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The Arts-Economic Nexus
In a recent article on the World Policy Journal, Dette Glashouwer talks about her Money Project which you will be able to find out more about at the MoneyLab conference, where Dette will hold a theatrical performance. Read the article here.
MoneyLab program booklet
The MoneyLab program booklet has arrived, proudly conceived by our designers (VosBrenner.net) and team. Check out the conference program, sessions descriptions and speakers. Then, be sure to book your ticket for the conference.
Alternative currencies become more popular in The Netherlands
Just at the end of last year, the Dutch government was alerting people against trusting alternative currencies such as bitcoin, citing their highly volatile exchange rates and no accountable issuing institution. Apart from the worldwide bitcoin success, local currencies are gaining more and more momentum. In the United Kingdom, London has the Brixton pound. In [...]
Bitcoin Explained (Daniel Forrester & Mark Solomon) – a review
‘Bitcoin Explained – Today’s Complete Guide to Tomorrow’s Currency’ is a quick and easy way to get started on some basic information about what Bitcoin is and how it works. The authors go through several crucial matters which are explained in a familiar way to people who have had some sort of experience with economy [...]
Sign up for a crowdfunding workshop at the MoneyLab event on Friday the 21st of March!
Are you interested in crowdfunding and want to learn more about it so that you can apply the knowledge to your project? Then sign up for a crowdfunding workshop at the MoneyLab conference! Karim Maarek from teach2fish will be teaching you how to create a crowdfunding project and ultimately how to pitch it. Workshops are [...]
Join us for a party right after the conference ends, on the 22nd of March! We’ll be at De Nieuwe Anita, for the Amsterdam BeatClub event. Come to see a live band playing, The Sonic Mondays! Facebook event
International Women’s day on Indiegogo
The 8th of March is the International Women’s day and a national holiday in 35 countries, dating as far back as 1911. Indiegogo decided to celebrate it between March 3-8, by contributing $1 for every $25 raised for every campaign that empowers girls and women. Eligible campaigns can be for individuals as well as non-profit, [...]