I think a theory that predicts, as Smith did, that commodities exchange according to the amount of labour embodied in them — living and previously done — can be used both to describe and manage the transition I’m talking about.
From Adam Smith to Duncan Smith
Paul Mason

We have always had a universal currency. What has been absent is the technology to enable it. That is no longer the case.

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