(1/3) "The blockchain has affordances that could enable commoning, but most techies engaged with it are Silicon Valley libertarians with no worldview values, motivations or institutional support to explore alternative, commons-oriented ways of using DLTs"


(2/3) In this fascinating conversation between @davidbollier and David Rozas from P2P Models, our friends from @furtherfield, the Commons Engine and the Schumacher Centre for New Economics are cited as examples that use the blockchain in progressive-minded ways 💖


(3/3) David Bollier also talks about the Triad of Commoning, the three dimensions that are interrelated in every commons: Social Life, Peer Governance and Provisioning (explained in the book co-authored with Silke Helfrich "Free, Fair and Alive"💚


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