Full Schedule

9.00
Opening


11.00 AM

Ztohoven (CZ) Ztohoven (CZ)

Decentralization of Power

Art Collective Ztohoven, creator of Paralelní polis, introduces it's newest project "Decentralization of Power" following last year presented action (replacement of presidential flag on Prague Caslte by red underpants). What happened with the original presidential flag? How is it connected to bitcoin? How we used bitcoin's blockchain as an artwork's certificate system? Members of Ztohoven will talk about all of this a more.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

12.00 PM

MakersLab MakersLab

3D scanning

Come to our 3D printing laboratory, MakersLab, equipped with 3D printers and scanners. We will make you a digital 3D scan of your head that you can share with your friends or print on a 3D printer :-)

MakersLab

12.00 PM

Peter Hroššo (CZ) Peter Hroššo (CZ)

Steemit (description+economy)

Steem is a blockchain-based social media platform where users can earn crypto-currency by posting and voting for articles. Behind this blogging platform there is a whole economic system including internal exchange and in the future also a marketplace. The reward system enables financing contributions even beyond the Steem platform - e.g. other open source projects, or generally any work which is valued by voters. One of the projects enabled by Steem is the AI Squat which is a blend of a community and a startup aimed at the research of Artificial Intelligence.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

12.00 PM

Pavol Luptak (SK) Pavol Luptak (SK)

How governments push forward the security of cryptomarkets

"The first popular cryptomarket (Silk Road) was of course unique, but relatively simple - a single server with no decentralization, no multi-sig or anonymous cryptocurrency support. The goal of the presentation is to show that government financial dictatorship leads to significant improvement of cryptomarket security. Police and government agency raids were the main reason all cryptomarkets had to improve their overall security to survive and keep their business running. A new generation of cryptomarket uses multi-sig to prevent governments from seizing it's users deposits by utilizing integrated webmail PGP clients, I2P anonymization networks in addition to ""the government well-known"" Tor. They are fully decentralized (e.g. Axis Mundi, Bitmarkets, Shadow Markets), and therefore practically impossible to shut down by government agencies.The new anonymous, untraceable cryptocurrencies (e,g, monero, zcash) are ready for cryptomarket adoption with no possibility of revealing transaction history. The weakest point - cryptocurrency exchanges that governments can regulate and shut down can be reinforced by the use of decentralized crypto exchanges (e.g. bitsquare)."

Slevarna

13.00 PM

Kevin Flanagan Coombes (IE) Kevin Flanagan Coombes (IE)

Ancient Irish Anarchy

For thousands of years Ireland lived under a native set of laws and customs, known today as the Brehon Law. During this time, Ireland was ‘stateless’, there was no central authority making laws, issuing decrees or collecting taxes, there were no police force or prisons, and judges did not have the authority to enforce their decisions. But still, at this time, Ireland was seen to be a great centre for advanced learning, the arts, and spirituality, so much so that it earned the title: Insular Sanctorum et Doctorum – the Island of Saints and Scholars; not a bad title for what was in effect ‘anarchy’. In this discussion Kevin will be making the case that principles of anarchy have been tried, there are historical examples that worked, and there are valuable lessons for today's world to be learned from the past.

Slevarna

13.00 PM

Lasha Antadze (UA) Lasha Antadze (UA)

Future of GovTech 4.0

Talk will review the current trends of blockchain (distributed ledger technology) use in Gov. Highlight the problems and myth associated with them. Will review the Ukraine as a perfect blockchain community and ground for experiments, present my project of Decentralised Auction 3.0 for state property privatisation and lease.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

14.00 PM

Jonathan Dawson (DE) Jonathan Dawson (DE)

Is Small Still Beautiful?

Are the open source, digital commons enabling the kind of radically decentralised and democratic society foreseen by pioneering ecological economist, E.F. Schumacher, author of Small is Beautiful.

