The economical state of our stock markets and our social and political reality are strongly intertwined, yet there is little human action included. Most decisions are made by automated complex systems and algorithms, which are merely striving for profit, while neglecting the consequences of their operations. Whoever owns the necessary technologies, forms the market.
But what if weequipd individuals with easy to understand tools that would allow them to trade and cooperate on the stock market, not for profit but for social change? Collectively accumulating the necessary shares to influence big companies and their decisions on the public.