Future Cryptoeconomics

A post from spudz.org

One of the interesting take aways from DevCon4 was the release of Future Cryptoeconomics during the conference.  The magazine had some great articles from Andreas Antonopoulos, Vitalik Buterin, and others. I read it after the conference during my downtimes without internet. The articles, which should be on Medium soon, are required reading for any one in the crypto space.  

Here is the description from the site:

Future Cryptoeconomics are debated and tested in almost real-time, and we have a long way to go in order to achieve ‘cryptoeconomic literacy’ and global adoption of cryptocurrency. Could anxiety  foster mass adoption of cryptocurrencies? The transparency vs. privacy debate, or the shortcomings of fiat, banks and large financial institutions? The first issue seeks not to find answers to speculations, but to identify the questions that are foundational for envisioning next societies.

My favorite articles were the last two printed:

The Advent of Digital Persons which covers the topic of digital personhood in a legal sense.  Imagine a world in which a plot of land can be able to buy and sell the lumber inside in order to expand its footprint further.  Terra0 is just such a thing. These are some of the topics we will need to tackle in the future as things like Plantoids and DAOs come online.

The other article Paralelni Polis which interviews Jan Hubik and the neat place Paralelni Polis that is a coffee shop, co-working space, and crypto lab in Prague.  I did not get a chance to stop by the coffee shop, but plan on it next time I am in town due to the interview alone.

The other articles were also great deep thinkers, and I hope they come out soon online, but in the meantime you can contact RIAT to see if they can get you a copy of the magazine.  I brought a copy home with me just purely for the appendix with all the books and articles referenced.  I should have some great reading coming up ;)

Have fun,



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