Swiss cryptocurrencies are no longer an utopia, much more so shortly. Related projects and start-ups focusing on them are forming. A national project via the National Bank could be successfully launched worldwide alongside the Swiss franc.
Security and Swiss Finish could set new standards and surpass Bitcoin or Ethereum, in addition to a consistent focus on ecological factors.
The Swiss franc has been successful for more than a hundred years. A Swiss cryptocurrency is evident and promising, and its advantages would be based on legal security and ecological guidelines according to Swiss standards and corresponding legislation.
Thus, the Swiss franc and the “Swiss Bitcoin“could successfully set new standards for the coming decades. Especially in times of crisis, the Swiss currency, CHF, could remain stable and reliable, position itself as a nation and actively implement leading standards.
Of course, international proceedings could be announced because such a project could trigger ill will. Therefore, in addition to the usual auditing bodies, as in the economy, additional and independent auditing bodies would have to be involved. Auditing and external control would be a prerequisite. They would promote trust and create corresponding market advantages. The success of banks and every company is based on trust and reliability.
Diligence and innovation lead to success in a challenging competitive environment. One can distinguish oneself and exclude problems and optimise systems decisively with a sustainable strategy of permanent control—a long-term time-saving method for a good market presence.
Focusing on what is feasible occasionally leads to an idea that seems “from another star” but makes the difference. In the USA, this is called a “game changer”.
The best currencies have a solid economic basis, which should be as diverse and varied as possible. VAT tax increases do not bring more social security or tax revenues in the medium term. Better economic boosters would be VAT cuts. Basic incomes would counteract the shortage of skilled workers, create added value, increase employees’ flexibility and risk-taking, and promptly promote young people’s talents.
The economy should serve pensioners but be as attractive as possible for future generations. The ageing within society in many countries is evident. Large sections of the management are already of retirement age. So is a large number of the active electorate. This is reflected in voting behaviour and promotes less dynamism and prosperity.
More sustainable and dynamic leadership requires an active and thinking electorate. No one can change the world single-handedly. Digitalisation can lead to more participation. More people could get involved in an inspiring way with relatively simple means. Let’s go.
So it’s a matter of further strengthening strengths such as security and legal, ethical, and reliable relations: Minimise risks and energy consumption with knowledge, work and diverse control.