RE: Suggestion: Remove "non-fiat money" from the draft Web Payments IC Charter

+1 to remove non-fiat

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From: Stephane Boyera []
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 2:28 AM
To: Manu Sporny; Joseph Potvin; Melvin Carvalho
Cc: public-webpaymentsigcharter; Web Payments CG
Subject: Re: Suggestion: Remove "non-fiat money" from the draft Web Payments IC Charter

Hi Manu, Joseph, All

Given that there seems to be a consensus on removing non-fiat. I'm happy to proceed. The easiest, at a first glance, is to just remove the term and not open another can of worms by adding a new term. I believe that the idea is very well conveyed and I feel we don't need to go further.
I implemented this change (removing the problematic term).

Le 09/09/2014 03:28, Manu Sporny a écrit :
> On 09/01/2014 12:30 PM, Joseph Potvin wrote:
>> RE: Doesn’t fiat imply government?
>> If what's intended in that section of the Charter is to say
>> "stateless currencies", then some variant of this phrase would be
>> better. But would "Berkshares" that (I think) involve a regional
>> government and some municipalites in Massachussetts be inside our
>> outside that concept?

> +1 to removing non-fiat.
> Perhaps changing it to "private currencies"?

> -- manu

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