Gradido becomes decentralized! With Gradido 2.0, we can now fulfill the wish of many participants to organize their community autonomously. This brings us a big step closer to the dream of a human, decentralized compensation system.
There is a shortage of teachers in Germany. According to the PISA study, a quarter of students cannot read, write or do math properly. This is also noticeable in Lieblingsstadt. For Michael Miteinand, the town's committed mayor, this is an intolerable state of affairs. The Lieblingsstädter find the solution.
Volunteers drive people around the city and surrounding villages. They drive the elderly to the doctor, pick up children from school and bring working people safely to work. They organize shopping services and much more.
Encouraged by the success of the 'Great Cooperation of Clubs', Mayor Michael Miteinand suggests a 'Great Cooperation for Security'. Police, security companies, sports clubs, fitness studios, motorcycle clubs and interested citizens come together.
Common good contributions are anything that common sense would call volunteerism, volunteerism, etc. - as opposed to individual contributions from one person to another.