UNILETS: Your Own Timecurrency Account
A UNILETS timecurrency account simply lists your offers and wants on the main page which you can change at your discretion and the messages are a record of your transactions, your scorecard in Hours of timecurrency gained and spent. John "The Banking Systems Engineer" Turmel's home page can be found at: http://www.cyberclass.net/turmel There you can visit "Latest Posts" for all the information on how to make LETS timecurrency work for you as it does for me. In particular, I would refer you to the European tour where I bartered my time's worth of providing accommodations back home to find accommodations for 39 nights out of 40 nights in 6 different countries. Click on "2700 LETS in over 50 nations" for my list of internet connections to already online local time-based currency systems around the world. The rules are simple. You can do a transaction with any internet account though a UNILETS account on a listserv provides a transaction archive and main page without needing to host a web page. If you owe a friend a favor, email him an IOU for time worth with a copy to your UNILETS account. If someone owes you or authenticates a contribution to society, they email it to UNILETS Register any volunteer work you have done yourself or get your agency to email your credit to your account. They could open their own UNILETS account and register their credits to others too. It's up to you to imagine new ways to use your account by contacting existing LETS groups and by inviting anyone to do time traders. Setting up your UNILETS account is how you connect to the network. Set up your own UNILETS account just like I set mine up. It's called http://www.cyberclass.net/turmel/unilets.htm and it's a simple form to copy until the United Nations someday takes over the management of the accounting.
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