Written By Abdun Nur
The bonding platform allows a collective purchasing bond to be formed. In the transition from corporations to cooperatives, economy of scale bonds can reduce costs considerably for the bondsmen.
This method removes middlemen costs, as the collective bond seeks to buy directly from the manufacturer, negotiating for a large volume, so attracting the best price, as companies provide offers.
The cost of shipping is reduced, as either a cooperative can be formed using the bonding platform, or a deal can be established from a single delivery company, allowing better rates.
The purchase will presently be taxed directly from the manufacturing corporation, VAT can be removed for exports, and taxed again if it is brought through a port, this cost will be the basic amount, as the goods are not sold forward.
The quality of the goods will also be controlled by the collective, samples can be examined, or better materials or design demanded from manufacturers.
How to Form the Bond
Any bondsman on the platforms can create an economy of scale bond, the platform generates a template and they simply determine the parameters they require.
The number of bondsmen required to make the bond live would be determined, this means for example, if you wanted to buy a car, and you set the minimum at 100, then when 100 bondsmen joined the bond, who also wanted a car, it would become live.
The catchment area of the bond is set, for example the entire planet, the whole country, limited parts of a country, or a local region.
The maximum amount you are willing to pay for the new car is set, for example £25,000
This means the collective will as a minimum buy 100 cars, but if the bond is popular it may buy 1000 cars, the more bondsmen that join the bond, the better the deal can be made from the manufacturer.
The time the bond runs is also set, for example you set the bond to run for 6 months, at which point the bondsmen within the bond seek offers from car manufacturers. For example BMW, Audi, Volvo, Jaguar, Toyota, Mercedes etc., are asked to provide an offer, these offers are then considered by the collective, when a consensus is reach, as to what is considered the best offer, the purchase is made.
The manufacturer may offer several models or options, and the individual bondsmen would then determine if they wished a more expensive model, added extras like alloy wheels, leather car seats, built in water slide, whatever the manufacture allowed, and this would determine what their individual cost would be.
Bondsmen can continue to join the bond right up until the point the order is finalised with the manufacturer.
An economy of scale bond can be formed for any “need”, for example televisions, or carpets, wallpaper, anything you wanted, as long as that need was required by others, then the bond could be completed.
This is consensus driven, and not democratic, if you felt your were against the consensus, you could simply establish a new bond with options you preferred on the bonding platform, but until a full consensus was reached the bond would not advance.
This model could even be applied for small items, like chocolate, in such cases you’d have to set the amount of chocolate at the outset, for example 20kg of chocolate bars.
The golden rule of this type of bond is, you CAN NOT buy on the bond with the intention of selling anything forward. Ideally anything traded after a period of use, as used second hand goods, that you’ve bought through an economy of scale bond would be traded through the closed bond trading platform, and the trades kept within the bond.
Why can’t I sell forward, and “make a profit”, you may ask, firstly when you join the bond you have agreed not to extract the labours of another, meaning to gain without reciprocation, no usurious interactions. Secondly this would cause State corporate mafia issue, of demanded taxation and license, regulation etc., depending on the type of goods involved.
It may be an advantage to avoid large corporate entities when selecting some goods, for example gaming computers, lets say you want to form a bond to buy gaming computers, within the bond you set the parameters of the computer, 2TB of SSD memory, 128 GB Ram, Intel® Core™ i9 10900TE Processor 10 core, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 DirectX, this could be a desktop or a laptop, but it may be better to seek small manufacturers for offers, as the parts are from many different manufacturers, so you are actually seeking assembly, this assembly could also be done as a cooperative bond, then the offer would be from the manufacturers of the various parts.
Bonds can even be created that would require development, so offers would be as a commission for a new product, or the manufacture of parts of a new product.
Lets say you wanted a conversion system for diesel engines into a Papp engine, the first requirement would be a technological development hub cooperative, this would design the product itself, open source within the bond, once a working design is developed then either cooperatives are formed to manufacture the parts, or offers are collected from corporation or companies for manufacture, and installation cooperatives could be formed to convert you car, wagon, bus, plant engine, or as an electrical generator to allow free electrical energy.
Paying for the Goods
Once the advancing platform gains traction, and people in large numbers are using it, their would be a demand to convert fiat into the erathcoinage cryptocurrency within the closed bond, because the paedophile class are presently attempting to crash the global usury economy, in order to form new monopolies, extort more resources for themselves and bring in totalitarian enslavement globally. The fear of the failing value of fiats means a stable store of value, like earthcoinage would become popular, this allows advances to be used externally to the platform.
At this point, you can buy a car for example as an advance, as long as you can gain external guarantee from your surety, a new car depreciates, the average car is built to last 8 years, but some cars like the Toyota Tacoma are built to last 15 years, and this would be factored into the depreciation costs annually.
The average lifespan would means you simply pay the depreciation of the advance over 8 years. If the car cost £25,000, then you’d repay (25%) £6,250 the first year, or £520 a month, £3,750 a year (15%) for the next 4 years, or £312 a month, then £1,250 (5%) a year for the next 3 years or £104 a month. There is no interest or fees involved with the advance so it is of no disadvantage to use the advance, which is better than using savings.