Key Principles of the GoldMoney Foundation
The key principles of the Foundation are based upon the scholarly framework developed within the Austrian School of Economics, with particular focus on the works of Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard. The Foundation encourages the broadening of this base of knowledge in new and important ways relevant to today's economy.
The Internet and other technological advancements for improved communication, such as mobile telephony, enable human interaction with commerce in ways never before possible. The educational efforts of the Foundation aim to make sound money a central topic as online commerce grows and develops.
A foundational principle of the GoldMoney Foundation is that economically sound and politically honest money encourages and facilitates harmonious interactions among individuals, and therefore is indispensable to each and every society built around a free market and protected by a rule of law that secures the right to private property. To promote such a society is a major aspiration and goal of the GoldMoney Foundation.
Because of the centrality of sound money to a free and prosperous society, educational materials of the highest standard that explain the role and importance of gold and silver as money need to be disseminated as widely as possible, which is the aim of the GoldMoney Foundation