• Linking outside the Box: A Blockchain-enabled Decentralized Social Network - Fabian Kirstein, Manuel Polzhofer (FraunhoferFOKUS), Eugeniu Rusu (Jolocom)
• Introduction to Cryptoeconomics - Vitalik Buterin
• Decentralised, Direct Democracy & Multidimensional Monetary System - Juan Vargas
The Pukika Experiment is proposing the use of blockchain to govern self-sufficient cities of up to 3 million inhabitants. The model works without political parties or politicians, and instead divides the city in 15 independent sectors. In addition to the national currency, Pukika uses four local digital currencies tied to the human and natural resources found in the ecosystem.
Free drinks, good company, and the latest news and updates about Ethereum right from the developers. Coding questions, questions about crypto-law, and general curiosity about Ethereum's capabilities are all welcome and encouraged!
Who is this for?
The event is mainly targeted at developers, but there is of course also time for general discussion about Ethereum.
To find out more about how Ethereum works, consult the whitepapers, or go to the website ethereum.org
The videos from devcon1 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUARih8_f68&list=PLJqWcTqh_zKHQUFX4IaVjWjfT2tbS4NVk), devcon2 (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaM7G4Llrb7xqzgOwbvNv63_KM7VH84Rd) and the videos of previous meetups (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaM7G4Llrb7wPiT2G75tj2JQr8qg6P5hi) might also be of interest.