unconference – focused on maximizing the exchange of ideas and making meaningful connections
Let’s meet in a select gathering of technologists, investors and entrepreneurs.
Dynamic, 5-minutes keynotes will be focused on merits. Ideas and knowledge first.
Join us in the discussion. Let’s look for answers, instead of doing small talk.
Uneven access to investment opportunities, lack of transparency and a system weighed down by multiple middlemen has resulted in income inequality, which has nearly doubled in the US since the 1980s.
What is money? How do we ensure protection while offering equal access to opportunities? How do we want to change the status quo? What is the finance of the future?
In 2018, the 26 richest people had the same net worth as the half of the world’s population (3.8 billion people). 2% of bitcoin addresses control 80% of the supply. Systems aren’t built on good intentions and big words.
How can blockchain help create better systems? What is the purpose of decentralization? What are the challenges that prevent blockchain from going mainstream?
The Cambridge Analytica scandal revealed that 87 million Facebook user records were exploited… Over $600 million was lost through Theranos’ lies. Start-up culture helps to go big, but does it help to do good?
What is the purpose of business? What makes a company successful? How do we define impact investments? How do we measure and report the impact of businesses?
We will welcome Alexandre Terrien, Future Positive Capital, for a fireside chat moderated by Isabel Woodford, Sifted.
Future Positive Capital
On October 7th we convened for the second edition of reimpact, this time in Osaka during Devcon 5 — the event for the blockchain ecosystem. On the night we gathered around 50 curious and forward-thinking individuals and asked them — what is stopping blockchain from going mainstream? And how can we make it happen?
On Aug. 19th we gathered for the first edition of reimpact, a social think tank focused on leveraging technologies to create better companies and finance. Over 80 technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors got together to discuss how to democratize finance, create better governance models, and solve blockchain’s biggest challenges.