Mirroring the world brain
HG Wells predicted the invention of the internet in the 1930s, calling it the "World Brain."
This vision is fully realized today, but corporations and governments still control the signals this brain is able to send to itself.
Until now, the public could only penetrate corporate and government signal tampering in fits and starts, such as the $GME phenomenon.
Ideamarket provides an open channel for the public to signal its values and priorities without the possibility of being ignored, and to reflect upon itself without interference.
This unfiltered collective self-reflection is essential for discourse in an era where profit can be extracted by actively misinterpreting those who seem to disagree with us.