The next evolutionary step in information and communication Technology

The next evolutionary step in information and communication technology, is a step towards a virtual internet of entities (entities representing everyone and everything from people, organisations, products, services, devices, assets, rules, transactions and so forth).

  • Societal focus
  • Virtual
  • Digital
  • Industrial
  • Agricultural
  • Hunter gatherer
  • Time in years
  • ?
  • 40
  • 400
  • 4 000
  • 40 000
  • Societal context
  • Omnipresent here and now
  • Global
  • Nations
  • Cities and villages
  • Families and tribes
  • Ecosystem
  • Everyone and everything (self-controlled)
  • Global actors and things
  • Many actors and things
  • Few actors and things
  • Very few actors and things
  • Communication technology
  • Interoperable data (entity clouds, DLT, smart contracts)
  • Non-interoperable data (siloed in applications and databases)
  • Non-interoperable data (siloed in applications and databases)
  • Machine-written texts, telephone
  • Hand-written texts
  • Unique numbers
  • UETP / U3ID identifiers Entity identifiers (virtual network)
  • IP addresses Device network identifiers (digital network)
  • E.164 numbers Telephone numbers (telephone network)
  • House numbers (postal network)
  • N/A

About us

FOCAFET is a for-purpose (non-profit) foundation providing open and free to use solutions for everyone and everything.

The organisation is founded on the believes that -most profoundly- we are 'all-one' and that the purpose of evolution is to bring us back into that state of consciousness and being. As such we develop solutions together for each other, as 'the commons'.

There are three areas in particular where we follow this 'All is One' agenda and provide solutions

  • Awareness creation
  • Information and communication
    technlogy solutions
  • Financial-economic solutions

Currently, our information and communication technology solutions are most visible, yet their architecture and designs relate very much to the other agenda items as well.

All is (becoming) One

Awareness creation

Becoming aware of a “larger unifying plan”

  • Evolution
  • Physics
  • Social-economics
  • Communication technology
  • Consciousness

ICT solutions

Omnipresent interconnectivity in the here and now

  • Common identification
  • Common understanding
    / semantics
  • Common registration
  • Common encryption
  • Common governance
    / consensus

Financial-economic solutions

Unifying financial-monetary and economic solutions

  • Formal inclusion
  • Fair data ownership and control
  • Fair market information (distribution)
  • Fair and transparent governance and consensus management
  • Real time settlement finality
  • Limited liability solutions
  • Debt-free finance
  • Sustainable money
  • Systemic conversions

The foundation strictly adheres to non-biased interests of its solutions. Biased earnings models, including personal earnings models can compromise the unbiased state of solutions. As such, the foundation does not pay salaries to its staff (costs related to work such as travel and communication can be compensated). For practical reasons, the foundation is allowed to pay third party service providers for delivering services that benefit the efforts of the foundation. All contributions to work - including financial contributions - are (to be) made unconditionally and voluntarily to the common unbiased benefit.


Our most visible solutions are currenty being developed in the area of information
and communication technology:

UETP Universal Unique Identifier

Common identification

Distributed Entity Naming and Attribute Registration Services

Common registration

Uniform Entity and Transaction Protocol

Common semantics

Our solutions will be published once ready in alpha and beta stages, as we intend to protect the intellectual property of the commons during development phases and work towards the facilitation of common standards. As such, we only develop with parties and people that are truly dedicated and committed to 'the commons' or / and with sufficiently broad communities that have serious (senior) commitments for making
common solutions to the benefit of all.

Working together

We very much welcome everyone who intends to work for the common good.


Individuals with a particular drive to work for the commons can contact people within the FOCAFET community. We are in particular open to work together with experienced professionals such as:

  • metadata and semantic modelers
  • managers and architects of high performance and resilient distributed data and network infrastructures
  • experts in distributed cryptography, cybersecurity and zero knowledge management
  • experts and managers of optical clocks and / or network synchronization and latency
  • translators that translate from English into languages that are globally not widely spoken (typically spoken by less than 1% of total world population)
  • communicators and marketers in order to strengthen our global network and adoption of our solutions
  • assurance providers to virtual solutions
  • developers for real-life application and solution development

For-profit organisations

We encourage for-profit organisations to organise them selves in ecosystems or communities and approach the FOCAFET community as such. Bilateral collaborations with for profit organisations may introduce elevated risks to the development of 'common intellectual property', hence it is not likely that bilateral or trilateral development collaboration initiatives will be entertained with for-profit organisations. Such risks tend to become mitigated once the group of participants is sufficiently large and diverse enough and acts with the intention to solve common challenges.

For-purpose organisations

For-purpose organisations can contact FOCAFET on a bilateral basis and / or within a community context directly to explore opportunities to work together.


The foundation welcomes collaboration with government institutions that want to work for the common good ('common utility'). The common good is distinctively different from solutions that are typically created for the public good within jurisdictional mandates. Not only will the efforts of the institution benefit others outside its own jurisdiction, also others from outside the jurisdiction can contribute to benefits within the jurisdiction. Smaller jurisdictions that may not have sufficient scale or capacity may particularly benefit from intitiaves for the commons.


Contact us

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The Netherlands