Basic Income Foundation

Welcome to the Basic Income Foundation!

The Basic Income Foundation (BINCOME) is a non-profit organization that promotes the idea of Universal Basic Income (UBI) as a solution to poverty, inequality and unemployment.

UBI is a policy proposal that would provide a regular, unconditional cash payment to all citizens, regardless of their income or employment status.

The goal of BINCOME is to raise awareness about UBI, and to promote its implementation through research, education, and advocacy. The foundation also supports local and international initiatives and experiments with UBI as a pilot program.

The organization’s main activities include gathering and disseminating information about UBI, providing expertise and support to individuals, organizations and governments that are interested in UBI, and conducting research and advocacy to influence policy.


Universal basic income is a policy proposal that would provide every citizen with a regular, unconditional sum of money, in order to meet their basic needs. This idea has gained popularity in recent years as a solution to poverty, inequality, and economic insecurity.

Our mission at the Basic Income Foundation is to educate the public about the benefits of basic income and to advocate for its implementation. We believe that basic income is a necessary step towards a more just and equitable society.

Basic income would provide a safety net for all citizens, regardless of their employment status. It would ensure that everyone has enough money to meet their basic needs, such as food, housing, and healthcare. This would reduce poverty and inequality, and would give people more security and freedom to pursue their goals and dreams.

Basic income would also have a positive impact on the economy. It would stimulate demand, as people would have more money to spend on goods and services. This would create jobs and boost economic growth. Additionally, basic income would reduce the burden on social welfare programs, as people would no longer need to rely on government assistance to meet their basic needs.

We believe that basic income is a practical and achievable solution to the problems facing our society today. Join us in our mission to educate the public and advocate for the implementation of basic income.

Basic income is a concept in which a government or other organization provides a regular, unconditional sum of money to all citizens or residents, regardless of their income or employment status. The idea behind it is to provide a safety net for people to meet their basic needs and reduce poverty.

Some proponents of basic income argue that it could be funded by a government-issued cryptocurrency. This could potentially increase transparency and reduce administrative costs compared to traditional methods of distributing funds.

Basic Income Foundation (BINCOME)



Basic Income Foundation (hereinafter referred to as BINCOME) is a non-profit organization created to help people by accruing Universal Basic Income (UBI).

The assets of BINCOME include funds specially allocated for financing its activities, and from other contributions, including cryptocurrency and fiat assets, as well as movable and immovable property.

BINCOME has one main function: Providing financial assistance to people on terms of perpetuity, irrevocability and gratuitousness.

Participation in BINCOME

Any person who is interested in assisting people – participants of BINCOME, as well as interested in receiving universal basic income, can take part in BINCOME.
A participant may terminate his/her participation in the activities of the foundation at any time.
Any participant, if desired, can promote BINCOME activities at the level of their country, state, province, city, district, etc. Such participants who contribute to the successful development and activities of BINCOME by posting links, posting posts on their social media pages, creating videos, conducting personal communication, performing administrative activities, etc., can receive rewards in the form of special BINC tokens that can be exchanged, transferred or sold to anyone interested.

BINCOME Governing Bodies

  1. BINCOME participants form the BINCOME governing bodies, consisting of the Supervisory Board and the Executive Committee.
  2. The Supervisory Board is formed by voting for the candidates who nominated themselves to BINCOME Board.
  3. The Supervisory Board members elect BINCOME Executive Committee that performs day-to-day activities of the BINCOME related to the accrual of basic income to its participants.

When voting for candidates to the governing bodies, votes are taken into account in proportion to the volume of BINC tokens on the accounts of BINCOME participants. The decision is made by a simple majority of votes.

Powers of the Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is a single permanent executive, administrative and coordinating body of BINCOME.

The Executive Committee organizes the work of BINCOME and takes the following measures to ensure its financial efficiency:

  1. Develops principles for encouraging participants who take an active part in BINCOME activities
  2. Invests surplus funds of BINCOME in order to increase their value in the most efficient way
  3. Ensures the accrual and payment of financial assistance to the BINCOME participants
    Deals with other matters relating to BINCOME management.
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Powers of the Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board is the supreme governing body of BINCOME and has the right to:

  1. Reject any initiative of the Executive Board
  2. Inspect the work of the Executive Board

A member of the Supervisory Board may also be a member of the Executive Committee.

Requirements for candidates to BINCOME Executive and Supervisory Bodies

  1. Active support of other participants, which is confirmed by the presence of at least 10 active junior partners (in both 1st and 2nd lines) in their partners network.
  2. Every candidate to the Executive Committee must hold at least 50,000 BINC of own funds on their accounts, and at least 1,000,000 BINC of own funds in total must be hold on their junior partners’ accounts.
  3. Every candidate to the Supervisory Board must hold at least 100,000 BINC on their accounts, and at least 2,000,000 BINC of own funds in total must be hold on their junior partners’ accounts.
  4. In some cases, by BINCOME participants’ decision, a high active participant might be considered as a candidate, even if they does not have the required BINC amount.

