Big put

The Big Put -- an ECSA concept inspired by the film The Big Short – is the means to put the risks of capitalism’s fragility back onto the market. Another name for the ECSA’s capital market facing token. Big Put is a play both on the capitalist desire to short itself (because it knows it is wasteful, fragile & unstable: a cultural-financial asset in decline) and the spread that will emerge between the network capacities of the existing capitalist economic network and the postcapitalist economic network: a spread between their expressive power, stability, accessibility, fairness of distribution, adaptability, scalability, privacy, functional equality and programmability. ECSA poses a question: On which side of the spread do you want to be when more and more people start to realize how much more expressive the postcapitalist economic network is?

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