future of money, cont.

image from the series Macro Economics by Kevin Dooley

In 2010, I approached via twitter and asked to come speak at SIBOS, “the world’s premiere financial services event.”

I teamed up with a creative studio in Berlin (KS12), and we made a video to present at the conference. We conducted skype-based interviews with participants in America, England, Sweden, Mexico, Germany and Thailand. The idea was to kickstart a larger conversation about the future of money and value, and the possibilities within a peer-to-peer economy.

Here’s the video:

The Future of Money from KS12 on Vimeo.

Here are some posts documenting the project:

The Future of Money Project Begins!
Goals for the Future of Money Project
Update: First Round of INterviewees for Future of Money Project
Interview Themes: Sneak Peek
Update: Second Round of Interviewees for Future of Money Project
Investing in the Process, not just the Product
Documenting the Open Innovation Process
Web Premiere of the Future of Money Video
Crowdfunding 101: 5 Questions to Consider
Infographic: New Lenses of Wealth

The question of ‘the future of money’ became an almost two year exploration. I showed the above video at a number of conferences around the world, wrote articles for CNN and Forbes about different modes of value exchange enabled by social technologies, and generally thought a bit too much about post-monetary economies.

Here are a number of other posts and discussions covering these topics:

What could the future of money look like?
Rant: Reflections from SIBOS and What I Want from a Bank
10 Projects Moving us Towards a Superfluid Economy
How can we Measure Currencies like Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility?
4 Trends Shaping the Emerging “Superfluid” Economy
Reflection from pii2011 – Can Reputation Be a Currency?
13 Books on the Future of Money & New Economy
Why the Future of Money Matters (Is the current system obsolete?)
How Can Business-to-Business Trade networks Build Local Resilience?

 

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