Members of the Executive and Supervisory Boards receive remuneration that directly depends on the financial performance of BINCOME, which, in turn, depends on the effectiveness of BINCOME management bodies activities.

The financial performance is determined by the amount of financial assistance provided in the form of BINC tokens accrued to the participants’ accounts (the more assistance provided, the higher the remuneration of BINCOME governing bodies).

Election Commission

  1. The Election Commission is appointed from among the most active participants of BINCOME by open voting. The Election Commission checks the candidates for eligibility and approves or rejects the nominated candidates.
  2. The Election Commission is an ad-hoc body formed, if necessary, only for electoral periods.

Formal aspects

  1. The Supervisory Board and the Executive Committee take decisions by voting.
  2. At each meeting, the governing body members shall elect the Chairman by a simple majority of votes.
  3. At the first general meeting, a Secretary shall be appointed to formalize the meetings results.
  4. The meeting is competent to make decisions if attended by a qualified majority of the Board or Committee members (75%).
  5. The decision is considered adopted if more than half of those present at the meeting has voted for it.
  6. Any discrepancies in the Principles and Rules relating to BINCOME are subject to interpretation by developing consensus among the Supervisory Board members.

BINCOME has the right to establish structural divisions (representative offices) based on the territorial basis: for countries, states / provinces / provinces, cities, districts, streets, and so on:

  1. Each country, represented by a representative office, elects its national director, as well as heads of representative offices of states, provinces, cities, districts, streets…
  2. Structural unit heads are entitled to remuneration. The size and type of remuneration depend on the performance of the structural unit head activities.
  3. In accordance with clause 2, it shall be proposed to BINCOME Supervisory Board to determine the amount of remuneration and minimum social security packages for BINCOME national representatives.

The remuneration and the minimum social security package for the director of the country level BINCOME representative office may, but not necessarily, include:

a. apartment (rent);
b. car (rent);
c. medical insurance;
d. pension/insurance package.
e. wages in the amount of at least 100% of the average monthly wage in the country of residence (at least 200–1000 US dollars per month, depending on the country).

The funds for remuneration and minimum social package for the representative office director are taken from BINCOME funds based on the amount of an assistance provided in the respective country — the more assistance is provided, the more remuneration and the size of the social package the director of the representative office can count on.

  1. The regional corporate structure (country/province/city/district/street) shall be formed in accordance with the laws and traditions of the countries participating in BINCOME.
  2. Country directors shall be elected by participants of BINCOME in the respective country and approved by BINCOME Supervisory Board.
  3. The representative offices directors determine the structure of the subordinate units in their country, as well as the minimum amount of remuneration for the subordinate executive bodies (at the state-province/city/district/street level).

Only Basic Income Foundation participant can be BINCOME representative office director. Simultaneously, the representative office director shall be one of BINCOME directors, representing and protecting his country’s interests in BINCOME.

What does BINCOME representative office director receive:

In addition to remuneration for their work in BINCOME and a social package, the BINCOME director has the right to receive additional remuneration in the amount of 2% of the basic income amount accrued to all participants based in his country. The reward is paid in BINC tokens.
An annual bonus based on the performance of BINCOME representative office, depending on its actual performance.

Deprivation of powers

  1. Every member of the Supervisory Board is obliged to raise the issue of the deprivation of powers of any Executive Committee or Supervisory Board member, if there are reasonable suspicions that they uses their powers for purely personal purposes, and not in the interests of the members of BINCOME (conflict of interest).
  2. When considering a conflict of interests, BINCOME managing member, whose deprivation is being considered, cannot participate in voting.

This draft rules and principles is not final, all parameters are subject to agreement with interested participants of BINCOME.
The final version is subject to final agreement and approval by BINCOME Supervisory Board after its establishment and the election of BINCOME governing bodies.

BINCOME invites interested companies and individuals to consider any programs for mutually beneficial cooperation: We are interested in attracting new consultants by country and other local territories.

We are grateful to the participants who prepared this draft of the fund’s rules and principles — BIG THANKS!!!

Action Team

Basic Income Foundation (BINCOME)®
8 The Green Suite B, Dover, DE, US

Basic Income Foundation ®
Georgia, Adjara, Batumi, Kldiashvili Street, N 14

Basic Income Foundation (Ukraine)®
Bohdana Khmel’nyts’koho St, 19-21, Kyiv, Ukraine