As a tool, Blockchain provides the ability to decentralise: it was invented to disperse the governance of currency.
As a concept, however, we believe Blockchain presents an invitation to re-examine governance paradigms, and the fundamental structures of interpersonal exchange.
Saga has formed The New Contract Policy Institute (NCPI), an interdisciplinary effort to redefine an approach, and a model, for a revised social exchange of value.
We acknowledge the possibility presented by decentralised technologies, and the need to answer serious governance challenges in a liquid and fractal environment.
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A contract, any contract, evolves through the wish of people to interact and exchange value.
For an agreement to be transformed into a contract, it must be governed by a set of rules which denote its inner logic, that can be redacted and implemented.
The quest for impartial governance, with no goals other than oversight, that ensures contracts are conducted to the letter, is as ancient as the pursuit of justice and fairness.
Bert Lance famously said “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That kind of seductive common sense seems fair enough, but may be the enemy of progress.