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Circlenomic
Decentralized
Industrialism
Program
“The future is not a gift, it is an achievement.” Robert F. Kennedy
Goals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get funding to establish a permanent instance of Circlenomic Industrialism.
Get funding to directly implement Circlenomic Industrialism where it is needed in the
world and develop Circular Industrial Systems to sell to generate more funding.
Use Circular Industrialism technology transfer for the incubation of startup Industrial
Cooperatives.
Promote the replication of the Circlenomic systems and symmetrical cooperative
economic relationships.
Milestones
I.
2019
Get Circlenomic’s systems operational and begin to reproduce the successful systems.
II.
2020
Begin implementing systems where they are needed in the world.
Industrialism
The Industrial Revolution brought more wealth and well-being to more people than any other
system in recorded history. It is often not viewed that way, especially when a worker earns a
wage that is looked at as being lower than average, but as a result of Industrialism, that
worker has access to a higher standard of living than masses of people in previous economic
ages.
In addition to generating wealth, Industrialism generated opportunity on a scale never before
achieved in recorded history. If centralized Industrialism and service economies cannot
employ the masses, how does an economy continue to grow? How can an economy continue
to sustain the current and future populations?
The main issue Industrialism, Capitalism and Governance face today is the centralization,
consolidation and concentration of wealth and power. As an average citizen, being
disconnected from ownership and participation in governance of the means of production
and an organization results in inevitable impoverishment as the situation becomes
increasingly polarized.
Worker-owned cooperatives solve this problem by giving the means of production, a system
of governance, and equal distribution of wealth to the workers. Another key element ismaking Industrialism accessible. The trial performed by Circlenomic in Eindhoven, The
Netherlands was implemented with the money made from stocking groceries. This is
something that can be easily implemented, reproduced and scaled to fit into a decentralized
framework by a NonProfit organization.
By providing decentralized, accessible Industrialism, the systems needed to arrive at having
basic resources, raw materials and finished products, gives people the building blocks to
create and shape society. Having the ability to generate raw materials and finished products
has value and the peripheral activities surround this core have value as well.
Cryptocurrencies, The Blockchain and Decentralization
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ripple and Ethereum brought the concepts of
Decentralization and The Blockchain mainstream, distributing governance, Beingness and
access beyond computers around the globe and permeating many areas of life. Circlenomic
is applying those concepts to Decentralized Industrialism.
The Cryptocurrency from Circlenomic can be used to create value where it may be otherwise
difficult to create. So often today, people work and the work creates value for the society, but
in current paradigms, using local government currencies, those things may not be considered
exchangeable for the local currency, and the value and potential are lost.
Using Cryptocurrency as the beginning of a chain of value can result in the creation of local
fiat currency and the valuation of the relationships, systems and people in-between. A
decentralized, platform-based cooperative can be based on an app, and the participants do
not need to co-exist physically. Internet technologies can unite the participants to enable
collaboration and can be a more cost-effective implementation of a start-up cooperative.
Encouraging the formation of cooperatives increases the longevity of entrepreneurial
endeavors and creates resilient, inclusive communities.
Space
Much of how people live today is a remnant of the last Industrial Revolution, where people
lived in a home, and worked at a separate business. It is merging today, with many people
living and working in the same space. Re-imagining existing living spaces as live-work
spaces is key to low-cost startups. Networking re-imagined live-work spaces creates a
Gestalt effect, creating something that is greater than the individual parts—a Nexus of ideal
conditions for cooperative, collaborative, symmetrical economic relationships.
Human civilization is growing more dense and more people are moving into cities.
Decentralized Industrialism is a model that works well in dense, urban environments such as
apartments. Circlenomic was able to implement Circular Industrialism in a 39m2 space,
having been inspired from the Tiny House Movement, using wheeled shelves that function as
walls, storage and can be moved to make the space more flexible. The space incorporated
agricultural space for growing food and materials, a flexible work space for building
agricultural systems and processing recyclable materials, place for storing recyclable
materials, retail/atelier space for selling products created in-house a kitchenette with off-grid,
well-pump powered dishwasher to help process recyclables and place for living/sleeping.
Cooperativism
The generation of raw materials and resources can form the foundations of new cooperatives
and the potential is there to generate further economic activities surrounding those activities.
In the product development cycle, for example, there is the need for product developers,
designers, research and development, quality control, marketing, sales, social media,
finance, etcetera--generating the capability to provide opportunity to a large number of
people.Owning and controlling even a portion of the means of production makes it easier to manage
and own the supply-asset chains. Using Decentralized Industrialism to shift from being
strictly consumers to Prosumers (Producer-Consumers), creates more economic stability,
inclusivity and allows people to accept and balance responsibility for their own economic and
social well-being.
Recycle, Reuse, Renew
Circlenomic is using Cryptocurrency based on the Waves Platform to monetize recyclable
materials for Upcycling, Recycling and decentralized production. Incorporating recycling can
add system and financial buffers, and increase the pool of available resources for product
development and manufacture.
