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Credit Unions in Webtransfer

Credit unions in Webtransfer represent dynamic networks of partner organizations that create joint liquidity pools for mutual loan financing. These unions span various countries, regions, and cities, and can also be formed around common interests, providing not only financial support to their members but also fostering the development of local economic initiatives through decentralized management and collective lending.

Credit unions are created, owned, and managed by their members, which may include both informal groups by agreement and legal entities, typically non-profit organizations. The exemption from corporate income tax on the revenues of legally registered non-profit credit unions is a significant advantage. This facilitates a more effective redistribution of resources within the union and provides additional incentives for the development and expansion of the union members’ credit opportunities.

Legal entities within credit unions may issue debit and credit cards for their members. These cards can support both fiat and cryptocurrency funds, providing union members with a convenient and flexible tool for managing their finances.

Additionally, credit unions can be organized in the form of a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization), which offers further benefits such as the automation of management and operations, reduction in operational costs, and increased transparency in decision-making. A DAO operates based on blockchain smart contracts, ensuring a reliable and tamper-proof management system where each action or change in structure requires majority participant approval.

Participation in Credit Unions

Those wishing to join an existing credit union or to create a new association can start with active unions in their region or area of interest. This provides a first step towards actively influencing community economic development and gaining support from like-minded individuals.

Advancing Deep Decentralization

Webtransfer is moving towards complete autonomy and self-organization, highlighting the absence of centralized managerial roles, such as directors or managers. The platform serves merely as a foundation for credit operations, where each participant or structure is free to independently create websites and companies while still maintaining a connection with the extensive credit network. This ensures network integration based on cooperation and mutual aid, promoting growth and community development.

This model of decentralization allows each participant to be an initiator of change, fostering the democratization of financial interactions and strengthening financial stability through collective efforts.

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