Outline of Topics/Projects in the Blockchain-Based Attention Economy

This document is a text supplement to my podcast video overview (Soundcloud link). I hope this can be a community resource for anyone working on the Attention Economy — if you’d like to contribute, please comment on the google doc here.

Thanks!

- Rhys

Topics to Explore

  1. World After Capital

Projects to Explore on Later Podcasts

  1. 21.co

News:

  1. Decentralized News Network

Future of Work:

  1. Crowdraising

Call-to-Action:

Other Resources:

Podcasts:

By Epicenter:

By State Change (ConsenSys)

Steemit’s Curation Markets

Brave/BAT

Userfeeds

Simon de la Rouviere’s Curation Markets

Synereo

Yours

AdChain

Decentralized News Network

TimeWellSpent

System-Level Views:

Other Reading on the Transition from Scarce Capital to Scarce Attention

More Reading From Simon’s Google Doc:

  • Nick Szabo’s Shelling Out paints a great picture on the value of collectibles in reducing social transaction costs. http://nakamotoinstitute.org/shelling-out/

Thanks to Colin Wielga, Harry Lindmark, John Lindmark, Veronica Stamats, Jacob Zax, Katie Powell, Jonathan Isaac, Ramsay Devereux, Kenji Williams, David Long, and Jon Frechin for supporting me on Patreon!

About Me: My name is Rhys Lindmark and I’m creating a humanist blockchain future by writing, speaking, and advising at the intersection of Effective Altruism, UBI, the Attention Economy, and Blockchain. In other words, I work with blockchain and social good tech companies. I’m part of the Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition, live in Denver, CO and I’m an alumnus of Techstars Boulder 2015. Please reach out if you’d like to connect or have feedback! I’m curious about what you’re working on. You can support me on Patreon, follow me on Twitter, or connect on LinkedIn.

Disclaimer: I own less than $100 of any given cryptocurrency, so my monetary incentive is not directly aligned with Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.

Founder of Roote, an online community of world-class systems thinkers. Apply at roote.co. Writing a book, What Information Wants. Podcasting at The Rhys Show.