A network based on resources such as recyclable materials that are monetized with Tokens,
allows for the simultaneous creation of new business models, the conversion of resources
into wealth, cleaning up the environment and the building of new systems with currently
existing materials and infrastructure—a mobile device, software-driven, self-organizing,
intrinsically-motivated, decentralized workforce.
People often feel that there is a lack of wealth, but we are often surrounded by it. It's often a
matter of changing perspective--shifting Paradigms to resource based thinking, and re-
examining what we consider to be valuable. The mainstream value systems continue to omit
environmental, societal, cultural, human and other forms of resources and capital. Combining
new technologies and economic models present us today with tools that we can use to
transform our world.
In traditional manufacturing models, the raw materials are removed from the earth, and
converted into a form that is sold as a product to manufacturers. In the case of food
packaging, the materials are trucked and processed a number of times and finally filled with
food by a food packager. The actual use of the packaging by the end consumer is only a
small part of it's lifespan. After it's planned lifespan, it too often goes into the trash and ends
up in a landfill, incinerated and in the air, on the ground or in the ocean. Rather than being
used as wealth, in the aforementioned places, it poisons, kills and spoils the natural networks
and beauty of our world.
The discarded containers are made of the same materials as the raw materials that are put
into the machines to make them at the beginning of the cycle—transformed according to the
Law of Conservation. Consumers (or Introducer in the Circlenomic Network) have been
conditioned to think of resources and raw materials as trash—a problem to be solved at the
end of it's useful life cycle—BUT NOT AS WEALTH.
The consumer / Introducer pays for the container, and pays again for it to be removed and for
the “problem” to be solved by sanitation systems. The consumer / Introducer pays for the
containers when they buy the products, and they own them. They then pay again for the
“waste problem” to be solved. At this point, they can choose to sell them and recuperate their
initial outflow of capital with Circlenomic Tokens--giving value to these useful upcyclable,
recyclable materials.
Deposit systems exist in parts of the world that charge the consumer a small fee for
containers, so that the materials can be kept out of the trash and cleaned or re-used to make
more containers, rather than remove more raw materials from the Earth. The customer pays
a fixed amount and always receives a fixed amount back. In too many places, the deposit
system does not exist and this is an area of interest for Circlenomic.Zero-Waste Goal
“Waste is only waste if we waste it.” - Will.I.AM
So much value is lost to waste. On one side, we have unprecedented waste. Scarcity is often
created to maintain the need to produce and sell more goods to maintain the economy. On
the other side, we have unprecedented poverty. We literally waste wealth, opportunity and
prosperity. Balancing the two has the power to lift masses of people out of poverty.
Circlenomic has a goal of zero-waste, not only finding opportunities to find wasted, valuable
materials but to find opportunities to feed waste from Circlenomic’s own activities back into
the circle to extract more opportunity that can then be translated into opportunity for others.
The Circlenomic Ecosystem
Circlenomic is offering a micro-economic system that is based on the abundant by-products
of industrial and consumer activity in our world. In a model based on Tokens, wealth can be
obtained by using an alternative store of value in exchange for valuable materials. Especially
as a NonProfit, precious fiat currency can be used in situations where only fiat money is
accepted.
When Circlenomic's Tokens are exchanged for materials that have value, the Tokens then
become associated with that value and the value of the network itself, the services it provides
and the other forms if capital such as natural, human, social, constructed and external
capital, etc. The Tokens can be used for products or services within the Circlenomic network
or exchanged for other stores of value.
Within the app-based, self-organizing elements of Circlenomic exists the potential for roles.
A participant could embody one or multiple roles. Each individual would have access to
Circlenomic's marketplace, employing a system for reputation and Gamification to
intrinsically motivate the participants. The participant will have access to everything
necessary to engage in entrepreneurship in the Circlenomic Network and simultaneously in
the global economy.
A. Introducer
The Introducer in the Circlenomic network is incentivized with Tokens to place pre-existing
materials into Circlenomic's decentralized network. Introducers are, for example, people who
buy products from retail outlets that are packaged in containers. They would exchange those
containers for Circlenomic's Tokens, introducing the resources into the Circlenomic
ecosystem. They could also introduce new people to Circlenomic. Introducers can exchange
the Tokens they’ve acquired with Creators and others for the eventual finished products in
the Circlenomic Ecosystem or sell them for cash.
B. Trader
Traders exchange Tokens for materials with introducers, other traders, with Artisans for
Tokens, finished products, or can sell them for cash.
C. Creator
Creators transform the resources received from the traders into new products to then be
exchanged for cash, Cryptocurrency or Tokens. Implementing low-energy manufacturing
practices and techniques, ideally via upcycling requires a minimum of energy input, which
reduces time and money needed to arrive at a finished product, and reduces environmental
impact. Recycling is another option, processing the materials into another form, which can
then be turned into new shapes and new materials.Airdrop Financing
Initially, Circlenomic can gift or ‘airdrop’ tokens to get the processes started and potential
participants are encouraged to consider the following:
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Customer Segments: Who are your mass and niche markets?