Slevarna

14.00 PM

Peter Šurda (SK) Peter Šurda (SK)

How not to be anonymous with Bitmessage

During my time with Bitmessage I encountered many cases of Bitmessage users unintentionally disclosing their identity. This affected my understanding of the concept and plans for the future. The lessons learned can be applied to other situations where anonymity is important.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

15.00 PM

Lee Winmouth (GB) Lee Winmouth (GB)

Free education will save Humanity

What do homo sapiens and Alligators have in common? They both need proteins. What is the difference? The Alligator can wait for weeks until his potential food walks by. Humans can’t wait that long without being into heavy thoughts about the world and feeling a deep craving to explore and to learn. Sience and it’s eudcation is part of our nature. But the centralized, planned education kills curiosity and the initiative of one’s one. Disruptive education is the future.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

15.00 PM

Smuggler (--) Smuggler (--)

How to organize a stateless world: RuleScaping

Ideas on a legal protocol for multiple political entities co-existing in the same territory / pan-anarchist legal protocol.

Slevarna

16.00 PM

Anna Riedl (AT) Anna Riedl (AT)

Impact thinking

How to apply science and rational thinking to determine the most effective ways to improve the world, reduce suffering and save lives. What are basic psychological and philosophical assumptions of effective altruism, what (mental) tools can we use to make better decisions about our time and money when helping others and what are stories of people (and organizations) who use them.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

16.00 PM

Joerg Platzer (DE) Joerg Platzer (DE)

A negative blocksize for an honest digital money - the last talk about blocksize you will ever need to make up your mind.

A negative blocksize for an honest digital money: Bitcoin – like gold – is a money as honest as a money can be. Decentralization is key to that honesty and decentralization demands us to aim for a negative blocksize, not a bigger one. Here's why.

Slevarna

16.00 PM

MakersLab MakersLab

3D printing basics

Join Makerslab's innovative 3D printing workshop and learn how to turn those designs you’ve imagined into physical things. We'll teach you how to print step-by-step from 3D model acquisition/creation throughout the whole process of materialization of your ideas.

MakersLab

17.00 PM

Amin Rafiee (AU) Amin Rafiee (AU)

Bio-Hacking -- Empower The Mind

I have been experimenting with Purely Cold Showers, Meditation, No Fab, Raw diets and have been a Vegetarian for nearly 5 years. I would like to shed some light on some important lessons i have learnt along the way to keeping your mind and body fit. Inspired by Wim Hof, i set myself the goal of swimming in the canals of Utrecht, a small city in the Nederlands by the winter time. The changes, challenges and experiences along the way have taught me many valuable lessons. I hope to inspire you towards a better state of mind.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

17.00 PM

Juraj Karpiš (SK) Juraj Karpiš (SK)

Bad Money

Why did the banking sector fail – lessons from the last crises. Big state needs bad money to thrive. Why the euro is poised to fail. Waiting for the inflation. The Keynesian dead end. Reforms? Not probable. What are the alternatives? Practical implications.

Slevarna

18.00 PM

Amanda B. Johnson (US - via Skype) Amanda B. Johnson (US - via Skype)

Can Any Blockchain-Based Network Remain Decentralized? A Study of Incentives

Though it has many downsides, centralization has one thing going for it: efficiency. Centralized systems are frequently able to save it time and costs due to their structure, which makes them difficult to compete with. It also makes it difficult for networks to remain decentralized, when it's just so tempting for them to slip into a top-down command model. How does Dash -- a decentralized currency network -- hope to combat this trend? We think it starts with proper individual incentives, and ends with proper architectured governance. Here's how we do it, and why so many are trying to copy us.

Paper Hub

19.00 PM

Vít Jedlička (CZ) Vít Jedlička (CZ)

Liberland mobile app

Liberland mobile app allows Liberland E-residents to fully enjoy benefits of global Free market. Combining the features of UBER, Fiver, airbnb and eBay anybody can offer their service based on their GPS location or adress Free of charge. Full integration with Facebook and LinkedIn and support of bitcoin makes it very easy to start doing business in free Liberland legal environment. Liberland E-residents build up their reputation by paying voluntary taxes to Liberland. They get Liberland merits in return which they can later exchange for full Liberland citizenship.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

20.00 PM

Vít Jedlička (CZ) Vít Jedlička (CZ)

This No Mans Land of Mine movie screening

In the spring of 2015, a Czech politician, entrepreneur and an anarcho-capitalist Vit Jedlicka declared his own state, The Free Republic of Liberland, on the coast of the Danube river. The film follows the self-proclaimed president as he tries to conquer the newly claimed swamp and turn it into a new Hong Kong where everyone is free to register their offshore company.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

9.00
Opening


08.00 AM

Frank Braun (DE) Frank Braun (DE)

Confessions of a Cryptoanarchist

Explains why Cryptoanarchy is not enough and we need autonomous physical and social structures. Predicts that the state is not going to collapse and shows why the future will be uncomfortable.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

09.00 AM

Julio Alejandro (MX - via Skype) Julio Alejandro (MX - via Skype)

Liberating Technologies - Blockchain and decentralization

What is Blockchain, Ethereum, Cryptocurrency tokens, and other financial technologies (Fintech) applications?

