What about introducing a concept called ‘Bumponomics’ - whereby people are rewarded based on their contributions to solving high value problems. This isn’t too far from what we have today - although I would argue that capitalism is a skewed variation of this. I think entrepreneurs were traditionally high value problem solvers - but in the current model entrepreneurs appear to be more like predators who are rewarded for exploiting/manipulation situations for their own short term gains. So maybe the answer is to somehow move towards a rewards system based on the problems solved. True entrepreneurs who solve high value problems probably have good reputations - so maybe this already in sync with a reputation based economy already.
Then we would have organisations built around problem solving. Ideally the organisations would only exist until the problem was solved then dissolve to reform around new problems. Again - maybe isn’t too far from what we have now, but in the current situation organisations are encouraged to persist and transform to new situations, and I believe this is a problem itself.
I’m still diving into blockchain based systems - but agree that the implications haven’t yet been appreciated by many, me included.