Value Proposition: What are you offering and why are you different?
Channels: Look at the phases your products go through. This is everything from
awareness and distribution to after-sales service.
Customer Relationships: How are you building relationships with customers and is
it working?
Revenue Streams: What are your revenue streams? Direct sales? Is the product a
service?
Key Resources: What resources do you require to function? These can include
physical, human, financial and intellectual.
Key Activities: Ask yourself what activities need to take place in order to deliver on
your value proposition?
Key Partnerships: Write down who your key suppliers and partners are and how they
contribute to your overall goals.
Cost Structure: Look at fixed and variable costs so that you can see what can be
improved upon.
Environmental Impact: How will your activities effect the environment, community
and accrue natural capital?
The Tokens and resources will be open to anyone in the world, and are to be used to create
new opportunities, fund and finance new ventures and ideas. Circlenomic’s strategy is to
establish a network of cooperatives around the world to create products and fill orders close
to where they are ordered, to eliminate third-party shipping processes and costs.
The acquisition and utilization of free and low-cost materials allows participants to more cost-
effectively compete in the global economy. Employing closed loop systems and whole
systems design enable participants to sustain and expand activities, increasing the ability to
bring abundance to more people in the world.
Portable battery technologies provide the ability to store energy and use it where it is needed
to power the things we use today. The Power producer could allow others to charge their
batteries and devices in exchange for Tokens within the network or for cash externally.
Monetizing compost heating and evaporative cooling services are an accessible way for the
average person to turn waste into power and money.
Composting yields rich nutrients the plants need and heat that can be used for heating for
spaces, Aquaponic fish tanks and combined with thermoelectric chips produce electricity.
Monetizing biological materials to produce compost, IBC-based biogas, and using effluent
from BioGas digesters and greywater to grow resources such as textiles are more ways that
participants in Circlenomic can reduce costs to be able to compete more effectively in the
global economy.
Governance
Circlenomic’s founder, Mathew Marlin Mallory Phillips is working to implement Sociocracy as
a form of governance for the staff portion of the Circlenomic NonProfit Cooperative to create
a powerful and capable team. Circlenomic is to be democratically operated with distributed
governance.
The workforce is to be organized by a gamified, decentralized app (dapp), using intrinsic
motivators via Gamification which will foster self-networking and governance. The app will
also include a decentralized marketplace, where resources and offers for resources can belisted for exchange. Subgroups can also organize and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to
use the system to create new opportunities for others.
Crypto-Token
Circlenomic Tokens are intended to have a value connected to the commodities they
represent, but are to be left to the market to decide. Participants who posses Circlenomic's
Tokens become members of the network and are entitled to access to the Circlenomic
network and products within it. In the case of limited resources, up to the value of their
Tokens. Circlenomic's Tokens are verifiable on the Waves blockchain. They are locked, and
no new units can be added.
The Circlenomic Token is based on the Waves Platform and has a total supply of
11,111,111,111 Tokens. The founder will retain 8% of the total supply of the tokens.
Decentralized Agriculture
The reproductive abilities of plants, combined with high-density, Circular, decentralized
agriculture, using grow systems such as: Algaculture, Aquaponics, Anthroponics, Organic
Hydroponics, Aeroponics and Greywater have infinite potential for economic development.
Circlenomic was able to combine the growing of Microgreens & Vegetables, Fish, A flexible
workspace for processing recyclable materials and a retail space in a 39m2 room with no
plumbing or sewage.
A 1000 liter IBC tank served as a fish tank for a 72-place vertical Aeroponics/Aquaponics
tower. Another IBC tank was for storing Anthroponic solution. Previous endeavors in
Germany yielded high volumes of corn and tomatoes with four goldfish in Aquaponics on the
balcony of an apartment. Employing high-density grow systems, and implementation in 3D
space can maximize the yield of modern small-medium scale Agricultural systems.
Cooperation between Decentralized urban farms can replicate the output of more
conventional centralized agricultural operations with up to 96% more input and water
efficiency.
Aquaponics
Aquaponics uses fish effluent to grow plants, and is ideal for food or medicine crops. The fish
can be kept in 1000 liter tanks or in a pond and the nutrient-rich water is pumped over the
plant roots. Beneficial nitrifying bacteria build up in the water and convert the ammonia from
fish waste in the water into large amounts of Nitrogen--enough to grow Corn. The fish can be
raised for food, eaten by the grower or exchanged as pets to a good home for capital.
Different varieties of fish can be raised as pets and sold for a higher price per fish.
Anthroponics
Anthroponics uses human urine, which can be the front-end of decentralized (urine) sewage
collection. Composting toilets, modified camping toilets or boat toilets can be used to collect
the inputs. Human feces can be composted and used as fertilizer in soil or Coco Coir.
Anthroponics is ideally used to grow non-food crops and can provide the opportunity for
entrepreneurship with waste collection and energy production.