Paper Hub

09.00 AM

Adam Kaleb Ernest (US) Adam Kaleb Ernest (US)

The Future of Voting: End-To-End Verifiable Blockchain-Based Voting Software

We are living in a new paradigm of what is technologically possible. With the advent of blockchain technology, we now have the tools we need to build end-to-end verifiable blockchain-based voting systems capable of hosting verified elections and polls of all types. We have a rare opportunity to leverage this technology to root out corruption within our respective societies. Adam will be talking about Follow My Vote's efforts to build grassroots movements around the world in support adopting secure online voting technology that will bring honesty and transparency to elections worldwide. He will also be discuss how this same technology could be leveraged to support the establishment of voluntary societies around the globe. His talk will end with a live demonstration of the software his company has developed to date.

Slevarna

09.00 AM

MakersLab MakersLab

3D printing basics

Join Makerslab's innovative 3D printing workshop and learn how to turn those designs you’ve imagined into physical things. We'll teach you how to print step-by-step from 3D model acquisition/creation throughout the whole process of materialization of your ideas.

MakersLab

10.00 AM

Francisco Grau (CL) Francisco Grau (CL)

Setting up a farmers’ market with values of sustainability and well being

Setting up a farmers’ market with values of sustainability and well being The talk will tell the story of how a grassroots group of committed enthusiasts were able to dream, plan and execute a breakthrough alternative to the dominant food system. A disruptive approach to bring values of sustainability and well being to a market. Emphasising in the power of dreaming, miracles, hacking and celebration.

Slevarna

10.00 AM

Danny Gasteiger (CH) Danny Gasteiger (CH)

Lucas Betshart (CH) Lucas Betshart (CH)

Switzerland’s Direct Democracy as the Foundation for the Crypto Ecosystem

In their talk, Danny and Lucas will present an overview about the Swiss direct democratic setup incl. a real life example of the ballots of September 2016 followed by an introduction to the vibrant Swiss crypto ecosystem in the Greater Zurich Area and beyond.

Paper Hub

11.00 AM

Juraj Bednár (SK) Juraj Bednár (SK)

Liberty is a DIY project

In previous years I had a talk about why I think Liberty is a DIY project - that it's a personal responsibility of each and every one of us. Then I had two presentations about hacking the biology of our bodies and brain. This talk is continuation of all this work - how does liberty tie to our health, mental and physical performance? What are some of the best hacks to be more free, improve your brain and bodily function?

Slevarna

11.00 AM

MakersLab MakersLab

BTC badge 3D printing

Desktop 3D printing is becoming very popular and you can be part of it. Join our session where we’ll show you how to make your BTC badge on a 3D printer.

MakersLab

12.00 PM

Peng! Collective (DE) Peng! Collective (DE)

Intel exit

The Peng! Collective uses art, performance and hacking techniques to create culture jamming interventions from sexist-hunting bots on Twitter to the impersonation of corporations. Their recent work has focused on surveillance and the secret services, an issue which has failed to become a mainstream concern for civil society. In this presentation they will share their projects Intelexit and Call-A-Spy which attempt to dismantle the asymmetrical relationship between citizen and state agencies and provide an entry point to engage with the people working in the shadows of democracies.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

12.00 PM

Paul Rosenberg (US) Paul Rosenberg (US)

How To Evolve and Hack Your Soul

Humans are generally more evolved than their conduct would indicate, due to enforced behaviors. In addition, there are simple evolutionary steps that lie just before us - steps that we can take quickly, once we see them. This presentation will cover all this and more, ending with the topic of "How to hack your soul."

Slevarna

13.00 PM

Andreas Antonopoulos (US) Andreas Antonopoulos (US)

Thoughts on the Future of Money

Andreas always comes up with his talk only a few hours in advance. Thus we are looking forward to his talk as a small surprise. We will specify as soon as we can.

