Today, we’ve reached the limit of our society’s growth due to extreme levels of complexity, which is why it is time to move from top-down siloed structures to more neuro-distributed systems that foster cooperation among individuals.
In the search for new business and social collective structures, Holochain has appeared as an open-source framework for building fully distributed, peer-to-peer applications, promising new forms of governance and collaboration in supply chain, social networks and social media, and the emergence of new relationship economies with sharing Economy, social communities, and platform co-ops apps just to name a few.
What To Expect
At the end of this interactive workshop, you'll become the artist of the invisible, a phrase coined by Alan Kaplan. You'll have the opportunity to brainstorm in small groups on new emerging business models for a new economy and an evolving society.
Part 1: How Does Holochain Work?
Ledgers, Blockchain, Holochain
How Holochain Can Manifest
Let’s build relationships in break-out rooms
Part 2: Challenging What We learned
What is Economics?
How is Money created?
Where Does our Economy Come From?
Part 3: Exploring Wealth
- How Do We Experience Wealth?
- Making The Invisible Visible
- Part 4: Let’s Imagine: Brainstorming in break-out rooms to explore four possible future frameworks: growth, collapse, discipline and transformation.
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What Participants Said
"Thanks so much for being a driving force behind this event. It was very helpful for me. Highly recommend!" D.W
"It was a really encouraging workshop; I loved hearing the richness of imagination people brought with them. Gave me faith in our capacity to build the world we want together. " B.N
"This was a great presentation on holochain." J.C
"Great opportunity to learn what this progressive and regenerative technology can offer us to solve some of our pressing problems." R.B
"Thank you for a fascinating insight into Holochain. I really appreciated the various voices you brought together and I loved the idea of a fun quiz to make a workshop interactive." A. S