Anonymity
    All participants have the right for anonymity. It’s the individual’s right to have and to maintain control over information about themselves.
     
  6. Independence
    Actions, policies, and/or rules should be evaluated on the basis of their consequences on human welfare, free from commercial influences and exploitation.
     
  7. Economy Self Reliance 
    Bitwalk encourages all participants to ignore external influences and undertake that the strength of the Bitwalk economy rely solely on the agreement between it’s participants.
     
  8. Civic responsibility 
    We value civil society. Members assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants. They must also assume responsibility for conducting in accordance with local, state and federal laws.
     
  9. Participation
    Our community is committed to a radically participatory ethic. We believe that a transformative change in society, can occur only through the medium of a deeply personal participation.

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GDPR spam emails and Privacy…

Our inbox is flooded with GDPR/Privacy emails these days.. some of them are very creative while trying to get us to subscribe again to their spam.. We will spare you.

Bitwalk welcomes the GDPR. There is no need to unsubscribe with us or reconfirm your interest as all newsletters have been discontinued. 

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