Since our announcement of the Future of Money project, we’ve gotten a lot of great suggestions and enthusiasm from the community, and have already raised over $1,500 in donations! Thank you for your support! Though we’re still in the process of scheduling interviews for the video, we wanted to share the list of who we’ve confirmed so far.
Stay tuned for more updates and interviewees!
Devin Balkind is the founder of BEEx, a social fundraising platform, and The Sarapis Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports open source projects that improve people’s capacity to create abundance for themselves and their communities.
Michel Bauwens is a theorist, researcher, and founder of the Foundation for P2P Alternatives, an organization that studies the impact of peer to peer technology and thought on society.
Fernanda Ibarra is an advocate for the creation of the new monetary systems, currently involved in the Metacurrency Project.
Guillaume Lebleu is a software designer and future of money blogger.
Jerry Michalski is the founder of REX – the Relationship Economy eXpedition, a collaborative inquiry into the next economy and where commerce and society may be headed.
Ashni Mohnot is the founder of Enzi, a social investing platform that enables ordinary people to become angel investors in the education of talented students, in exchange for a share in their future income.
Dan Robles is the Director of The Ingenesist Project, a private think tank in Seattle that predicts and specifies elements of the next economic paradigm as built on a platform of social media.
Alan Rosenblith is the Director of The Money Fix, a feature-length documentary exploring society’s relationship with money.
Douglas Rushkoff is an author, teacher, and documentarian (Program Or Be Programmed, Life Inc., Digital Nation) who focuses on the ways people, cultures, and institutions create, share, and influence each other’s values.
Kim Scheinberg is a writer, editor, and co-creator of the Presumed Abundance fund, a pay it forward model for angel investing.
Hans Schoenberg is the co-founder of GiftFlow, a platform that connects community organizations, businesses, governments and neighbors in order to share resources and meet each others’ needs.
To visit the Future of Money project page, click here.