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TokenEconomies: Academia and Practitioners Cross-Pollination for a New Field

TEGG 2019 was the first iteration of bringing together academia and blockchain practitioners - in this meetup we’ll take the next step. Join us for an inspiring discussion on the following questions: - Blockchain tokens and academia - a complicated relationship? - Beyond economics: Scientific fields to look at for token engineering - Re-thinking our economies: a chance for research and applied side - Cross-pollination: Encouraging and enabling collaboration The speakers: 1. Wassim Alsindi Wassim is Managing Editor at Cryptoeconomic Systems journal and member of the MIT Digital Currency Initiative. He’s just back from the Cryptoeconomic Systems Summit, a brand new conference series to crystallise a scholarly ecosystem for this field (Oct 5-6, https://cryptoresearch.pubpub.org/). Being the organizer, he’ll share his views and upcoming activities in 2020. Prior to joining the DCI, Wassim conducted and managed academic research in the physical sciences, curated avant-garde arts events, and published open-source experimental electronic music. Twitter: @parallelind 2. Anish Mohammed Anish is an accomplished multi disciplinarian who has worked as medical doctor, bioinformatician, strategy consultant and cryptographer. He has spent half his career researching cryptographic algorithms and protocols at three different research groups. He has also worked as a strategy consultant for Accenture and Capgemini and advices various start ups including Adjoint, Arteia, Ripple Labs, Hyperloop Transport Technologies and Chain of Things. Just lately, he started pretopia.fm, a podcast show with @insideNiMA on „the delicate balance between existential opportunities & risks“ of new technologies. Twitter: @anishmohammed 3. Kris Paruch Kris curated the research track at TEGG 2019, his profile comprises all the essential building blocks of cryptoeconomics. He laid his academic fundament as an MSc in technical-economic Mathematics at the University of Technology in Vienna. With five years working experience in banking and software integration he understands the financial and regulatory background at the intersection of real-world and cryptocurrency economics. His focus at the Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics at WU Vienna is the development of standards for token engineering, creation of network design and incentive mechanism structures and valuation and modelling of cryptoassets. Twitter: @paruch1 4. Akseli Virtanen Akseli is a co-founder of Economic Space Agency (http://ecsa.io), soon to release its economic white paper Protocols for Cryptoeconomic Networks, a Peer-to-Peer Value Creation System. He is a political economist (PhD Aalto University), currently based at Stanford University, where he is working with his team to create an economic grammar for post-capitalist economic expression. Some of his recent takes on rethinking the "economic" component of cryptoeconomics: https://medium.com/econaut. Twitter: @econaut6 5. Michael Zargham Michael holds a PhD in systems engineering from the University of Pennsylvania where he studied optimization and control of decentralized networks. His earliest work on peer-to-peer effects in business decision making was developing algorithms to reverse engineer the word of mouth effect in enterprise software licensing decisions in 2005. He has also worked on the mathematical specifications of blockchain enabled software systems with a focus on observability and controllability of the information state of the networks. Most recently, he founded BlockScience, an engineering, research, and analytics firm focused on design and analysis of complex networks. Twitter: @mZargham ++++++++++++++++++++++++ Please note: The event will take place in Berlin but you can also join via video call. We’ll share the Zoom link shortly before the meetup.

Token Engineering Meetup #21

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Token Engineering is one of the most interesting challenges of our time. In our meetups we'll explore new cryptoeconomic building blocks, methods to formulate and validate cryptoeconomic systems and the role of a token engineer in blockchain projects. Agenda and RSVP will be published around 2 weeks in advance.

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💙 TokenEngineering Meetups? Let's make content available for everyone! Donate 👉 https://etherscan.io/address/0x8a79889c80e0e0ae07151acdc4537ffbace553f1 THANK YOU! ----- Dear friends, in February the 10th TokenEngineering meetup took place in Berlin! It’s great there’s such a lively community around this entirely new engineering discipline. It’s great to have you as our members! We’ll continue hosting events - and there’s a lot more we’re planning for 2019. First and foremost we want to provide content for all our members. 45% of our community members are not located in Berlin. In order to create content accessible everywhere, everytime we will record our lectures and publish them at the Token Engineering YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/tokenengineering Our most recent session with Incentivai.co/Piotr Grudzien has been watched almost 300 times in 2 weeks! ***************************************************************** To cover production costs we’ll need 9000 EUR in 2019 - and your support. ***************************************************************** Token engineering is non-commercial, so we will get eight sponsors on board, and the nineth 1K is on you: if you think that TokenEngineering is relevant and you want to support our work, please donate! If just 25% of our group members will give 0,05 ETH, we are fine! ***************************************************************** https://etherscan.io/address/0x8a79889c80e0e0ae07151acdc4537ffbace553f1 Any amount welcome! In December we'll look back at 2019 and celebrate our joint achievement! You’ll be able to track progress here, or on Twitter https://twitter.com/tokengineering Subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/tokenengineering or take a look at reading materials at our wiki http://tokenengineering.net/ See you soon at one of our events! Cheers, Angela

Token Engineering Meetup #23

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Token Engineering is one of the most interesting challenges of our time. In our meetups we'll explore new cryptoeconomic building blocks, methods to formulate and validate cryptoeconomic systems and the role of a token engineer in blockchain projects. Agenda and RSVP will be published around 2 weeks in advance.

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