Circulate’s Livecast Series: Rights to the blockchain city

Together with Pakhuis de Zwijger and Het Nieuwe Instituut, the Circulate project organised a series of three livecasts to discuss implications of blockchain and digital platforms for the management and governance of the urban commons. Governments and venture capitalists alike are investing in blockchain technologies, hoping for examples to create robust governance systems or to

Workshop The City as a License: Design, Rights and Civics in a Blockchain Society

June 24 2021 14:00-18:00 CET Call for Participation Organizers / Editors: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Civic Interaction Design Research Group & Institute of Network Cultures (Martijn de Waal, Gabriele Ferri & Inte Gloerich); Institute for Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh (John Vines & Chris Elsden). Important Dates Abstracts of up to 500 words should

Design Canvas Digital Platforms for Resource Communities

Designing digital platforms and infrastructures for resource communities can be a challenge. Designers and technologists find themselves working with new technologies, like blockchain, AI, Internet of Things and digital platforms. There are no well-trodden paths or extensive template libraries that can be easily implemented. And, these technologies are not simply neutral tools. They come with