Aeroponics
Aeroponics grows plants with the plant roots suspended in air. The advantages are low
shipping weight as opposed to using Hydroton clay pebbles, rocks, or Coco Coir. The
nutrients are also readily available, so the plant roots do not have to search for them and
struggle against soil to grow, allowing the plant to grow larger and faster. Nasa has pioneeredusing Aeroponics to grow food on long space missions and grew potatoes starting with the
top of the plant in seven days.
Algaculture
Energy and resource efficient Algae have the highest potential to generate resources. Algae
are to be grown in accessible, 1000 liter IBC tanks and because of the reproduction rates of
algae, they can be harvested every week, which can fill gaps in the growth and harvest times
of plant species. There are species that make thermoplastic, which can be used to make
filaments for 3D printers, BioPlastic, Biomass that can be used to make BioButanol, stove
and feed pellets, oil to make BioDiesel, protein and more.
Greywater
Reusing water from sinks and water from Aquaponics fish tanks in a Greywater system can
put water to use that is usually wasted. Greywater is best suited for growing fruit trees and
can also present the opportunity for entrepreneurship with Greywater collection--paying
participants for their water. A greywater system can be as large as the scale of a city,
community or multiple scales of individual. It can be indoors as well, like at Circlenomic,
running the drain of an off-grid sink into the pot of a tree. Care must be taken to use only
natural cleaners and soap and no chemicals but the end result is lots of fruit.
BioGas
A BioGas digester turns solid human waste, food waste or Biomass into Gaseous fuel that
can be used for cooking or a low-cost electric generator. After the food or human waste
inputs are processed, BioGas digesters yield an effluent that can be safely used as a soil
amendment or in organic hydroponics. We would only use effluent from human waste for non-
food crops. It could be used to grow more biomass to generate more gas, to generate more
electricity. An IBC-based BioGas digester, combined with an efficient generator provide
energy production possibilities for personal use or as part of an decentralized energy
cooperative.
Composting
Composting biomass yields rich soil that can be used for soil-based plants. The composting
process generated heat as the BioMass de-composes into soil. Inexpensive Thermoelectric
chips can be used to turn the compost heat into electricity. This too can become a part of a
decentralized energy cooperative.
Electricity can come from a mixture of sources—Solar, wind in the form of 3D printed wind-
blades on off the shelf generators, 1000l Solar Cities-inspired BioGas Digesters, connected
to a low-noise generator, Thermoelectric chips inside compost bins, Electricity-generating
exercise equipment in a facility that is free for members.
3D printing is a part of the future of Humanity and can definitely play a role in Circlenomic’s
Decentralized Industrialism, but it is better incorporated as an element of Decentralized
Industrialism, rather than the whole program. Growing the materials to create the raw
materials needed for 3D printing make it more sustainable. 3D printing can also be used to
create the tooling necessary to mass produce for example, biocomposite parts that are
produced on a larger scale.
Finance
Funding is necessary for costs associated with Circlenomic’s next (permanent) instance of
Circular Industrialism: buying the land, shipping container building units to create space to be
used to house the office, research and development, the exchange of resources,
manufacturing, agriculture and power production. Following success, the physicalmanifestations of the Circlenomic network are to be reproduced and placed where they are
needed in the world to help people create prosperity.
Switching the focus to eliminating debt cycles can be key to success. Investing in what can
be owned and assisting others to have the same in symmetrical relations makes a much
stronger community, which can more easily transcend survival to move toward evolution.
Decentralized Industrialism has a role in developed nations among people who would be
considered wealthy as well, so Circlenomic also plans to sell the system as a whole, as well
as the individual components and the products to create economic sustainability and reduce
reliance on donations, grants and other forms of fundraising.
Conclusion
Decentralized Industrialism allows for a more resilient means to produce food and material
resources, which can be used directly, traded, sold or refined into finished products and sold.
As a charitable organization, implementing systems that grow food and resources is a more
effective, sustainable use of donations received. Once in place, the systems will produce
food and resources indefinitely.
Investing in Circular, Decentralized Industrial systems that generate resources is a way to
use the money raised as a NonProfit organization literally as seed money to grow more--
potentially to Infinity. The materials are relatively low cost, and growing indoors reduces the
system’s vulnerability to natural disasters, time and the limitations of seasons, allowing a
more reliable, constant ability to produce what is needed for economic development.
The circular systems are sustainable and don’t require continued purchase of plant or fish
food. The plants themselves can be used or traded directly, or they can be cycled up into
more finished retail products, which could increase their perceived value.
For the end user, these systems offer more possibilities for multiple streams of income, which
increases the power in the hands of people in a grassroots, cooperative fashion and can
provide continued income to participants if setbacks occur. The formation of new ventures as
Cooperatives creates even more resiliency as well as a community as opposed to a
competitive environment.
