Growing Social Architecture
For the fourth of our Tools for the Future series, well be focusing on the socio-economic side of the Blockchain. Were very pleased to welcome two* superb thought leaders in the field; Daniel Hassan from Robin Hood Coop and Jessi Baker from Provenance.*
Johann Barbie, CTO, Provenance will present with Jessi.
Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start
Provenance uses open data and blockchain tech to enable supply chain transparency & trust.Robin Hood Coop is an activist hedge fund using financial tech to democratise finance & generate new economic space.
Jessi is a designer, technologist and the founder of provenance.org (www.provenance.org). Provenance facilitates the use of cutting edge digital technologies to make supply chains more transparent. Jessi has worked with many brands on technology strategy including Adidas, The Four Seasons, The Guggenheim Museum, Will.I.Am, British Airways and Louis Vuitton.She tweets @jessibaker
Daniel is an engineer with Robin Hood Minor Asset Management Cooperative (www.robinhoodcoop.org), an activist hedge fund that uses financial technologies to democratise finance, expand financial inclusion and generate new economic spaces. Through analysis of big data, development of algorithms, and deployment of web-based technologies such as blockchains Robin Hood aims to compose new financial instruments that can help to redistribute common wealth among groups committed to political, economic and social change. In his collaboration with Robin Hood he recently co-founded the Member Market, a service built on blockchain allowing members of Robin Hood to trade shares, bringing liquidity and easy auditing to the co-operative system. He tweets as @dan_mi_sun