BFGU

Blockchain for Good Unconference #2

what to expect

Open conversations between scientists, buidlers & institutions to explore how blockchain projects tackle Climate and Social Challenges!

After our first edition in Paris, here we are in Brussels!

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detailed program

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Digital Identity & Privacy ​

9:00 am – 10:30 am

Open questions: Decentralized Identity: What for ? How ? – Why is being anonymous good?  Education & Diploma: Could this be a real first use case in Europe? How? Why? If people regains individual sovereignty, does regalian power lose its sovereignty?

Supply Chain & Agriculture​

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Open questions: How to support agriculture traceability with web3 ? Decentralized Funding, Insurance & Supply Chain. Does it really work? Why is a transparent, decentralized supply chain almost impossible?

Climate & Environment

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Open questions: Carbon credits are a “climate scam”? Why tokenize them? Regenerative Finance beyond carbon credit. Does it exist? How? Electricity Tokenization. Will the future of electricity be local? 

P2P Money & Finance

 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Open questions: P2P money, Unbanked & Remittances. Who said cryptocurrencies are useless? Why use them in the field of humanitarian aid and philanthropy? Does DeFi for Good exist ? Regenerative.. Finance or Economy ? 

Digital Identity, Privacy & Democracy

9h00 – 10h30

Climate & Environment

11h00 – 12h30

Supply Chain & Agriculture

14h00 – 15h30

P2P Money & Regenerative Finance

 16h00 – 17h30

Digital Identity & Democracy

9:00 am – 10:30 am

How Decentralized Identity Can Disrupt Surveillance Capitalism and Restore Privacy?

Context: Decentralized digital identities aim to provide individuals with a secure, verifiable, and user-centric method of identification. This means that individuals would have control over their own data and identifiers, rather than relying on a third-party entity. This can help ensure that personal data is used only with the individual’s consent and can potentially reduce the risk of data breaches.

Open questions: Decentralized Identity: What for ? How ? – Why is being anonymous good?  Education & Diploma: Could this be a real first use case in Europe? How? Why? If people regains individual sovereignty, does regalian power lose its sovereignty? 

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Supply Chain & Agriculture

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Disrupting Supply Chains with Web3: Hype or Reality?

Context: The implementation of Web3 technologies in supply chain management would require significant investment and coordination among various stakeholders, including producers, distributors, retailers, and consumers. It would also require addressing various challenges, such as scalability, interoperability, and data privacy

Open questions: How to support agriculture traceability with web3 ? –  Decentralized Funding, Insurance & Supply Chain. Does it really work? – Why is a transparent, decentralized supply chain almost impossible?

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Climate & Energy

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Is it really realistic to hack the Climate and Energy crisis with blockchains?

Context: Carbon credit tokenization aims to increase transparency and reduce fraud in the carbon market. Regenerative finance uses financial tools to support ecosystem and community regeneration. Electricity tokenization can promote renewable energy use and create decentralized energy markets, potentially leading to more localized electricity generation and distribution.

Open questions: Carbon credits are a “climate scam”? Why tokenize them? – Regenerative Finance beyond carbon credit. Does it exist? How? – Electricity Tokenization. Will the future of electricity be local?

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P2P Money

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

What is P2P Money the pharmakon for?

Context: P2P money can benefit the unbanked and reduce remittance fees. It’s also useful for aid and philanthropy, as it enables direct, transparent, and efficient transfers of funds. DeFi for Good is a growing concept that aims to use decentralized finance to support social and environmental causes, potentially leading to a more regenerative economy.

Open questions: P2P money, Unbanked & Remittances. Who said cryptocurrencies are useless? – Why use them in the field of humanitarian aid and philanthropy? – Does DeFi for Good exist ? Regenerative.. Finance or Economy ?

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special guests

To be annonced

Evin McMullen

special guest

Co-Founder & CEO, Disco.xyz

Ivan de Lastours

special guest

Blockchain/Crypto Lead at Bpifrance

Louise Borréani

special guest

 Regenerative Cryptoeconomist | Web3 Researcher & (Technical) Writer

Marcus Aurelius

special guest

Core Contributor, Data & Metrics at KlimaDAO

Perrine de Coëtlogon

special guest

President of the Board of Directors at Open Education Global

Mathieu Lesueur, PhD

special guest

Researcher in Management Sciences (CREM CNRS Université Rennes 1-France), Senior Manager Consulting, Blockchain Supply Chain

Esther Val

special guest

B-leader, GRI-certified sustainability practitioner, Global Partnerships

Bassel Assaad

special guest

Founder at Tracee

Jeanne Bloch

special guest

Co-Founder at Sparkling Debt

Jori Armbruster

special guest

Co-founder at Ethichub

Gabriela Chang Valdovinos

special guest

Co-founder at Ethichub

Guillaume Leti

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Co-founder and CEO at Carbonable

Noémie Dié

facilitator

Economist, Researcher

Pierre Noro

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Blockchain expert & social innovator, Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris

Louis Bertucci, PhD

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Head of Center for Digital and Decentralized Finance (C2DF) at Institut Louis Bachelier, Lecturer at Paris Dauphine University 

Jacques-André Fines-Schlumberger, PhD

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Independant Researcher, Head of operations at Blockchain for Good, Lecturer at Paris 2 Assas University

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