The change proposed seems radical and significant. In the past, this would be considered as a revolution. A revolution usually implied that some groups of people gain remarkable new privileges, while other groups of people lose power or benefits.
This is another reason why we wish to emphasize that C-Economy is not a revolution, in spite of that it introduces a radical change.
Who would benefit from the C-Economy?
It must be designed for everyone to benefit. There should be no losers. Nothing really should change drastically on the day of the economy switch, as outlined in chapter “Transition.”
Some professions, like money broker, an accountant, business lawyer, and similar will disappear, but people will not suffer since they can still lead a normal life while figuring out the next chapter of their biography, not to mention that they will have a lot of time to think about it before the switch to the new economy. Their contribution index will start high because they had higher than average salary. Their CI will start slowly going down until they get involved in other projects of their choice. It will not introduce a problem for them since all the regular resources will still be available to them for a long time. Most of them will enjoy a prolonged vacation and may even never get back to any big project to work on.
Lazy people may be glad to get a chance to vacation long time. However, as their CI goes down, they will find themselves less and less respected, and less and less involved. It should not be a happy feeling, which should encourage them to wake up and to start doing something, or they will eventually die out doing nothing.
The new educational system, which will be in force long before the switch should set people mind in a right way to accept what is happening to them without producing bad feelings or any kind of fear.
The idea is to make sure that absolutely nobody suffers because of the switch to the new economy.