Royaume de France: Back to bead fill-up cards

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Queen of France

Back to bead fill-up cards

Small money commerce
Ok, you are given a fill-up container card at the beginning of the year, and during that year when you shop, the stores clerk places (or machine injected) small beads into it. , for that precise amount,  and minimum quantities of no lower than 10 in monetary value.

If you lose the card, mid-year, you get another, however it is filled at the going rate of average with the others. Because these bead cards are also digitally countable they will have your last main store purchase on record, in example, say it was 27000, it will average between the others at that time of the year (31000), so your bead card may be filled to a higher value of 29000, so better not to lose it, but its not the end of the world either.

The bead system is advantageous and safe for venders who do not have electronic equipment. In example, a guy pays 5000 for supplies a year and sells product at a gain of 5000(double).
So this vender is getting the pre-paid 44000 to purchase the 5000 in supplies. His supplier gives him the supplies and fills his bead card up for 5000.
The vender. then resells the product, to anyone with the bead cards. The vender places the valued number of beads into the customers fillup card,
and then gives the products to the person without the electronic machine.

Bag of beads = OOO
Container = [___]

First of the year from the gov-bank:

Vender receives = OOO  + [___]

Customers receive =  [____]

Customer receives products and gets 2 beads, [_OO]

Vender loses bag of beads,
the gov-bank gives him another bag of beads OOO for customer card fillups.

Vender buys more products from his supplier and his [_OO] is also filled.

Perhaps explaining a giving monetary system is difficult for people to understand, but eventually it will be hard to understand the opposite occurance.
As up to now, basing our credence of experiences and fortunes on take for this long has been a pretty unhealthy lifestyle.