Posts By: Barbara Dubbeldam
Blog Report MoneyLab #6: Monetizing the Social
Written by Marvin Landwehr Moderating the closing session „Monetizing the social – socializing money“ co-organizer Carolin Gerlitz closed the arch of MoneyLab#6 by picking up questions from the opening session of how the social is being monetized. She made us keen for the coming presentations including, the advent of new intermediaries, the relative centrality of [...]
Blog Report MoneyLab #6: Aesthetics of Financial Flows
by Magdalena Goetz The “Aesthetics of Financial Flows” was the overarching topic of the second session of MoneyLab #6 featuring talks by RYBN.ORG; Chris Anderson, Angeles Briones and Michele Mauri; Vienne Chan and Giulia dal Maso; and C-2, moderated by Patricia de Vries. The presentations focused on various visualization practices of financial flows following questions [...]
Emanuele Braga: Infrastructures for Future Ecosystems
Emanuele Braga: Infrastructures for Future EcosystemsScenarios and Visions based on Experimentations in Alternative Economies: The Case of CommonCoin, FairCoin, and Bank of the Commons.
Program MoneyLab #6 Siegen 7-8 March 2019
MoneyLab #6 Infrastructures of Money - 7-8 March, Siegen (Germany). You can find the full program and practical information here: http://networkcultures.org/moneylab-6/.
Call for Contributions MoneyLab #6 Infrastructures of Money
Call for contributionsSiegen (Germany), 7-8 March 2019 The spectacle of the cryptocurrency is over and has given way to the banality of the blockchain. Anxious to fall behind and worried about “disruption” and “not being digital enough” banks, lawyers, start-ups, governments, NGOs, are all too eager to adopt blockchain technologies. What is valued and what [...]
Documentation of Flying Money online
In May 2018 the Institute of Network Cultures co-organized the Flying Money Conference together with the city of Amsterdam. This European conference had a unique nature and scope. It brought people together from a wide range of backgrounds – civil servants, scientists, engineers, journalists, artists, bankers and entrepreneurs – to discuss topics related to the [...]