SORA Agreeculture - from produce to consumption
From produce to consumption

SORA Agreeculture is our agreement-based system for the production, harvest, and exchange of agricultural products.

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Division of labour and efficiency for agriculture

"A popular odium attends the wheat trade in years of scarcity. It makes people of character and fortune averse to enter into it. The wheat trade is abandoned to an inferior set of dealers. The only middlemen that come between the grower and the consumer are the millers, bakers, mealmen, and meal factors, together with wretched hucksters."
Wealth of Nations Book 4: Digression on the corn trade

Connected to SORA Match, SORA Trade, and SORA Ship

SORA Agreeculture is the foundation of our implementation of Adam Smith's free trade system. SORA Match matches agricultural buyers and sellers from Agreeculture, SORA Trade facilitates imports and exports, and SORA Ship facilitates the shipping service.

Future contracts are non-transferable, reducing the possibility of speculation and commodity crises. Profits are instead sourced from the efficiency of transactions, encouraging users to integrate more tightly than in the commercial system. This tight integration will also allow its members to trade in kind, making the system resilient to financial crisis and recesssions which we predict will happen in the near future as The Great Stagflation.

The economic table implemented

In 1758, the Physiocrats invented the economic table which traced the supply chain in order to create a cohesive economic system to rival that of the money-based Commercial (mercantile) system. The Commercial system won and became Economics and e-commerce. Our system brings back the Physiocrats' ideas through apps in order to compete with the modern mercantile system which creates trade wars and environmental destruction just as it did in the 18th century


Economic table


Resource extraction processes for a smartphone
Resource processing processes
Resource trading processes
SORAnomic Table

"The third greatest invention of our time is the Economic Tableā€

Riqueti, Philosophie Rurale 1763
Unlad Saka