Media coverage of the different debates at the “Reconsidering Blockchain” workshop

Media coverage of the different debates at the “Reconsidering Blockchain” workshop

Introduction

Vicent Puig introduces the different invited speakers of the workshop. Guido Boella introduces the objectives of the CO3 project.

From redistributive urban commons to cosmo-local production commons

Michel Bauwens (P2P Foundation / Smart.coop) speaks about urban commons, also linked to the blockchain: "From redistributive urban commons to cosmo-local production commons".

Big Data and Blockchain

Armen Khatchatourov speaks about Big Data and the Blockchain.

Key concepts summary

Bernard Stiegler sums up the key concepts emerged during the morning presentations linking them to the objectives of the Plaine Commune and CO3 projects.

Presentation of the CO3 Project

Guido Boella (University of Turin) presents the project and the technologies that will be developed and tested on the Plaine Commune territory, within the CO3 project.

The real virtuality panacea

Diego Di Caro speaks about the Blockchain technology and the political and economical potentialities enabled by this ontological breakthrough in the history of writing.

The Regen Network

Will Szal speaks about the Regen Network project (https://www.regen.network/). He proposes a remedy to ecological degradation and climate change, using the Blockchain to create a systemic multi-stakeholder, market-driven solution to facilitate verifiable ecological outcomes, creating a trusted infrastructure for an ecological accounting ledger capable of rewarding ecological regeneration through smart contracts.

Addressing relational work in co-designing collaborative and commons-based ecosystems with the Blockchain

Prof. Vincenzo Giorgino (Un. of Torino) speaks about "Addressing relational work in co-designing collaborative and commons-based ecosystems with distributed ledger technologies".

Blockchain technology: environmental (applications and) implications

Jean-Claude Englebert focuses on the Blockchain technology from an environmental point of view, stressing out the importance of a non-ideological (technophile or technophobie) analysis of this new technology.

Final discussion

Final discussions of the assistant's, different synergies emerge, and also evident collaborations between partners are seen.

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