Let´s end poverty.
For a Universal Exchange Basic Income RBIU.
What the Universal Exchange Basic Income is?
The Universal Exchange Basic Income is an electronic income that aims to eradicate poverty.
It is 100% electronic.
It allows to exchange goods and services everywhere in the world.
Anybody above 14 years old can receive it.
It is determined according to each country poverty line.
It is based on the Blockchain technology.
It is a non-profit project.
Main data about poverty in the world
10% of world population lives with less than
700 milions of workers live with less than
16% of the population of middle and high income countries live on less than
How to collaborate with the project
You can participate as an entity or individual through the following options:
Join as a public entity
Area you a public or private entity willing to participate in the Universal Exchange Basic Income project – RBIU?
Join as an individual
Do you want to contribute to ending poverty by joining a solidarity project such as the Universal Basic Exchange Income?
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