how cryptoeconomics will disrupt supply chains and logistics. What if you could trust: 1. Hyperledger 2. Supply chain visibility 3. Sustainable development 4. Collaboration platforms Zooming out, longer term • Pressure on brands and industries to be ready for transparency • An opportunity to program sustainability governance into the economy
others) to the Hyperledger Foundation (part of the Linux foundation). A bundle of permissioned blockchains and related tools - high performance out of the box (~5k TPS). Planned for introduction by RSPO for tracking of sustainable palm oil prodution Hyperledger
provenance of food and drinks supply chain. Case studies include the Coop Origin Trail A project to tackle trust within fragmented supply chain using decentralised graph databases and their own protocol, network and application layers to enable trusted data exchange. Supply chain visibility
owned mesh networking to the developing world. This is an example not only of supporting sustainability through access to the web but to empowering communities to plan and acquire their own infrastructure. Sustainable development
oversimplify the reality of electricity production and consumption. “Miners are securing access to highly competitive sources of electricity, often ones that would otherwise lie idle” Bendiksen, C. and Gibbons, S., 2018, The Bitcoin Mining Network - Trends, Marginal Creation Cost, Electricity Consumption & Sources, https://s3-eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/assets.coinshares.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/06140515/MiningWhitepaperFinal.pdf Electricity consumption Dcent.tech @dcentagency
world, where affordable energy is created and consumed by anyone, anywhere.” We Power ”WePower fuels renewable energy production by enabling developers to raise capital by selling their energy production upfront in the form of tradable Smart Energy Contracts.” PowerLedger “Power Ledger is the world leading peer-to-peer marketplace for renewable energy.” Energy projects Dcent.tech @dcentagency
program sustainability into their internal economy through smart contracts 2. New platforms for collaborations with multi-faceted stakeholders 3. The ability to be transparent with customers to help make brand trust as valuable as possible Cryptoeconomics For individuals 1. Ability to collaborate en-masse in meaningful economic ways with other individuals 2. Ability to assess supply chains against personal values 3. Increased loyalty and trust to brands that align with beliefs
their economics, and rally a community...to flourish in a way that was previously impossible.” Fred Ehrsam (co-founder of Coinbase), Value of the Token Model “an infinity of subcultures...now blossoms on the Internet — vegans, body modifiers, CrossFitters, Wiccans, DIYers...Millions of people are finding their true peers in the cloud.” Balaji Srinivasan (founder of 21.co) Software is Reorganizing the World Combine these insights and we can imagine a world in which the granularity and transparency of blockchain data gives economic power to very specific communities. https://www.neverstopmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CMO-Primer-For-The-Blockchain-World-NSM.pdf Purpose Marketing Dcent.tech @dcentagency
(Rakuten already has) • Everything that can be Tokenized will be Tokenized • Shift towards purpose, authentic value creation, community curation and experience • Instantaneous migration between service providers • Browsers will help manage your online budget • The role of oracles (to provide data for smart contracts) will lead to the growth of importance of trusted authoritative data sources Trends - my take
the free HyperLedger course: https://www.edx.org/course/blockchain-business-introduction-linuxfoundationx-lfs171x • Put some time into reading and learning about blockchain, CCs and DLTs • Consider how use cases you’re interested in • Think about how a token economy could align with triple bottom line economics • Book a free briefing with me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org What should you do now if you're interested in this talk?
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