Coming up on Thursday on the Money Movement YouTube channel — Professor of Economics and Director of the Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT University, Professor Jason Potts, followed by Luis Cuende, Co-founder at Aragon, and Aaron Wright, Co-founder at OpenLaw and Professor at Cardozo Law School.
Public blockchain infrastructure creates a new global public good in the form of a system of shared and immutable record-keeping, transactions and rules-enforcement. We've explored how this infrastructure opens up massive transformations in the basic building blocks of corporate treasury and finance, including ubiquitous global value exchange with stablecoins, and advancements through programmable money.
Now we want to dive into some of the more profound possibilities that arrive with this technology, diving into the very essence of how we form organizations to create value, govern and coordinate economic activity. Going from the macro into the micro, we'll explore how blockchains are opening up completely new forms of global corporate forms.
The global economy is experiencing unprecedented challenges and change. Business leaders everywhere are grappling with how to transform their companies to become more digital, resilient and efficient. As we face this change, a new global movement is building around the promise of digital currencies and blockchains — forming a new architecture for the global economy and creating new opportunities for companies everywhere. The Money Movement explores and chronicles the issues and ideas driving this brave new world of digital money.