Monthly Archives: October 2010

Meet Executive Producer Sean Park

Sean Park is a founding partner of Anthemis Group and a participant in SIBOS Innotribe. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. Tweet
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Web Premiere: The Future of Money

What are young adults thinking about money and value? How can we create new systems of wealth generation and abundance? What does the future hold for banks and other financial institutions in the wake of massive peer to peer exchange? “The Future of Money” begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation (twitter […]
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Arrived in Amsterdam

With our open innovation certificates printed and signed we completed the last of our preparations to depart Berlin for Amsterdam. We had a pleasant flight and arrived to a sopping wet, blustery gray city. Today’s weather is luckily more sunny and inviting. This evening is the official dry-run rehearsal of tomorrow’s keynotes. We will be […]
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Future of Money Videoblog: Episode 4

Waffles, lasers, and paper prototyping of Venessa’s presentation for SIBOS. As of this writing we’re approximately $750 away from our first fundraising goal of $5000. UPDATE! We have now exceeded our $5000 goal! Wednesday 20 October 2010 at midnight Berlin time is our deadline for confirming contributors to appear in the final credits in the […]
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Influences and Gratitude

As we approach the final days leading up to SIBOS and the presentation of The Future of Money Project, I am struck by the innovations in our videomaking process. I thought I would acknowledge several people who have been a major inspiration to this process. I see the public acknowledgement of influences in a creative […]
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Meet Executive Producer Bernd Nürnberger

Bernd Nürnberger from Yokohama, Japan tells us a bit about his background and why he supports the Future of Money project. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. […]
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Meet Executive Producer Peter Vander Auwera

Peter Vander Auwera is innovation leader at SWIFT and organizer of the Innotribe sessions at SIBOS. Our executive producers get the opportunity to be featured on the blog as part of the executive producer patronage package. We’re very grateful for their support and are excited to be sharing their stories. Tweet
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Future of Money Videoblog: Episode 3

A recap on the last week of interviews and meals. Answers to two of the more challenging questions posed on Twitter using the #futureofmoney hashtag from @benjaminaaron and @ddrrnt. Late night at Open Design City at the Betahaus. Music: Comfort Fit – Rock Da Dam (feat. Portformat) Creative Commons BY-SA 2010 Emergence Collective Creative Commons […]
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Invest in the Process, Not Just the Product

Now that the whirlwind week of interviews for the Future of Money project has come to a close, we’ve been able to turn our focus to the layout and design of the personalized Open Innovation Certificate. (We’re creating these for everyone who donates $100 or more.) Thanks to the work of Patrizia Kommerell, our graphic […]
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The Hubris of the Lonesome Billionaire

Last night we saw The Social Network in a packed movie theater in Potsdamer Platz. The first 30 minutes we spent subjected to niche-targeted trailers and advertisements for the “Gen Y target audience”. Once the film began we were immediately thrown in to the emotionally exhilarating world of … lawsuits? The primary impression the film […]
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