Security for Social Banking

SORA Quipu implements encryption for our moneyless resource banking system


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Inspired by the Moneyless system of the Inca

The Inca created a moneyless, text-less encoding system called Quipu that remains un-decoded today. SORA Quipu is a modern implementation of it on paper for digital records, similar to QR codes.

Plano Carpino was a monk sent as ambassador from France to Genghis Khan. The Mongols asked him frequently if there was plenty of sheep and oxen in France. Like the Spaniards, they wanted to know if the country was rich enough to be worth conquering. Among the Mongols who are ignorant of the use of money, cattle are the instruments of commerce and the measures of value. Wealth to them consisted in cattle, as to the Spaniards it consisted in gold and silver. Of the two, the Mongol notion, perhaps, was the nearest to the truth.

Wealth of Nations Book 4, Chapter 1

Advantages

Moneyless

Decentralized

Flexible

Cost Effective

Integrated with Taxation