New Economy Infrastructure for Philanthropy and Social Good

The RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub and Blockchain Philanthropy Foundation is hosting a full day conference on Blockchains and Philanthropy. The objective is to explore new blockchain technology and how it provides new economic infrastructure and business models for the charity and philanthropy sector.

The event will cover topics such as Blockchain 101, Crypto Altruism and Social Impact, Blockchain and Public Finance, Blockchain Application in organisations.

Click here for the program.

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3 Responses to New Economy Infrastructure for Philanthropy and Social Good

  1. Nato

    This is my first exposure to the phrase Crypto Altruism. How very Matthew 6:2

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    Mr Integrity (Buffet) and his appendage Charles Munger-el on digital currencies:

    “I regard the whole business as anti-social, stupid, immoral.”

    When questioned on the ‘immorality’ of bitcoin, Mr Munger hit back, “suppose you could make a lot of money trading freshly harvested baby brains. Would you do it?

    “To me bitcoin is almost as bad.

    “I regard the whole thing as a combination of dementia and immorality. I think the people pushing it are a disgrace.”

    Similarly visceral criticism was seconded this weekend by Mr Munger’s partner who told CNBC that Bitcoin is “probably rat poison squared”.

    Remember, these guys can run a tonne of different businesses well, but failed every time they controlled a bank.

  3. Fat Tony

    How well can this blockchain stuff run without electricity in the Caliphate of Australiastan?

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