Capitalism rules almost 100% of the world we live in. Minecraft rules 100% the world WE live in. Those are very bold statements that rarely can be denied. But in the other hand, the relationship between minecraft servers and capitalism is not only this two statements, and it goes far apart from minecraft servers handling their economy based on the capitalist model.The true relationship is that Minecraft servers handle their whole business and game model based on the capitalist socio-economy model.If you ask yourself, most of the minecraft servers either keep evolving every day and providing new experiences to their users or just go with a single model that never changes and eventually becomes boring or ends up with a high rotation on the user base, which if I'm not wrong IS happening here as a fact, I say that because of all those "bye bye" threads and status posts and forums. Well, call it convenience or maybe tradition, that's what happens right here at EMC. Don't get me wrong, I love this server, I know in fact that awesome projects can be carried on right here and I'll continue to support you guys for some more time, but because I love you I tell you what you might wanna change in order to be better (that's what you do with friends, right?)In order to put you in context, I'll tell you some about a server I was visiting yesterday with some friends. I won't say the name so that you don't consider this advertising, but let's say it was a decent server. It had what most people nowadays likes on EMC: Lots of wild area to be discovered and conquered, it also had economy, exp grinders, groups (factions actually) and some other similarities to EMC. The only difference is that it had PVP. But it not only had PVP, admins got to the task of creating different arena maps with prizes, different structures and even a board of the best at the time (streak killers). Now, I won't say that I will stay on that server or that I want to leave this one, both servers are different, but you know in which one I had more fun for a little amount of time? Well, I guess that shaving sheeps and grinding exp is not as fun as having the leaderboard on a killstreak board and compete in a fun way with your friend (that was right at my side in my house).So that's where the capitalism goes into place. As the only final objective for a human is to be happy, the task that capitalism plants to itself is make people happy (with stuff) so that this people can work and provide stuff that makes other people happy. This doesn't work 100% but it has proven to us that is the best way to go, in our society.So I believe we should move on, evolve into a model that is constantly changing and looking for other radical ways to make people happy. Not only because this is supposed to be entertaining, also because happy people love to use their wallet to get some more of that.I hope I can get with this to Aikar, Maxarias and all the staff, I've got some great ideas for this server and this business model that could help you thrive (even more) in minecraft. I win my life by providing solutions to companies, from small 10 person companies to multi-nationals that want the best marketing possible to sell more and be better. All this accomplished with my creative and development team and with, obviously, my lead. So if I get a 20 minutes voice chat with you guys, I could give and explain not only ideas, projects, developments and business model changes that would not only help you grow as a business, but also help me (and every other EMC member) get what everyone wants the most when off work/school: A great minecraft server to play with friends. Please, let me know if this is possible.