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Wednesday 25 May 2022 - Wednesday 25 May 2022
01:00pm - 02:30pm
Online
 
Workshop: Blockchain for Science - a collaborative exploration into science and blockchain technology and how they might help each other innovate
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ODF Sweden Webinar Series
Speakers: Linwood Pendleton - Executive Director Ocean Knowledge Action Network, France, and lead of Moonjelly Academy, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Anna-Marie Swan - Blockchain For Good Alliance core contributor, recently PopcornDAO, UK, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Abstract

Web3.0 is changing how the internet and those who use it are saving and organising data. Specifically, blockchain technology is enabling new ways of coordinating and cooperating on a global level. Chief among these is the DAO - a decentralized autonomous organization that uses blockchain to transparently track and govern community-owned action by encoding decision-making outcomes in smart contracts, ensuring that these community-made decisions are enacted automatically. DAOs allow complete strangers to collaborate without the need to know each other personally; referred to as ‘trustless’ decision-making, smart contracts enable trust to be built between complete strangers because they trust in the code, which is verifiable and transparent.

DAOs are often formed to achieve commonly-agreed goals, including the creation of co-working resources and collective ownership of everything from art to sports teams. New DAOs now allow independent funders to support science projects. 

Can these approaches be harnessed to improve how we collaborate as ocean scientists? Could DAOs - and blockchain technology - change the funding paradigm for science? What are the risks? How could science better inform DAOs and how could DAOs influence science? How can science and scientists engage in the Web3 world? These are some of the questions we’ll explore.

The Ocean KAN, the Blockchain for Good Alliance, and Moonjelly Academy invite you to this 90 minute interactive “co-design” session to learn about blockchain technology and DAOs and identify key questions that need to be addressed to understand whether sustainability scientists can be - or should be - part of the Web3.0 transformation.

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