Proof-of-Concepts, Courses, and Events
Updates on Bikechain, our 3 new course offerings for next year, the Chihuahua Innova conference, and a treasure hunt?
|Ledgerback||Nov 11, 2019|
Hey guys! We finally have some updates on our Proof-of-Concept (PoC) mobility data project, Bikechain.
We are almost done completing the prototype eBike. A couple more parts to add and some tests to be conducted before we can move on to Part 2.
For Part 2, after the prototype eBike is completed, we shall start working on:
Token Engineering: Developing an algorithm for token generation based on eBike data
Trial Runs: Developing and conducting trial runs by operating the prototype eBike
Report Draft: Drafting a first draft of our research report
Images of the Prototype so far
Figure 1. Prototype from the Left
Figure 2. Prototype from the Right.
Community Wireless Network
As progress continues on our research and organizational split, we are coming closer and closer to starting our Community Wireless Network (CWN) PoC in the Las Vegas, Nevada area.
If you are interested in working with us on developing a CWN in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, please send an email to email@example.com.
We plan to offer 3 courses starting this December!
We will be offering three introductory courses this coming end of December:
Introduction to Decentralized and Open Thinking
Introduction to Commons-based Peer Production (CBPP)
Introduction to Platform Cooperativism
The Introduction to Decentralized and Open Thinking course will cover mental models that promote decentralization and openness and how you can apply these models in different scenarios.
The Introduction to Commons-based Peer Production course will introduce the CBPP model and examples, basic primer on the commons, factors that have led to the rise of CBPP, and CBPP in the decentralized and open thinking and systems (DOTS) space.
The Introduction to Platform Cooperativism course will introduce the cooperative organizational model and platform cooperativism, and the transformative potential for platform cooperativism for emerging tech and markets.
The courses start at the end of December 2019 and you can enroll early by completing this Google Form or entering the following link into your address bar: https://forms.gle/Q9FZ8CQQnB487CAq9.
Additionally, the enrollment fee for each course is $10.00, but if you enroll for a course starting in January 2020, your enrollment fee will be discounted to $5.00.
As part of our mission to advance the DOTS space through open access materials, the first hour worth of material of each course shall be freely available to anyone.
If you have any questions about the courses, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ledgerback member Darick Velasco will be sitting on the Agrotech Panel at Chihuahua Innova, an innovation conference in Chihuahua, Mexico, on November 13th.
If you will be attending the event, drop by and say hello to Darick!
Internet Governance Forum
Ledgerback member Jack Smye will be attending the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Berlin, Germany. The IGF is scheduled for November 25th to the 29th.
If you will be attending the event, drop by and say hello to Jack!
Crypto Treasure Hunt
We would also like to receive feedback on if there is any interest from the local blockchain community in Las Vegas, Nevada to work with us on a making a Crypto Treasure Hunt event.
The Crypto Treasure Hunt is just as it sounds, it is a hunt to find and acquire free cryptocurrency through your own efforts.
If you are interested in working with us on hosting a Crypto Treasure Hunt in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, please send an email to email@example.com.