For more information, visit: https:// Facebook.com Circlenomic ,
minds.com/circlenomic/blog/circlenomic-965714271266697216 contact us at:
[email protected]
Mathew Marlin Mallory Phillips
Circlenomic
Henri Hermannslaan 482
6162GT Geleen
The Netherlands
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Circlenomic
Decentralized
Industrialism
Program
“The future is not a gift, it is an achievement.” Robert F. Kennedy
Goals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Get funding to establish a permanent instance of Circlenomic Industrialism.
Get funding to directly implement Circlenomic Industrialism where it is needed in the
world and develop Circular Industrial Systems to sell to generate more funding.
Use Circular Industrialism technology transfer for the incubation of startup Industrial
Cooperatives.
Promote the replication of the Circlenomic systems and symmetrical cooperative
economic relationships.
Milestones
I.
2019
Get Circlenomic’s systems operational and begin to reproduce the successful systems.
II.
2020
Begin implementing systems where they are needed in the world.
Industrialism
The Industrial Revolution brought more wealth and well-being to more people than any other
system in recorded history. It is often not viewed that way, especially when a worker earns a
wage that is looked at as being lower than average, but as a result of Industrialism, that
worker has access to a higher standard of living than masses of people in previous economic
ages.
In addition to generating wealth, Industrialism generated opportunity on a scale never before
achieved in recorded history. If centralized Industrialism and service economies cannot
employ the masses, how does an economy continue to grow? How can an economy continue
to sustain the current and future populations?
The main issue Industrialism, Capitalism and Governance face today is the centralization,
consolidation and concentration of wealth and power. As an average citizen, being
disconnected from ownership and participation in governance of the means of production
and an organization results in inevitable impoverishment as the situation becomes
increasingly polarized.
Worker-owned cooperatives solve this problem by giving the means of production, a system
of governance, and equal distribution of wealth to the workers. Another key element ismaking Industrialism accessible. The trial performed by Circlenomic in Eindhoven, The
Netherlands was implemented with the money made from stocking groceries. This is
something that can be easily implemented, reproduced and scaled to fit into a decentralized
framework by a NonProfit organization.
By providing decentralized, accessible Industrialism, the systems needed to arrive at having
basic resources, raw materials and finished products, gives people the building blocks to
create and shape society. Having the ability to generate raw materials and finished products
has value and the peripheral activities surround this core have value as well.
Cryptocurrencies, The Blockchain and Decentralization
Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ripple and Ethereum brought the concepts of
Decentralization and The Blockchain mainstream, distributing governance, Beingness and
access beyond computers around the globe and permeating many areas of life. Circlenomic
is applying those concepts to Decentralized Industrialism.
The Cryptocurrency from Circlenomic can be used to create value where it may be otherwise
difficult to create. So often today, people work and the work creates value for the society, but
in current paradigms, using local government currencies, those things may not be considered
exchangeable for the local currency, and the value and potential are lost.
Using Cryptocurrency as the beginning of a chain of value can result in the creation of local
fiat currency and the valuation of the relationships, systems and people in-between. A
decentralized, platform-based cooperative can be based on an app, and the participants do
not need to co-exist physically. Internet technologies can unite the participants to enable
collaboration and can be a more cost-effective implementation of a start-up cooperative.
Encouraging the formation of cooperatives increases the longevity of entrepreneurial
endeavors and creates resilient, inclusive communities.
Space
Much of how people live today is a remnant of the last Industrial Revolution, where people
lived in a home, and worked at a separate business. It is merging today, with many people
living and working in the same space. Re-imagining existing living spaces as live-work
spaces is key to low-cost startups. Networking re-imagined live-work spaces creates a
Gestalt effect, creating something that is greater than the individual parts—a Nexus of ideal
conditions for cooperative, collaborative, symmetrical economic relationships.
Human civilization is growing more dense and more people are moving into cities.
Decentralized Industrialism is a model that works well in dense, urban environments such as
apartments. Circlenomic was able to implement Circular Industrialism in a 39m2 space,
having been inspired from the Tiny House Movement, using wheeled shelves that function as
walls, storage and can be moved to make the space more flexible. The space incorporated
agricultural space for growing food and materials, a flexible work space for building
agricultural systems and processing recyclable materials, place for storing recyclable
materials, retail/atelier space for selling products created in-house a kitchenette with off-grid,
well-pump powered dishwasher to help process recyclables and place for living/sleeping.
Cooperativism
The generation of raw materials and resources can form the foundations of new cooperatives
and the potential is there to generate further economic activities surrounding those activities.
In the product development cycle, for example, there is the need for product developers,
designers, research and development, quality control, marketing, sales, social media,
finance, etcetera--generating the capability to provide opportunity to a large number of
people.Owning and controlling even a portion of the means of production makes it easier to manage
and own the supply-asset chains. Using Decentralized Industrialism to shift from being
strictly consumers to Prosumers (Producer-Consumers), creates more economic stability,
inclusivity and allows people to accept and balance responsibility for their own economic and
social well-being.
Recycle, Reuse, Renew
Circlenomic is using Cryptocurrency based on the Waves Platform to monetize recyclable
materials for Upcycling, Recycling and decentralized production. Incorporating recycling can
add system and financial buffers, and increase the pool of available resources for product
development and manufacture.
