On the 23rd of April, Molecule is hosting a focused session with some of the leading minds in the Curation Markets thought development space. The aim of this event is to foster a roundtable discussion that pushes forward positive developments with the technology while exploring new avenues of the topic in depth. This event provides an open space to hear about new ideas from the audience and other projects that are making use of Curation Markets.
Speakers & Line Up:
18h00 - Arrival and welcome drinks
18h20 - Introduction to Curation Markets in Cape Town
18h30 - Fireside chats lead by:
Paul Kohlhaas from Molecule
Griff Green from Giveth
19h30 - Networking and drinks
"Why do we care about curation markets? What do they hope to accomplish?"
At their core, they enable coordinated collaboration - the ability to earn value from what we co-create by utilizing the collective knowledge and resources of the commons effectively.
Subsets of curation markets include TCRs and curved bonding and their uses can range from meme spotting to funding cutting-edge pharmaceutical research.
Curation markets were presented as an early concept in 2016 but really started gaining traction in 2017 among researchers, token engineers, and developers. The Curation Markets Gitter, started by Simon, has become an open-source online platform for us to connect and to discuss ideas. And, we have set up this call to take that a step further and build up the curation markets community!
The goal is to enable faster growth of new and emerging concepts through collaboration. This is a community-initiated effort aimed at bringing together the broader global group of curation market enthusiasts in-person and in an independent setting.