On International Women’s Day 2018, we’ll got together at the Profile Co-Working Space to kick off the inaugural Cryptophilosophy Salon with networking, community announcements, a fireside chat, and a series of three philosophical debates structured with deep democracy principles. We also announced and invited the BC Blockchain community to participate in our BC Blockchain Forum roundtables and distributed leadership model to continue to make BC the Crypto (D)Center of the world.

Caroline Brown, the content creator and personality of Ben (Bot). and John Lyotier, CEO at Rightmesh debate the question: Will blockchain technologies create more economic inclusion and lead to better societies?

Agenda:
5:30-6:00: Welcome and networking
6:00-6:35: Introduction and BC Crypto and Blockchain Events and Initiatives shoutout
6:35-6:50: Alicia Close, CEO of Women in Tech World, presents their recent Canadian research
6:50-700: Intro to CryptoPhilosophy: A Fireside Chat with Manie Eagar and Chelsea Palmer
7:00-7:20: CryptoPhilosophy Debate, Round 1: Claire Gallant and Jan Blumczynski, facilitated by Drew Ogryzek.
7:20-7:40: CryptoPhilosophy Debate, Round 2: Taylor Rhodes and Aviv Milner, facilitated by Drew Ogryzek.
7:40-8:00: CryptoPhilosophy Debate, Round 3: John Lyotier and Caroline Brown, facilitated by Drew Ogryzek.
8:00-8:30: Group dialogue and debate facilitated by Alexandra Moxin, followed by open networking

The Émilie du Châtelet Crypto Philosophy Salon

Thursday, Mar 8, 2018, 5:30 PM

The Profile Co-Working Business Club
Suite 100 – 535 Thurlow St Vancouver, BC

118 Members Went

Do crypto and blockchain technologies offer an escape from Plato’s Cave? On International Women’s Day 2018, we’ll get together at the Profile to kick off the inaugural Cryptophilosophy Salon with networking, community announcements, a fireside chat, and a series of three philosophical debates structured with deep democracy principles. We will also …

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