A network based on resources such as recyclable materials that are monetized with Tokens,
allows for the simultaneous creation of new business models, the conversion of resources
into wealth, cleaning up the environment and the building of new systems with currently
existing materials and infrastructure—a mobile device, software-driven, self-organizing,
intrinsically-motivated, decentralized workforce.
People often feel that there is a lack of wealth, but we are often surrounded by it. It's often a
matter of changing perspective--shifting Paradigms to resource based thinking, and re-
examining what we consider to be valuable. The mainstream value systems continue to omit
environmental, societal, cultural, human and other forms of resources and capital. Combining
new technologies and economic models present us today with tools that we can use to
transform our world.
In traditional manufacturing models, the raw materials are removed from the earth, and
converted into a form that is sold as a product to manufacturers. In the case of food
packaging, the materials are trucked and processed a number of times and finally filled with
food by a food packager. The actual use of the packaging by the end consumer is only a
small part of it's lifespan. After it's planned lifespan, it too often goes into the trash and ends
up in a landfill, incinerated and in the air, on the ground or in the ocean. Rather than being
used as wealth, in the aforementioned places, it poisons, kills and spoils the natural networks
and beauty of our world.
The discarded containers are made of the same materials as the raw materials that are put
into the machines to make them at the beginning of the cycle—transformed according to the
Law of Conservation. Consumers (or Introducer in the Circlenomic Network) have been
conditioned to think of resources and raw materials as trash—a problem to be solved at the
end of it's useful life cycle—BUT NOT AS WEALTH.
The consumer / Introducer pays for the container, and pays again for it to be removed and for
the “problem” to be solved by sanitation systems. The consumer / Introducer pays for the
containers when they buy the products, and they own them. They then pay again for the
“waste problem” to be solved. At this point, they can choose to sell them and recuperate their
initial outflow of capital with Circlenomic Tokens--giving value to these useful upcyclable,
recyclable materials.
Deposit systems exist in parts of the world that charge the consumer a small fee for
containers, so that the materials can be kept out of the trash and cleaned or re-used to make
more containers, rather than remove more raw materials from the Earth. The customer pays
a fixed amount and always receives a fixed amount back. In too many places, the deposit
system does not exist and this is an area of interest for Circlenomic.Zero-Waste Goal
“Waste is only waste if we waste it.” - Will.I.AM
So much value is lost to waste. On one side, we have unprecedented waste. Scarcity is often
created to maintain the need to produce and sell more goods to maintain the economy. On
the other side, we have unprecedented poverty. We literally waste wealth, opportunity and
prosperity. Balancing the two has the power to lift masses of people out of poverty.
Circlenomic has a goal of zero-waste, not only finding opportunities to find wasted, valuable
materials but to find opportunities to feed waste from Circlenomic’s own activities back into
the circle to extract more opportunity that can then be translated into opportunity for others.
The Circlenomic Ecosystem
Circlenomic is offering a micro-economic system that is based on the abundant by-products
of industrial and consumer activity in our world. In a model based on Tokens, wealth can be
obtained by using an alternative store of value in exchange for valuable materials. Especially
as a NonProfit, precious fiat currency can be used in situations where only fiat money is
accepted.
When Circlenomic's Tokens are exchanged for materials that have value, the Tokens then
become associated with that value and the value of the network itself, the services it provides
and the other forms if capital such as natural, human, social, constructed and external
capital, etc. The Tokens can be used for products or services within the Circlenomic network
or exchanged for other stores of value.
Within the app-based, self-organizing elements of Circlenomic exists the potential for roles.
A participant could embody one or multiple roles. Each individual would have access to
Circlenomic's marketplace, employing a system for reputation and Gamification to
intrinsically motivate the participants. The participant will have access to everything
necessary to engage in entrepreneurship in the Circlenomic Network and simultaneously in
the global economy.
A. Introducer
The Introducer in the Circlenomic network is incentivized with Tokens to place pre-existing
materials into Circlenomic's decentralized network. Introducers are, for example, people who
buy products from retail outlets that are packaged in containers. They would exchange those
containers for Circlenomic's Tokens, introducing the resources into the Circlenomic
ecosystem. They could also introduce new people to Circlenomic. Introducers can exchange
the Tokens they’ve acquired with Creators and others for the eventual finished products in
the Circlenomic Ecosystem or sell them for cash.
B. Trader
Traders exchange Tokens for materials with introducers, other traders, with Artisans for
Tokens, finished products, or can sell them for cash.
C. Creator
Creators transform the resources received from the traders into new products to then be
exchanged for cash, Cryptocurrency or Tokens. Implementing low-energy manufacturing
practices and techniques, ideally via upcycling requires a minimum of energy input, which
reduces time and money needed to arrive at a finished product, and reduces environmental
impact. Recycling is another option, processing the materials into another form, which can
then be turned into new shapes and new materials.Airdrop Financing
Initially, Circlenomic can gift or ‘airdrop’ tokens to get the processes started and potential
participants are encouraged to consider the following:
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Customer Segments: Who are your mass and niche markets?
