Karsten Nice, thanks for sharing. I do get the point that this will probably wow people as it seems to solve all problems ... but I don't think it does, because from my understanding corruption is kind of a built-in characteristic of our monetary system. If you really understand how it is made, and that getting some money for yourself not only takes it away from others, but through interest makes numerous others fight each other for their portion, then being corrupt is just perfectly conforming to the rules of the game. Therefore, I don't think prohibiting corruption does any better than we have now. However, getting power back into the hands of the people instead of politicians and lobbyists is certainly a good thing to pursue.