Due to the high volume of subscribers for the course “Future ain’t what it used to be”, we will put your registration on a waitlist.
If you are not admitted this time, it’s extremely likely we will have another course in 3 months, so please register and we are looking forward to speculate, brainstorm and create new ideas to how to make a transition together in near future!
The future ain’t what it used to be:
Money, currency and control.
Why does it seem that after so much economic growth, our system is so fragile? What are the foundations that money stands on that made it so fragile, and could they be changed? If money is just something we invented, could we invent something different? What would new economic models look like—what should you prepare for—what could you create?
In this 6 week workshop we challenge the conventional wisdom about money and currency. We look into what money really is, the rules of the game, and how the system has become so unsustainable. We investigate cryptocurrency, commons practices, and alternative economic models for a sustainable future.
Although you’ll learn quite a bit, this is not a lecture where we give you answers. Instead, you’ll get a new set of questions to ask and a new set of perspectives from which to ask them. We’ll work as a group to speculate, brainstorm, work in groups, and create new ideas of how to make a transition from what we have to models of economy that better reflect the future we want for ourselves, our children, our communities and our planet.
Each session will be 90-120 minutes and the workshops will be limited to 18 participants.
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- Session 2: Extractive and generative wealth. Ecosystem wealth, spiritual wealth, relationships and wealth.
- Session 3: Ownership and commons. What are the fundamental structures behind the failure to protect natural resources?
- Session 4: Digital money, cryptocurrency and incentives. The power to invent new forms of money and communication.
- Session 5: Alternative forms of accounting. What is the purpose of an economic system? If we changed the purpose, how might we change the accounting methods?
- Session 6: Where do we go from here? Going back to normal, alternatives to normal, the bridge to a new future.
Register by filling out the form. We will send you mail and ask you to have a 15-minute interview to make sure the workshop is a good fit for you.
Our intention is to accept all registrants, but we are committed to creating a psychologically safe space and sparking a creative intellectual journey, so we want to ensure that every registrant is committed to that as well.
30 years in technology and entrepreneurship, 3 years in cryptocurrency and distributed technologies, co-author “So you’ve got a DAO”. Grace has worked with more than 100 cryptocurrency projects and speaks regularly on a variety of topics.
Actor, director, leader and facilitator. Alex has worked worldwide with populations ranging from people with disabilities, prisoners, refugees and villagers in the developing world. Alex uses a variety of techniques to allow people and communities to deal with crises and limitations through understanding their own mental models and upgrading their communications, self-discipline and resilience.