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Fin-tech, Digital Identity and E-Government in Brazil

Brazil initiated outreach around a digital government strategy in 2016 with a national strategy for internet of things deployment prepared by McKinsey was made public in 2019. As is the case with many nations pursuing e-government initiatives Covid lockdowns hastened implementation. In 2020 the United Nations E-Government Development Indexgave Brazil a very high rating, one […]

Vaccines, Blockchain and Bio-capitalism

Source of featured image here. Vaccine Markets Pay for success finance deals will be well served by the global vaccine market that is being advanced through Gates’s outfit GAVI.  Vaccine doses are readily quantifiable, and the economic costs of many illnesses are straightforward to calculate. With a few strategic grants awarded to prestigious universities and […]

Is Terrain An “Artificial Society?” – A Response to Jeff Strahl Re Psy-ops

As you all are probably aware, Jason created a digital space with Discourse software and private data storage to run a research group focused on blockchain, debt finance, synthetic-bio and how it is fueling a cybernetic mixed-reality future. This is his project, not mine. It is a small group of members, though anyone is welcome […]

God’s Eye View Part 3 – Civic Tech, the Wisdom of Crowds, and Off-Shore Sandboxes

This is the third part of a series. Part 1 – Mathematical Theories of Life Part 2 – Intuition, Governance Tokens, and Training Kids to Bet Big As I tried to sort out Bayesian theorems, prediction markets, blockchain bets, and Futarchy, my friend Leo Saraceno directed my attention to Azuro Protocol, headquartered on the island […]

Tokenized Co-Ops and “Moral” Markets – Synthetic Pretenders Part 15C

This is the third post referencing refugee labor, charter cities, faith communities, cooperatives and tokenization. You can read it in full here or access a PDF here. Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist of the World Bank and Columbia University professor, paid visits to Mondragon in 2005 and 2018. He was looking at worker-owned cooperatives as […]

Apocalypse, Mind Files, and Interplanetary Promises – Synthetic Pretenders Part 2

This is the second in a series examining the California’s proposed Trust Framework within the context of synthetic biology, eugenics, and the Spanish Mission System.  Part One: Scientific Management, Robo-Bees, and Synthetic Pretenders The feature photo for this post is of Jason, Lynn and me outside the Provo Library, originally Brigham Academy. We were there to […]

Questioning “The Greater Reset III” – Where is this Resistance Headed?

My presentation outlining my concerns regarding Derrick Broze’s support for children as sovereign digital laborers and the play to earn blockchain gaming pilot in Morelia, Mexico. All of the speakers for The Greater Reset III have been notified of his position. Is this what their “freeDOM” movement is built on, child labor? I ask that […]

New Video! Greater Reset III Wrap Up – Opportunity Youth, Metaverse Labor

Jason Bosch and I had a long conversation last Saturday, a follow up to my first presentation on Derrick Broze’s support for child labor and child sovereignty.  This discussion features content from over 180 slides, which can be accessed here. In addition to addressing the Derrick Broze support for child labor issue, we cover several […]

Practicing Play In A Logic Layer That Incentivizes Sword Fights

I’ve been gifted quite a few insights from James Carse’s “Finite and Infinite Games” over the past month. Thank you Paul for recommending it to me a few years back. In yesterday’s livestream I reflect on Carse’s ideas of “winning,” “invisibility” before a perceived audience, and the power of “touch” as a language in contrast […]