That’s great. Thanks Craig.

Local Currencies are currencies that run supplementary to a national currency and are only valid within a smaller geographical region e.g. a city. Their core purpose is to connect those communities and aid them in trading amongst themselves. There are also a range of environmental and social benefits behind them. Check out the for a great example.


Key takeaway is that communities can trade and exchange skills and products without the NZD. I think Local Currencies will have an important role to play as the economy evolves out of COVID.