Longpath is a strategic moral philosophy used by individuals, organizations and governments to drive positive, immediate and futures focused change. In this text I have made a longpath for BlockChange.EU. 1. Transgenerational ethics What are the ethics BlockChange.EU is based on? Equality Continue Reading
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On the 5th of september i’ll be speaking on the Blockhain in Education conference in Groningen. In one of the parallel sessions i’ll be speaking about BlockChange and the next step I see from this point on. You can read Continue Reading
Up to the summer break, a lot of contacts have been made. I spoke to Volution, the portfolio partner and both NXT and an other blockchain provider. Combining existing technologies with the blockchain will be a challenge, but an informative Continue Reading
We have started our pilot, with a final project plan. Before december we want to build a connection between an existing e-portfolio application and the NXT blockchain. Three to five teachers will use the application to see how it works Continue Reading
Educause has written an article about the chances for the blockchain and other technologies fof the higher education. You can find the interesting article here. The blockchain provides a rich, secure, and transparent platform on which to create a global Continue Reading
You can find the infographic PWC made underneath. The article that goes along with it can be found at https://www.pwc.com/us/en/financial-services/fintech/bitcoin-blockchain-cryptocurrency.html
A beautiful interview with Don Tapscott about the possibilities of the blockchain. For education, a life long learning and the meritocracy the blockchain offers great chances. Ignore Bitcoin’s challenges. In this interview, Don Tapscott explains why blockchains, the technology underpinning Continue Reading
Yesterday the SIDN fund published the first pioneers that got funding in the spring of 2017 call. I was mentioned as one of them in the newsletter and on the website van het SIDN fund.
IFTF and ACT Foundation have thought about the way education can be measured. I don’t agree with their concept of “an hour of time spent” as a way of measuring. When I spend 20 hours on the soccer field, I’m not Continue Reading