This is the question that brought me here. After listening to Jacque on youtube and seeing all the buildings he's designed, it dawned on me: How will it be decided who lives in the best spots? Surely some plots of land will be considered better than others and all it will take is a couple guys wanting the same plot and suddenly we'll have the Hatfields and McCoys.
Land is one thing that can't be replicated. We wouldn't fight over a car or guitar or food, but locations. So, in a cashless society, how will people bid against each other for things such as location? Bidding is the only amicable solution because if one is simply chosen above another, then we'll have animosity, vengeance, and need for a police force. There would have to be a fair fight where the loser concedes amicably, "Yes, you beat me fair n square. You can have the location with my blessing."
The next logical stumbling block is that anything unique will cause wars due to scarcity. Art, animals of a particular color/pattern,,, a rock that falls from the sky. I'm sure the list could be in the 1000s.
What is the solution?