Alex Gladstein of Human Rights Foundation discusses the future of governance, internet and money, and the role of anti-authoritarian technologies in that future
Podcasts and videos about the blockchain from the Future Thinkers by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova
Pia Mancini, a political scientist and activist and co-founder of Open Collective and Democracy Earth, talks about upgrading democracy for the age of internet and technology.
David Katz, the founder of The Plastic Bank, talks about turning plastic waste into a currency, alleviating poverty, what it means to have self-sovereignty, and being the creator of your life.
Toni Lane Casserly, the Co-Founder of CoinTelegraph and CULTU.RE, investor, recording artist and the founder of the “immateralism” art movement, talks about cultural and consciousness shifts, how blockchain technology can help advance human rights, and increasing our self sovereignty.
Ramez Naam, computer scientist, futurist and author of five books, including The Nexus trilogy and The Infinite Resource, discusses intersections between blockchain, energy and transport, taking responsibility for the use of technology, and creating a positive future.
Vít Jedlička, a Czech politician, publicist and activist, talks about starting Liberland, the First Decentralized Autonomous Government
Daniel Jeffries on cryptocurrency and designing decentralizaed democracy and identity systems on the blockchain
Jordan Greenhall of Neurohacker Collective talks about building sovereignty in times of chaos, and the importance of feminine power
The blockchain is the technology behind Bitcoin and Ethereum, and there are many ways it can help protect the environment and reverse climate change.
Entrepreneur and investor David Orban from Singularity University talks about new technologies and their impact on entrepreneurship in the 21st century.