SEED2019 – Scientific Ecosystem Experimentation with Decentralization

peter.suber's bookmarks 2018-12-06


"Cutting-edge decentralized technologies and distributed ledgers such as blockchain have great potential for incentivizing collaboration and openness in science, providing new ways of funding research projects, and empowering the scientific community to be appropriately rewarded for their work. SEED welcomes anyone involved in the scientific ecosystem to our program. Join talks and contribute with your own innovative thinking to specific applications. You do not need to be a blockchain expert — we will provide high-quality training during the event in Davos to bring you up to speed!"


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12/06/2018, 13:09

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12/06/2018, 08:09