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Disputec allows people interested in collaborating or resolving disputes to gather personal or community agreements through confidential, limited, purposeful and positive communication. The communication in Disputec is done by using short claims articulated in a binary format of yes/no questions.

Resolving disputes:

Disputec’s binary communications help resolve disputes and conflicts by enabling the parties to agree on the dispute, map it and dismantle the gaps between the parties, reduce and refine the disputes. Each side can express their views on a regular basis, which does not allow for deterioration and escalation.

Autonomous management of communities:

Disputec’s binary communications help communities and groups gather members and conduct completely autonomously, with or without elected leadership, in a way that allows each group member to present their position in a specific and concise manner. All other members of the group can vote on these positions as a sign of agreement or disagreement.

In this way, the process makes it possible to map the real interests of the group and solve the representative problem that is typical of the traditional structure of community conduct, where the leader acts according to their own interest and not according to the interest of the group.

System rules

  • First rule

    Each party to the conversation can raise short positions/arguments/questions (up to 144 characters per argument).

  • Second rule

    Other participants in the conversation can only answer:

    • Yes: As a sign of consent
    • No: To disagree
    • Skip: If the question is not specific or the party is not interested in addressing it

    There is no limit to the number of claims that can be raised.

Who is the system for?

Who is the system for?

  1. Parties to a dispute or conflict - for the purpose of resolving any type of dispute and to any extent. Disputes can be resolved through Disputec at home, at work, and in the office, even before disputes become conflicts. The system is also suitable for use as a cheap and effective alternative to conducting legal proceedings; therefore lawyers, mediators and arbitrators can also use it, and allow their clients to resolve a dispute in a shorter time.

  2. A community or group of people who wish to establish and manage a framework for cheap and available association that allows for joint activity and autonomous decision-making based on the opinion of the majority of the group members. The system is suitable for the establishment and management of communities in the field of interest or knowledge, which seek to advance the group’s affairs by consent. For example: workers’ organizations, house committees, parent groups, student classes, work groups, parties and the like.

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