Introducing the Bank of One

It is our pleasure to introduce you to a new concept in banking, the Bank of One. The features of this bank include the following:

  • We do not deal directly with corporations or governments, other than to satisfy legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Only one account is allowed per customer.
  • Your initial starting balance is an infinite value, which you may convert directly into other global currencies for your personal use (note that this is how all banks operate today).
  • Your account functions as a hybrid checking/debit card.
  • Initially, we can not handle “cash” or “paper check” transactions. Only electronic transactions are available.
  • Your transactions will not initially impact the value of local currencies. This is because the availability (stock) of this paper money is not impacted.
  • Each customer will be given the opportunity through our website to donate money to organizations and companies, as they see fit. Organizations may also register for funding through our website.
  • The Bank of One does not lend money. We facilitate our customers’ actions through our online presence.
  • There is no charge for our service, but you may choose to donate to The Bank of One to support our service.
  • The customer is personally and legally responsible for all actions carried out by his or her account.
  • The customer’s privacy and protection is our highest priority.
  • The Bank of One operates as a non-profit organization.
  • The Bank of One does not condone slavery in any form, including economic slavery.

We look forward to welcoming you as our customer.


The Bank of One

5 comments on “Introducing the Bank of One

  1. I thought of this concept some time last year- a non-profit bank. Shouldn’t be too hard to do, what with online banking. Certainly if the RV starts you’ll have capital and customers. I worked for a retail bank, a financial advising firm, and a mortgage processor before switching to education and entrepreneurship. This concept is destined to come into being sometime between now and the end of money.
    ~Cosmic Love


    • That’s very interesting Greg – you must have some neat stories about the banking system. πŸ™‚ It’s a concept that they’ve suggested rolling into Project XIII, but I haven’t really seen much in the way of talk about it. It’s the 800-pound gorilla in the room, and I wanted to write the idea down to see what it looked like. I felt it was “time” to get it out there. I think there’s going to need to be some kind of transition process because people want to hold on to old ways of doing things.

      Our current system isn’t working – even down to how the size / cost of our house tends to place us higher or lower than someone else. Really? I have changed my thinking to pity people who would think they need to have a several-million-dollar mortgage, because it is a debt slavery. If I lose my job, then I stand to lose my home, and then I cannot buy food. So a company that fires me from my job should be held accountable for pre-meditated murder… πŸ™‚ If I retire, will I have enough to support myself? Who cares, right?

      It’s just a dumb system all around.

    • Awesome news! Thanks for sharing this link, John – I enjoy their broadcasts. I know we just need to give them time to do what they do best. At some point, everything will fall into place. Take it easy, bud! πŸ™‚

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