Value Proposition: What are you offering and why are you different?
Channels: Look at the phases your products go through. This is everything from
awareness and distribution to after-sales service.
Customer Relationships: How are you building relationships with customers and is
it working?
Revenue Streams: What are your revenue streams? Direct sales? Is the product a
service?
Key Resources: What resources do you require to function? These can include
physical, human, financial and intellectual.
Key Activities: Ask yourself what activities need to take place in order to deliver on
your value proposition?
Key Partnerships: Write down who your key suppliers and partners are and how they
contribute to your overall goals.
Cost Structure: Look at fixed and variable costs so that you can see what can be
improved upon.
Environmental Impact: How will your activities effect the environment, community
and accrue natural capital?
The Tokens and resources will be open to anyone in the world, and are to be used to create
new opportunities, fund and finance new ventures and ideas. Circlenomic’s strategy is to
establish a network of cooperatives around the world to create products and fill orders close
to where they are ordered, to eliminate third-party shipping processes and costs.
The acquisition and utilization of free and low-cost materials allows participants to more cost-
effectively compete in the global economy. Employing closed loop systems and whole
systems design enable participants to sustain and expand activities, increasing the ability to
bring abundance to more people in the world.
Portable battery technologies provide the ability to store energy and use it where it is needed
to power the things we use today. The Power producer could allow others to charge their
batteries and devices in exchange for Tokens within the network or for cash externally.
Monetizing compost heating and evaporative cooling services are an accessible way for the
average person to turn waste into power and money.
Composting yields rich nutrients the plants need and heat that can be used for heating for
spaces, Aquaponic fish tanks and combined with thermoelectric chips produce electricity.
Monetizing biological materials to produce compost, IBC-based biogas, and using effluent
from BioGas digesters and greywater to grow resources such as textiles are more ways that
participants in Circlenomic can reduce costs to be able to compete more effectively in the
global economy.
Governance
Circlenomic’s founder, Mathew Marlin Mallory Phillips is working to implement Sociocracy as
a form of governance for the staff portion of the Circlenomic NonProfit Cooperative to create
a powerful and capable team. Circlenomic is to be democratically operated with distributed
governance.
The workforce is to be organized by a gamified, decentralized app (dapp), using intrinsic
motivators via Gamification which will foster self-networking and governance. The app will
also include a decentralized marketplace, where resources and offers for resources can belisted for exchange. Subgroups can also organize and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to
use the system to create new opportunities for others.
Crypto-Token
Circlenomic Tokens are intended to have a value connected to the commodities they
represent, but are to be left to the market to decide. Participants who posses Circlenomic's
Tokens become members of the network and are entitled to access to the Circlenomic
network and products within it. In the case of limited resources, up to the value of their
Tokens. Circlenomic's Tokens are verifiable on the Waves blockchain. They are locked, and
no new units can be added.
The Circlenomic Token is based on the Waves Platform and has a total supply of
11,111,111,111 Tokens. The founder will retain 8% of the total supply of the tokens.
Decentralized Agriculture
The reproductive abilities of plants, combined with high-density, Circular, decentralized
agriculture, using grow systems such as: Algaculture, Aquaponics, Anthroponics, Organic
Hydroponics, Aeroponics and Greywater have infinite potential for economic development.
Circlenomic was able to combine the growing of Microgreens & Vegetables, Fish, A flexible
workspace for processing recyclable materials and a retail space in a 39m2 room with no
plumbing or sewage.
A 1000 liter IBC tank served as a fish tank for a 72-place vertical Aeroponics/Aquaponics
tower. Another IBC tank was for storing Anthroponic solution. Previous endeavors in
Germany yielded high volumes of corn and tomatoes with four goldfish in Aquaponics on the
balcony of an apartment. Employing high-density grow systems, and implementation in 3D
space can maximize the yield of modern small-medium scale Agricultural systems.
Cooperation between Decentralized urban farms can replicate the output of more
conventional centralized agricultural operations with up to 96% more input and water
efficiency.
Aquaponics
Aquaponics uses fish effluent to grow plants, and is ideal for food or medicine crops. The fish
can be kept in 1000 liter tanks or in a pond and the nutrient-rich water is pumped over the
plant roots. Beneficial nitrifying bacteria build up in the water and convert the ammonia from
fish waste in the water into large amounts of Nitrogen--enough to grow Corn. The fish can be
raised for food, eaten by the grower or exchanged as pets to a good home for capital.
Different varieties of fish can be raised as pets and sold for a higher price per fish.
Anthroponics
Anthroponics uses human urine, which can be the front-end of decentralized (urine) sewage
collection. Composting toilets, modified camping toilets or boat toilets can be used to collect
the inputs. Human feces can be composted and used as fertilizer in soil or Coco Coir.
