What do Napoleon, the Rothschilds and the Duke of Wellington have to do with CIT industry? In their historical-social debate “Cash, book money, cryptocurrencies and the digital euro“ on money in the digital age in the book "Praxisbeispiele der Digitalisierung" (Practical Examples of Digitalisation) published by Springer Gabler Verlag, the co-authors Jochen Werne and Johannes Winter use historical examples to show the interconnectedness of various actors in the cycle of our money today.
WE live in one of the most fascinating times the planet has ever seen. A time when, due to enormous technological progress, we humans have the opportunity to improve the lives of so many in our society without sacrificing our own well-being.
TOGETHER we can create a better society. We should never forget that bringing people from different cultures and backgrounds together, discussing and reflecting on each other’s point of view already creates understanding and is the basis forward-thinking solutions. It’s also something that anyone of us can easily do. It is a path of peoples’ diplomacy. In times of great change, which automatically create uncertainty, it helps to provide participants in today’s discussions with historical and technological understanding and analogies in order to find better solutions for all possible consequences of new inventions on our society.
BALANCE. As a sailor with a strong passion for our oceans I have the firm conviction that the human race and nature must exist in balance. In order to maintain balance, it is important to be aware of possible imbalances. In order to generate the right attention, passionate scientists and passionate communicators are needed who address the general public with the important topics. With the support of the public and the possibilities of technology and diplomacy, people have repeatedly found creative solutions to the most difficult situations they have experienced in history.
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