Web Coordination Systems:What to do online? How to do it? When to do it? What software? What hardware? What skills or people you need? What target audience? How to make a low cost test drive / investment? The emotions to make decisions?” Those are some of the questions that our web coordination systems (WCS) can help you with. Our expertise will shape you in days! We host service packages as well as learning packs for you to do it yourself (DIY).


LFT is a on/off cloud computing coordination system. It allows the development of “solution seeking process” with less time and technology use/cost. It host a business service and a community service area. LFT stands for “let’s fair trade” because ‘how can we fair trade if we don;t activate it?’

Services (Examples)

It has supported the solution creation for individuals, non for profit groups, business groups and governments. Examples:

  1. Increase export for regions in government plans
  2. Enhance foreign investment community in the third world.
  3. Explore options to pay small farmer’s debts
  4. Fund-raising for community groups
  5. Career development, migration and job creation.

Software as a tool or a jail

With traditional corporate tools, your software is not yours. It is leased and kept away from you in the cloud, with our blockchain implementation your software keeps safe in multi differentiated systems, not only faster but with low risk. With our open and freedom based software, you use the software as a tool, not the other way around. It was designed for individual usage as well as business deployment.


Differentiate markets, test ideas in minutes, grow it as demands requires it, understanding audience to optimize efforts. Streaming applications with flexibility.


Including parts of the following:

  1. Inclusive: from individuals suffering from digital divide (access to technologies) to global business.
  2. Scalable: run the project online, in USB memory Key, etc.
  3. Block-chain data based: decentralized and distributed.
  4. Informatics: validation of effort making information safer.
  5. Systemics: system as a whole using nano or macro techs.
  6. Biocybernetics: integrating different levels of information.
  7. Neural networks: learn to do tasks by considering examples, generally without task-specific programming.
  8. Virtual Reality: simulation of environments from controlled sensory stimuli through informatics.
  9. Alternate economy: using virtual experimental economic labs.

FAQ (frequent asked questions)

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