As Buckminster Fuller said: You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
Are you interested in blockchain-like technology? Do you want the infrastructure resilience of becoming decentralized? Do you wonder, given how broken things are, if there is a viable plan to replace it with something better? Are you curious about how new possibilities in our technology create new social contracts or vice versa?
Come and join us Wednesday 20th 6-9pm at the Institute for the Future, IFTF 201 Hamilton Avenue, Palo Alto [map] to learn about and discuss Ceptr, a building block for creating a semantic, mashable, fully decentralized internet. Sounds more thrivable to us! Thank you IFTF for opening your doors for us.
Ceptr is a rebuild of much of the computing stack optimized for decentralized sense-making, computation and composability. This means semantics baked into the lowest levels of memory storage, self-describing protocols which let anything talk with anything else, blockchain-like abilities for decentralized data storage and computation.