Posts Tagged: moneylab
MoneyLab #7 program booklet now available
Download the full program here. or get your program info here: TIMETABLE SESSIONS — Tickets: Regular tickets: Day ticket 30 euro, passe-partout 60 euro. Students (other then HvA): 50% discount. You can get your tickets here. HvA employees and students can get a free ticket by sending an e-mail (from your HvA e-mail address) to [...]
4 European Travel Support Grants to MoneyLab #7 Outside of Finance
Apply before Monday September 23, 8pm CET.
MoneyLab #6 (Siegen) videos, blog posts, and photos
All videos, blog posts, and photos of MoneyLab #6: Infrastructures of Money are now online: The abstracts for the talks are here. The videos of all the talks are here and linked below. The photos of the conference are here. The blog posts are linked below. Download the program here: MoneyLab #6 Flyer 7 March [...]
Looking for a MoneyLab intern
The Institute of Network Cultures is looking for an intern with production and research skills for the organisation of MoneyLab #7: Feminist Finance and overall project management support of the MoneyLab project.
Blog Report MoneyLab #6: Anthropology of Money
By Tatjana Seitz Social media and other tech giants are in a serious crises for the first time, Geert Lovink pointed out at the kick off of the first session of MoneyLab #6. Dominating revenue models that have been under scrutiny since the first edition of Moneylab in 2014 Coining Alternatives, are proving themselves unsustainable [...]
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: https://networkcultures.org/moneylab-6/.
Call for Contributions: The MoneyLab Reader #2
MONEYLAB The MoneyLab project was launched late 2013 to consider sprouting, alternative digital economics, radical experiments with crypto-currencies, payment systems and revenue models against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic decline. Since then, we’ve organized 3 international symposia, published a Reader and created a crowdfunding toolkit for the arts. Previous contributors to the MoneyLab [...]
Analogy: Between Captchas and Clickworkers
Analogy is an Amsterdam-based consultancy platform applying the strategies of industry leaders to independent publishing. Their aim is remarkably simple, and admirably straightforward in its presentation: “to adopt the strategy of the winner” One of several projects operating out of the PublishingLab (part of the Amsterdam Creative Industries Network), Analogy successfully provide a set of [...]
A Creeping Convergence: Observations on OneCoin and Steemit
On the surface, both OneCoin and Steemit are platforms that promise a lot and deliver very little. Deeper analysis of the differences between the two, however, begins to reveal novel aspects of the communities contributing to these platforms, and grants an insight into the power-dynamics of groups engaging with cryptocurrencies and the first fully-realized “social [...]
Rising up with the living and the dead at the University of the Phoenix convocation
“On the evening of December 1, 2016 the living (not-yet-dead) participants of the Institute for Network Cultures’ Moneylab III and their guests were invited to a very special event: the first convocation celebration hosted by the University of the Phoenix, the top-ranked nomadic for-prophet business school dedicated to training the dead and the not-yet-dead to rise [...]