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 Finally, feel free to directly ask people already involved in the network about anything related to your own involvement. Finally, feel free to directly ask people already involved in the network about anything related to your own involvement.
  
-####Why so many councils? +####Can Fair.Coop and FairCoin ​really work on a global scale? What could that look like?
-There is one council for every fund created, which also means one community – existing or potential – to be developed for every council. This is an organized way to decentralize key decisions in Fair.Coop. Therefore, there is no unique institution empowered to decide everything, but rather, different councils that are simultaneously related to everyone involved in Fair.Coop, in order to act and make decisions together. +
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-####What is the CIC’s involvement in the project? Is the CIC the driving force behind Fair.Coop and Faircoin? +
-A lot of the same people are involved with Fair.Coop, but the CIC as an entity is not the central leader or motor for the project. The CIC is an example of one collective attached to local bio-regional realities, but there are many more in the world, which are being united by Fair.Coop. +
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-The CIC should be considered as one more local participant,​ and one of many true “peers” in the P2P network making up the global Fair.Coop. +
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-####Can Fair.Coop and Faircoin ​really work on a global scale? What could that look like?+
 In fact, Fair.Coop can’t be anything but global. It’s been specifically designed to be global – for this reason, we call it the Earth Cooperative. It’s not a scaled-up local project. One of Fair.Coop’s key objectives is to facilitate a global body of knowledge, capable of generating concrete impact locally. In fact, Fair.Coop can’t be anything but global. It’s been specifically designed to be global – for this reason, we call it the Earth Cooperative. It’s not a scaled-up local project. One of Fair.Coop’s key objectives is to facilitate a global body of knowledge, capable of generating concrete impact locally.
  
 At any rate, we could make a working distinction between two sets of mechanisms that would be produced by Fair.Coop: global and local. At the local level we would see local, specialized mechanisms and knowledge which, in turn, would feed into a global open knowledge economy comprised of, among other things, valuable data and monetary and economic tools. This will be a bidirectional relationship,​ as both parts will nourish one another for the benefit of the whole. At any rate, we could make a working distinction between two sets of mechanisms that would be produced by Fair.Coop: global and local. At the local level we would see local, specialized mechanisms and knowledge which, in turn, would feed into a global open knowledge economy comprised of, among other things, valuable data and monetary and economic tools. This will be a bidirectional relationship,​ as both parts will nourish one another for the benefit of the whole.
  
-####What is the long term vision for Fair.Coop?+####What is the long term vision for FairCoop?
 Our long term vision is to create a means for constructing a new social and economic system based on decentralized cooperation,​ bypassing the need for nation-states and central banks. In the short term, we are creating a space for a real collaborative,​ commons-oriented economy, mutually generated by projects worldwide and destined for humanity as a whole. We’re compiling the sum of the knowledge distributed among different collectives for a cohesive impact. Our long term vision is to create a means for constructing a new social and economic system based on decentralized cooperation,​ bypassing the need for nation-states and central banks. In the short term, we are creating a space for a real collaborative,​ commons-oriented economy, mutually generated by projects worldwide and destined for humanity as a whole. We’re compiling the sum of the knowledge distributed among different collectives for a cohesive impact.