Slevarna

15.00 PM

Timothy C.May (US - via Skype) Timothy C.May (US - via Skype)

Thirty Years of Crypto Anarchy

I will be reflecting on thirty years of crypto anarchy, my name for the version of a kind of anarchy where cryptographic tools provide the means for an un-coerced network of voluntary transactions.Many of the expected technologies have been realized: widespread encryption, anonymous remailers like TOR, file-sharing tools like BitTorrent. And most notably, Bitcoin and Blockchain-based systems. Ethereum for smart contracts and autonomous organizations.The prospects are bright.

Slevarna

15.00 PM

MakersLab MakersLab

Fashion.STL in La Fabrika (Congress attendees only)

Eternal inspiration comes from what we keep an eye on, human, its beauty, curves... And on the other side, the eternal dissatisfaction, comes from constant effort to modify this body. You can see work of entrenched fashion designers and students, who want to create fashion with new technology of 3D printing. Nine teams will show their unique 3D printed fahion accesories. #bodyconstruction

Studio

16.00 PM

Yuval Orr (IL) Yuval Orr (IL)

Down the Deep Dark Web screening

A Gonzo-style exploration that goes beyond everything you thought you knew about the dangers, and promise, of the Darknet. Hackers, Cypherpunks and crypto-anarchists guide us ever deeper down this rabbit hole, uncovering the hidden light at the bottom of the deep, dark web. Trailer: http://www.downthedeepdarkweb.com/trailer.html

Slevarna

16.00 PM

Simon Menner (DE) Simon Menner (DE)

What does Big Brother see, while he is watching? Trying to understand surveillance through images

Over the course of three years, I was able to research at the archive left by East Germany’s notorious secret police Stasi in search of the visual memories of Big Brother. What I did find gives us an unfiltered glimpse at a highly advanced security system from the inside. Even though this material is 30 years old, it still reveals the state of mind that drives the people who govern these organizations and who decide who might be seen as an enemy of the state.

Paper Hub

17.00 PM

Petr Rokusek (CZ) Petr Rokusek (CZ)

Peer to Peer electricity supply - chance for blockchain

We want to help people reach selfsufficiency and change the current energy system,so that people who want to share their own resources with others, can finally do so. Lets share our progress and vision of future.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

17.00 PM

MakersLab MakersLab

Fashion STL 3D Print Fashion Show (public)

Eternal inspiration comes from what we keep an eye on, man, his beauty, curves. Conversely eternal dissatisfaction stemming from ongoing efforts to modify the body. The preparations for this year's fashion.stl already operates a total of 9 teams. We'll see how the work of established fashion designers and students who are interested in forming a new technology using 3D printing. Fashion.stl has organizational support Czech Fashion Council and technical support Makers Lab.

Studio

18.00 PM

Teemu Ropponen (FI) Teemu Ropponen (FI)

Henri Malkki (FI) Henri Malkki (FI)

Utrahack presentation

Ultrahack aka “million euro hackathon” is an enormous international co-creation community and a continuous contest to search for new disruptive and exciting tech unicorns and initiatives. Ultrahack provides meaningful challenges, an exciting suite of technologies, tech, design and business mentoring and links promising projects to accelerators, potential customer and investors to create lasting impact. Unlike other hackathons, Ultrahack features over 1 million euros in investments to best teams, in addition to 100+ keur in prize. In our session, contestants (teams or individuals) are screened and some teams are given travel grants. Come pitch your revolutionary idea!

Paper Hub

19.00 PM

Juraj Bednár (SK) Juraj Bednár (SK)

Decentralization, anti-fragility, risk of ruin and asymetries

In this talk we'll look at structural properties of decentralization from Taleb-ian point of view. Why don't the apparent benefits of centralization offset the risk of ruin? Why we should aim for decentralization in government but be careful what we wish for? What are the common asymetries between state and its citizens? Are there worse than information asymetries in the market? Why are monocultures dangerous?

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

20.00 PM

Stick (SK) Stick (SK)

Quo Vadis Hardware Security Tokens?

Short history of hardware security tokens. Look at the currentstate of the art options and possible future development.

Paper Hub

9.00
Opening


07.00 AM

Conreality Team Conreality Team

Consensus Reality

Consensus Reality (aka Conreality) is a live-action augmented-reality, tactical wargame platform currently in an early development phase. If AR, drones, and milsim scenarios sound up your alley, join us for a preview of breaking new ground in open-source software.

