Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize information storage and trade across industries. But building effective blockchain organizations requires the proper design of economic systems and governance. So how should blockchain projects go about designing their ecosystems? Classic principles of economics is a good place to start.
In this month's meetup, Dr. Stephanie Hurder, Partner and Founding Economist at Prysm Group, will discuss how economics can help blockchain organizations — from dApps to protocols — build effective institutions that deliver on their mission and strategy.
*Stay tuned for the announcement of this month's featured project!
Doors open 6:30pm
Presentations and Q&A: 7:00-8:30
Spaces fill up fast, so sign up soon to secure your spot!
Sponsored by ObEN, Innovate Pasadena, Cross Campus, and Counsel for Creators LLP!
Stephanie Hurder, PhD is Partner and Founding Economist of Prysm Group, where she advises blockchain organizations on economic design and governance. Stephanie was previously a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, where she advised Fortune 50 corporations and global NGOs on organizational design and effectiveness.
Stephanie has held research positions at MIT, Microsoft Research, and Merrill Lynch, and given invited seminars to faculty at top research universities across the country. She holds a PhD in Business Economics, an AM in Economics, and an AB in Mathematics from Harvard University.