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Setting up a Holon server enables you to create a community and bring different viewpoints to ultimately strengthen the Zero Theft Movement. While the setup process might get a bit technical, we have broken it down into easy-to-follow steps so anyone who wishes to launch a Holon can.
WHAT IS A HOLON?
Holon originates from the Greek word holos (“whole”), and is defined as something that simultaneously functions as a part of the whole as well as the whole itself. We use the term to refer to the interpretive groups or communities that, all together, constitute the Zero Theft Movement. You can look through our Holons, created and run by fellow users, and join those that best represent your views on the rigged economy.
Hosting Server Options
To create a Holon, you need to sign up with a hosting server. Many options exist, but we have provided some great options below.
Whatever hosting server you choose, you need to specifically look for Linux hosting. You will be creating an Ubuntu server, so make sure you have that and Nginx downloaded before you start this process.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to set up a Holon using DigitalOcean. While DigitalOcean’s a stellar option, we encourage you to use whatever service suits you best. We have published separate Holon setup guides for those of you already using Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud. We also have many more alternatives listed below.
If you have decided to proceed with DigitalOcean, please skip to the instructions.
The Zero Theft Movement does not have any interest in partisan politics/competition or attacking/defending one side. We seek to eradicate theft from the U.S economy. In other words, how the wealthy and powerful rig the system to steal money from us, the everyday citizen. We need to collectively fight against crony capitalism in order for us to all profit from an ethical economy.
Terms like ‘steal,’ ‘theft,’ and ‘crime’ will frequently appear throughout the book. Zero Theft will NOT adhere strictly to the legal definitions of these terms (since congress sells out). We have broadly and openly defined terms like ‘steal’ and ‘theft’ to refer to the rigged economy and other debated unethical acts that can cause citizens to lose out on money they deserve to keep.