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Last week saw us covering the theme of achieving a positive outcome through the knowledge of the people and the community. Our blockleaders were all about pulling the community together and the decentralization of knowledge.

This week we will be exploring the thinking behind decentralization which is demanding that we take a step back and look at the systems we have created, assess them, and decide what needs to change.

Our Blockleaders are instigating change in our pivotal, global systems: the justice and penal systems, education, agriculture, the global supply chain system and human safety practices.

Here is what we have in store for you this week:

Monday will see us talking about the thinking behind Silk Road, and why it popularized cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin. Silk Road was a system created for the people, but taken down by central government. Is this system broken by political agenda? Is it time to go back to the ideals that forged the foundations of America?

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Tuesday’s story begins with the assertion that there is nothing new to blockchain, even though it has the power to change the world. Our Blockleader believes that the people using the tech are what really matters, adding a realist view on philanthropy and using blockchain for the preservation of sentient life.

Wednesday’s Blockleader believes that blockchain communities can bring a lot of good to our world by decentralizing knowledge, education and learning. She wants to stop communities in blockchain from falling into the tribal traps from the past, instead working on making sure we can all connect and learn together.

Thursday will be covering the idea that blockchain can improve the world’s global supply chain. This $8trillion global industry passes the costs of its inefficiencies down the chain, and our Blockleader calculates that improving efficiency and reducing costs can really benefit the people that truly need it.

Friday’s Blockleader will take us through the world of safety, showing us that blockchain can be used to make workplaces safer for its employees. He comes from a background in construction and has seen enough accidents to realise that blockchain provides a great opportunity to remove human error and assumption from current risk assessment processes across multiple industries.

We look forward to introducing you to these amazing people. We can’t wait to see you there! Have a good Friday and a great weekend, here from the team at