Slevarna

08.00 AM

MakersLab MakersLab

Chocolate moulding

Join our 3D moulding workshop where we’ll show you how you can mould your chocolate cookies using 3D printed designs and silicon moulds. How about creating your own chocolate bitcoin? There will be two molding sessions.

MakersLab

08.00 AM

Přemysl Bosák (CZ) Přemysl Bosák (CZ)

Spontaneous order in law origination. How should creation of rules which really help look like. Dispute mediation project.

It is a widely held belief that law and order could not exist in a society without the authoritarian institutions of the state; that governments and law develop together. But is it true?

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

08.00 AM

MakersLab MakersLab

Chocolate 3D printing

Yes, you can print chocolate on a 3D printer! MakersLab will presenting their design of chocolate 3D printer - Willy Wonka. Let’s print some chocolate!

MakersLab

08.00 AM

Manfred Karrer (AT) Manfred Karrer (AT)

Bitsquare - The decentralized bitcoin exchange

This presentation will cover the questions why a decentralized Bitcoin exchange is needed and how to build it. It will focus on the political and conceptual aspects and will give an overview about the concept and the software. Finally it will explore further possible utilizations of the blockchain technology like DAOs (Decentralized autonomous organizations).

Slevarna

09.00 AM

Amin Rafiee (AU) Amin Rafiee (AU)

Decentralization - The Saga Continues

We have now witnessed many emerging decentralized technologies and projects, from BITNATION to Storj and beyond. Some, such as DAO nearly fell through due to limited knowledge on the field, which in turn led many to gain a much better understanding of the issues that can be experienced and other important factors that can and hopefully will lead to a better overall design and security. I would like to compare our historical path involving technologies such as the car, electricity and so forth and the patterns of human behaviour and adoption rates. I believe we are on the path of some significant changes in the next few years and Bitcoin and its blockchain technology has set the scene for this change. Furthermore, i would like to raise some awareness of other communities that are gaining strength, such as meshing communities and off-the-grid co-working and co-living spaces that are emerging in countries such as Spain and Nederlands. Lastly, i would like to share my experience from participating in the EU Commision event titled "Blockchains for Social Good" - https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/blockchains-social-good.

Paper Hub

09.00 AM

Pamela Morgan (US) Pamela Morgan (US)

Project DAMN- decentralizing law

We have a global, borderless communication and transaction platform. We have global, borderless money. Why not a global, borderless justice system An opt-in justice system. The Decentralized Arbitration and Mediation Network is a project launched by Pamela Morgan to research and develop a system of smart contracts and legal structures for borderless, global and voluntary commercial contracts and dispute resolution. In this talk, Pamela Morgan will present the motivation behind DAMN and an overview of arbitration, mediation and other dispute resolution mechanisms and how they can be used in conjuction with smart contracts and open blockchains.

Slevarna

09.30 AM

MakersLab MakersLab

Chocolate moulding

Join our 3D moulding workshop where we’ll show you how you can mould your chocolate cookies using 3D printed designs and silicon moulds. How about creating your own chocolate bitcoin? There will be two molding sessions.

MakersLab

10.00 AM

Jamie Bartlet (UK) Jamie Bartlet (UK)

Doing journalism about the dark net

Jamie is the author of the book The Dark Net, based on front-line reporting from underground internet subcultures, and writes about the subject for mainstream media outlets. He will explain how research these areas, and the ethical and legal challenges it entails. He will reflect on how the mainstream media understands and writes about the subjects of privacy, internet security, and online anonymity.

Slevarna

10.00 AM

Aaron Koenig (DE) Aaron Koenig (DE)

Captain Drakins' Bitcoin Show

Captain Drakins' Bitcoin Show is a new animated series that explains Bitcoin and all things crypto in an easily understandable and entertaining way. Its host is the lucky dragon and pirate Captain Drakins, assisted by Nick, the Parrat, a genetical crossing between a rat and a parrot. Aaron Koenig from the production company Bitfilm.com will provide you with a look behind the scenes

Paper Hub

11.00 AM

Sam Patterson (US) Sam Patterson (US)

OpenBazaar: Free Trade Through Decentralized Commerce

Existing commerce online is centralized by a handful of companies who monitor data, censor trade, and use tightly controlled payment systems. OpenBazaar is an open source software project which creates a decentralized network for trade, using Bitcoin. Because Openazaar removes the middleman, there are no fees, there is no censorship, and there is no mass collection of data. This talk explains the project's history, how it works technically, and how future changes will further enhance decentralization and censorship-resistance.

