We are an independent and not-for-profit organisation that believes in the future of decentralisation. We believe there is a need to redecentralise to help the industry. Decentralisation is not about getting rid of banks and governments. Let's redecentralise.
Centralisation with boundaries
Defining boundaries is a fundamental principle of our "Redecentralisation Movement." While there is strength in numbers, we strive to empower users to take a stand for their beliefs, have a say in projects entrusted with elevating them to greater heights, and give them voting power. Although centralisation can offer several benefits, such as cost savings, standardisation, and sharing of best practices, we believe in balancing those benefits with the importance of individual ownership and decentralised decision-making.
Decentralisation with accountability
The "Redecentralisation Movement" also prioritises accountability, as it recognises that decentralisation can sometimes lead to challenges in ensuring that everyone involved is held responsible for their actions. To overcome these challenges, the movement seeks to establish clear boundaries, promote user participation in decision-making, and implement effective mechanisms for oversight and governance. By doing so, the movement aims to promote transparency, responsibility, and accountability within decentralised organisations.
Best of both worlds
The "best of both worlds" scenario for integrating cryptocurrencies and traditional finance involves a strategic integration of the benefits of both industries while mitigating their downsides. This could involve creating hybrid financial products and services, or developing new technologies or platforms that provide fast and easy accessibility to financial tools and services, while also offering a high level of regulation and oversight, and ensuring secure ownership and transfer of digital assets. By achieving this, a new and improved financial system could emerge that offers the advantages of both cryptocurrencies and traditional finance.
Trustless with Trust
Trustless with Trust is a system that allows individuals to engage in transactions without needing to trust the other party involved. This is achieved through decentralized technologies like blockchain that provide transparency and immutability. To ensure anonymity, user identity is encrypted, and responsibility for safeguarding assets is shared between the centralised organisation and the individual. By combining the benefits of decentralization with a higher level of responsibility and transparency, Trustless with Trust systems offer individuals a high degree of autonomy and security in their transactions.
WHAT ARE WE STRIVING TO ACHIEVE
In the world of cryptocurrency, the fight against centralised authority has always been an uphill battle. While the autonomy of crypto has some benefits, it is not a full-stack solution as each project has a different approach. To address this, the redecentralisation movement seeks to combine the best of both worlds.
Envisioning not being reliant on centralised crypto organisations: The redecentralisation movement aims to create a decentralised financial system that is not reliant on centralised organisations or authorities. This system would be based on trustless technologies such as blockchain, which can provide greater transparency and accountability than traditional financial systems.
Users own and control their own assets and interact directly with one another: In a redecentralised system, users would have full ownership and control over their assets and would interact with each other directly, without the need for intermediaries. This would enable greater privacy and security in financial transactions.
Free from surveillance or censorship while still having access to the same breadth and quality of services: A key goal of the redecentralisation movement is to create a financial system that is free from surveillance and censorship, while still providing users with the same breadth and quality of financial services that they currently enjoy in centralised financial systems.
Spurring on customer choice and innovation: By creating a decentralised financial system, the redecentralisation movement seeks to spur on greater customer choice and innovation. Users would have access to a wider range of financial products and services and would be able to choose the products and services that best meet their individual needs.
Work with centralised organisations who are in the crypto industry to promote true decentralisation: To achieve these goals, the redecentralisation movement aims to work with centralised organisations that are in the crypto industry, to promote true decentralisation. This would involve developing open-source protocols and platforms that can be used by a wide range of stakeholders and creating incentives for centralised organisations to transition towards more decentralised models.