The resources and products transfer system is founded on the barter of mutual surplus. Appropriate agencies, or consortiums, provide to acquire goods from the producers and offer them directly to the solvable demand, receiving other goods as payment. Barter can also be realised with multilateral relationships, like in the simple case in which A sells goods to B that sells them to C that then satisfies with goods that B sells to D, which pays with the currency that B pours to A.

The working of the system depends on the efficiency and diffusion of its organisation. Two phases are distinguished: the development of relationships and commercial transactions. The first phase is concluded with a convention, between producer and intermediary, which settles down the amount of goods to sell in a definite period (three years), the price, the payment way, the beginning of the deliveries. The second phase has for object the transfer of goods and their payment.

In order to begin the management of this system a society with a sufficiently high registered stock, has been already founded time a go to guarantee the solvency also for transactions of substantial value.