Slevarna

11.00 AM

Katherine Oktober Matthews (US) Katherine Oktober Matthews (US)

Photography, Art and Data

Photography is now one of the biggest data sets in world, with more of it being produced than humans alone can possibly view or process. This mass-production serves as inspiration for many art photographers to look beyond snapping a shutter. We will look at the work of contemporary art photographers who are using data, algorithms, software and hardware to create projects that challenge the medium, technology, and society.

Paper Hub

11.00 AM

Matej Michalko (SK) Matej Michalko (SK)

Crossing the Chasm of Blockchain Technologies

Blockchain Technologies are in their early stage. They still have a couple of years before their adoption by mainstream markets. I will describe how to get to mainstream markets on real world decentralised applications and autonomous organisations. DECENT: Blockchain Content Distribution Platform that recently raised 5400+ BTC enabling authors to sell their content (e-books, music, games, videos, software and more) with no middleman fees and manipulation will be introduced.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

12.00 PM

Frank Braun (DE) Frank Braun (DE)

Vít Jedlička (CZ) Vít Jedlička (CZ)

Lasha Antadze (UA) Lasha Antadze (UA)

What are the different ways how to achieve freedom?

What are the different ways how to achieve freedom in today's world? Does it mean reforming already existing institutions using modern technology? Or does it mean setting up your own free state or the road to freedom deserves even more radical measures, like bypassing the whole state-centric system altogether? Moderated by Dominik Stroukal from Mises Institute Czech Republic.

Paper Hub

12.00 PM

Justin Drake (UK) Justin Drake (UK)

Building on OpenBazaar

OpenBazaar is an open-innovation decentralised protocol for trade. Unlike proprietary marketplaces like eBay or AirBnb it presents many opportunities for entrepreneurs to build upon. Justin will give an overview of the fledging OpenBazaar ecosystem, focusing on the opportunities and challenges for entrepreneurs.

Slevarna

12.00 PM

Philip Saunders (IE) Philip Saunders (IE)

Free the Web, Free the World

Discussion of moving the internet from HTTP to IPFS and some of the issues with the recent move to hand control of ICANN from the US to the UN. It will introduce Nebulis, an alternative DNS system on the Ethereum blockchain using IPFS.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

12.00 PM

Adam Jech (CZ) Adam Jech (CZ)

Weapon printing

As 3D printers came to tables in usual households, a question about possibility of creating weapons arises. We will show you what is and what isn´t possible to create on your 3D printer and what is the statement of Czech legal system.

MakersLab

13.00 PM

Tomáš Šebek (CZ) Tomáš Šebek (CZ)

Doctors Without Borders - association, executive & field work

How we drive ourselves and apply for neutrality, impartiality and independency in daily routines of field work

Paper Hub

13.00 PM

Martijn Wismeijer (NL) Martijn Wismeijer (NL)

Beyond the blockchain

Bitcoin and blockchain are all the rage nowadays but what is really needed to make this new technology work and usable in day-to-day life?

Slevarna

13.30 PM

Pavel Gruber (CZ) Pavel Gruber (CZ)

Decentralized Doctors Without Borders

Decentralized MSF – set up, how does it work and why, followed by practical advantages and disadvantages of decentralized organization.

Paper Hub

14.00 PM

Smuggler (--) Smuggler (--)

Agorism vs Parallel Systems

Gives an overview of the various strategies for more liberty, and which one(s) are preferable. Revolutionary counter-economics (agorism) vs parallel systems and temporary autonomous zones.

Institute of Cryptoanarchy

14.00 PM

Felix Weis (LU) Felix Weis (LU)

Real Virtuality Blockchain: A real round-the-world trip using the virtual currency bitcoin

Real Virtuality Blockchain: A real round-the-world trip using the virtual currency bitcoin

Slevarna

15.00 PM

Ztohoven (CZ) Ztohoven (CZ)

Closing

Closing - Two years after

Slevarna
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