Anthroponics is ideally used to grow non-food crops and can provide the opportunity for
entrepreneurship with waste collection and energy production.
Aeroponics
Aeroponics grows plants with the plant roots suspended in air. The advantages are low
shipping weight as opposed to using Hydroton clay pebbles, rocks, or Coco Coir. The
nutrients are also readily available, so the plant roots do not have to search for them and
struggle against soil to grow, allowing the plant to grow larger and faster. Nasa has pioneeredusing Aeroponics to grow food on long space missions and grew potatoes starting with the
top of the plant in seven days.
Algaculture
Energy and resource efficient Algae have the highest potential to generate resources. Algae
are to be grown in accessible, 1000 liter IBC tanks and because of the reproduction rates of
algae, they can be harvested every week, which can fill gaps in the growth and harvest times
of plant species. There are species that make thermoplastic, which can be used to make
filaments for 3D printers, BioPlastic, Biomass that can be used to make BioButanol, stove
and feed pellets, oil to make BioDiesel, protein and more.
Greywater
Reusing water from sinks and water from Aquaponics fish tanks in a Greywater system can
put water to use that is usually wasted. Greywater is best suited for growing fruit trees and
can also present the opportunity for entrepreneurship with Greywater collection--paying
participants for their water. A greywater system can be as large as the scale of a city,
community or multiple scales of individual. It can be indoors as well, like at Circlenomic,
running the drain of an off-grid sink into the pot of a tree. Care must be taken to use only
natural cleaners and soap and no chemicals but the end result is lots of fruit.
BioGas
A BioGas digester turns solid human waste, food waste or Biomass into Gaseous fuel that
can be used for cooking or a low-cost electric generator. After the food or human waste
inputs are processed, BioGas digesters yield an effluent that can be safely used as a soil
amendment or in organic hydroponics. We would only use effluent from human waste for non-
food crops. It could be used to grow more biomass to generate more gas, to generate more
electricity. An IBC-based BioGas digester, combined with an efficient generator provide
energy production possibilities for personal use or as part of an decentralized energy
cooperative.
Composting
Composting biomass yields rich soil that can be used for soil-based plants. The composting
process generated heat as the BioMass de-composes into soil. Inexpensive Thermoelectric
chips can be used to turn the compost heat into electricity. This too can become a part of a
decentralized energy cooperative.
Electricity can come from a mixture of sources—Solar, wind in the form of 3D printed wind-
blades on off the shelf generators, 1000l Solar Cities-inspired BioGas Digesters, connected
to a low-noise generator, Thermoelectric chips inside compost bins, Electricity-generating
exercise equipment in a facility that is free for members.
3D printing is a part of the future of Humanity and can definitely play a role in Circlenomic’s
Decentralized Industrialism, but it is better incorporated as an element of Decentralized
Industrialism, rather than the whole program. Growing the materials to create the raw
materials needed for 3D printing make it more sustainable. 3D printing can also be used to
create the tooling necessary to mass produce for example, biocomposite parts that are
produced on a larger scale.
Finance
Funding is necessary for costs associated with Circlenomic’s next (permanent) instance of
Circular Industrialism: buying the land, shipping container building units to create space to be
used to house the office, research and development, the exchange of resources,
manufacturing, agriculture and power production. Following success, the physicalmanifestations of the Circlenomic network are to be reproduced and placed where they are
needed in the world to help people create prosperity.
Switching the focus to eliminating debt cycles can be key to success. Investing in what can
be owned and assisting others to have the same in symmetrical relations makes a much
stronger community, which can more easily transcend survival to move toward evolution.
Decentralized Industrialism has a role in developed nations among people who would be
considered wealthy as well, so Circlenomic also plans to sell the system as a whole, as well
as the individual components and the products to create economic sustainability and reduce
reliance on donations, grants and other forms of fundraising.
Conclusion
Decentralized Industrialism allows for a more resilient means to produce food and material
resources, which can be used directly, traded, sold or refined into finished products and sold.
As a charitable organization, implementing systems that grow food and resources is a more
effective, sustainable use of donations received. Once in place, the systems will produce
food and resources indefinitely.
Investing in Circular, Decentralized Industrial systems that generate resources is a way to
use the money raised as a NonProfit organization literally as seed money to grow more--
potentially to Infinity. The materials are relatively low cost, and growing indoors reduces the
system’s vulnerability to natural disasters, time and the limitations of seasons, allowing a
more reliable, constant ability to produce what is needed for economic development.
The circular systems are sustainable and don’t require continued purchase of plant or fish
food. The plants themselves can be used or traded directly, or they can be cycled up into
more finished retail products, which could increase their perceived value.
For the end user, these systems offer more possibilities for multiple streams of income, which
increases the power in the hands of people in a grassroots, cooperative fashion and can
provide continued income to participants if setbacks occur. The formation of new ventures as
Cooperatives creates even more resiliency as well as a community as opposed to a
competitive environment.
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Mathew Marlin Mallory Phillips
Circlenomic
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