Fundamental differences between Dhana and the other currencies






Central banks

DHURA (effort)

Issuing value

No real value

Value capital par to 1 gram of platinum (999/1000) per 1 Dhana

outstanding monetary mass

Constantly increasing due to the effect of the increase of the public debts and of the interests loans bear

100 Dhana for each person aged at least 16 plus the 5% for humanitarian initiatives

Purchase power

Diminishing constantly due to the effect of the outstanding monetary mass increase

Increasing constantly due to the maximum issue limit of 100 Dhana each plus the 5%

Acceptance as payment

Compulsory due to legal tender (forced circulation)


Diffusion and owning

Concentrated in Banks and a few others (the 1% of us owns more than the 50% of the total)

Originally in equal parts, then depending on the effectively spent work


Banknotes are guaranteed from the 3 to 15% by gold and other real valuables, bank money only by the credits its issued for

The 100% by the nominal value of capitals with a real value higher than the nominal one


On deposits and loans: the difference between the interests bared by the loans and the interests on the deposits is the banks yield

No interests on deposits and loans: availabilities in ready money can be converted in dividend–bearing bonds


Less than 5% in real economy, the rest in virtual finance

100% in real economy