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Decentralisation of Money: Navigating Money, Power & Freedom

Unveiling the Power of Decentralisation: Navigating Money, Power, & Freedom in a Globalised World

As money evolves, and better forms of money come into play, naturally, humans get greedy and try to control and monopolise all the money and power.

Without governance and regulation, or with governance and regulation controlled by the wrong people, the strongest would grab, hoard and hold all the wealth and there would be little left for everyone else.

The Cycle of Power and Greed

This doesn’t make for a fully functioning and fair society, but it is a proven trait of (some parts of) humanity, and repeats itself through history. Evolution into revolution. Empires into ashes. It follows the cycle of life.

As you get powerful, corrupt and greedy people (who don’t always start out that way), you get monopolies, centralisation and globalisation. Essentially the most greedy and powerful want full monopoly and so try to control everything. One king. One government. One currency. Power corrupts.

The Push for Decentralisation

The current ‘New World Order’ towards globalisation and central currencies has enough enemies and resistance that it is pushing back. This is a favour towards independence over dependence, and freedom over control. One current way of resistance, revolution and redistribution of money is in the form or trend of the decentralisation of money.

Instead of one world reserve currency, you are seeing many independent currencies and forms of money appear. You have the De-Fi (De-Finance) movement, and the Fractional Ownership Model. The benefit of this decentralisation is that it creates a more free and fair market, creates competition for the good of fair exchange, and pushes back against monopolies.

The Rise of Decentralised Money

A central bank might be a centralised monetary source. Bitcoin would be a decentralised monetary source. A global reserve currency might be a centralised monetary source. Crypto currencies and NFTs might be a decentralised monetary source.

There is no telling what new currencies and forms of money this decentralised revolution will bring, but the trend is certainly towards independence, and ‘unfuckwithable’ tech like the blockchain. If you cannot manipulate the code, the tech or the supply, then you can’t control the currency, or the people.

Caution in the Cryptocurrency World

A little warning here. There is Bitcoin, and there are the rest of the cryptocurrencies. Most of the new evolving crypto currencies are not as decentralised as they first may seem. Are they really independent? Who actually owns or controls them? Is the ‘money’ stored on an independent blockchain, or is it actually on someone’s own platform?

A very real example of this was the demise of FTX, a huge crypto exchange. It went from $32 billion to zero in just a 10-day period in 2022. There was nothing cryptocurrency about FTX. This was a platform, owned by an individual entrepreneur, who could take and move and play with your money at will.

The Challenge of True Decentralisation

It’s difficult to find fully decentralised forms of money. Because once a source of money becomes popular with the free independent thinkers, the rebels with a cause, raging against the machine, governments love to get involved and gain control.

In some more controlling, communist countries, it has been known that they will just take the assets off you or ban them if they don’t like them, or you gain too much power. China banned Bitcoin. South Africa and Zimbabwe have confiscated property from the people. So if you are in the position to be mobile, it’s wise to live in less extreme or communist countries.

The Power Shift in Media

The same is happening in the media, which for me is a form of money, because attention = currency. BBC & CNN have less viewers than Mr. Beast and other independent YouTubers. They have less followers than Joe Rogan. They try to copy by setting up their own podcasts, but they can’t compete. They can’t move fast enough. This media decentralisation is vital for our freedom.

The Golden Rule of Decentralisation: Diversification

The golden rule of decentralisation is diversification. Maybe the ‘Money Matrix’ gets some of it, but no way they can get all of it. Personally, I view the stock market as way more decentralised than a bank account. There are 500 successful companies in the S&P 500 where your money is spread across them.

One entity controls your money in a bank account, and it’s been known that they can close you down without explanation. Andrew Tate told me that his banks shut him down and withheld $15 million. Nigel Farage had his bank accounts withdrawn in the UK and failed with his application to open accounts with a further 10 banks.

Property, Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies, businesses, gold, silver, art, watches, classic cars; spread your money in assets you have good ownership rights and full autonomy over, because this could happen to you too if the debt spiral continues.

Spread your media too. If YouTube shuts you down, make sure you use Rumble or X. Top creators have podcasts because no one can get cancelled from their own podcast. Top creators are even setting up their own media and platforms, like DailyWire.

Building an Independent Platform To Grow Your Wealth

Get this, I just Googled ‘top independent media channel’ trying to find another example, and do you know what came up fourth? BBC. Ha. Fuckin’. Ha.

One of the reasons I launched was to have an independent channel that couldn’t very easily be closed or stolen by the system.

Around summer 2020, I was very viral on Facebook, getting 10’s of millions of views a month, and I was leveraging this by offering the Facebook ‘Supporter’ programme as an upgrade to my free content, to access premium content. Content to help you start and scale a business, and make, manage and multiply more money. Premium events, online masterclasses, and so on. It was all going very well, with many 1,000s of members.

Until it wasn’t, when almost overnight, my lives and Facebook content dropped 90% plus. The algorithm wouldn’t even show my paid for content to my paying customers. Perhaps this was an algorithm change, a shadow ban, they don’t want to push lives anymore, or another reason?. This pissed me off. So I did two things:

1. I built, and ensured I controlled the reach, the payments and the platform. We have exceeded 10,000 members.

2. I went on Clubhouse, ranted about my diminished reach on Facebook (8+ years invested and 300,000 plus followers no less), and built my first few thousand members on a social media platform with initially better reach.

Of course, Clubhouse then changed their algorithm, and so the dance continues. I went back to Facebook and started testing reels, and so far have managed to build up the reach again.

Maximising Your Reach on Social Media

Here’s what I have learned over the years about maximising your reach on social media:

1. When 3 people you respect tell you about a new social media platform, immediately set up an account and start testing. Be honest, did you miss the epic rise at the start of Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Clubhouse, etc? Let that never again be the case.

2. Expect your content to be viral, or loved by the algorithm, for a very short period of time.
Therefore test as many platforms as you can, and test new types of posts and content on existing channels you use, even while it seems to be going well.

3. See all your posts and content as a test. Therefore there is no failure, only feedback. There are no mistakes, only lessons.

4. Follow big creators/influencers. Do not copy them, but add your own twist on what works and find your style over time. Start with me.

5. Build your own platform, like Feel free to copy what I do on, putting your own spin and niche over my structure, leverage the years I’ve invested. If you directly copy me, quote me/give me the credit, tag me in and you have my permission. If you would like to be introduced to my lawyer, rip me off haha.

6. Embrace the new channels and creator tools and test them. NFTs. Creator coins. Tokens. Gifts. Subscription tools. Ever changing. Fast moving.

Strategic & Leveraged Thinking

You could say that this is simply long-term thinking versus short-term thinking. I think it is much deeper than that. It’s more strategic and leveraged. It’s what creates attraction over repulsion and pull rather than push. Imagine if like a mind map or a heads up display you could physically see the connections you were making, or breaking, and your positive, money-magnetic reputation and brand going viral through the six degrees network. Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not there.

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Written by Rob Moore

Written by Rob Moore

Rob Moore; host of "Disruptors” & a ‘disruptive' Entreprenuer:

He disrupted the property investing world, with over 1,350 property rental units managed/owned/sold
Became a millionaire by age 31
He disrupted the business world with public 3x longest speech world records
Disrupted books by being a best-selling author of 19 books on money, business & investing
14 companies &multiple 7 & 8 figure businesses
He disrupted the influencer world with his global podcast, Disruptors, with over 1,000 episodes & a community of over 3 million followers across all platforms

Rob's mission: to help as many people on the planet get better financial knowledge and help YOU make, manage and multiply more money through multiple streams of income


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