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About Event

Join us to learn about ReFi, Regenerative Economy and Regen Tokenomics.

These series of workshops are for all: developers, builders, sustainability professionals. You will learn from concrete examples, thought leaders, and get inspired in your own professional journey.

  • ReFi 101, Sunday, Feb 5th, 6pm-8pm - Beit Ariela Central Library -25 Shaul HaMelech Blvd, Tel Aviv

    • As regulations increase to tackle climate change, web3 community is in a very good place to lead the way as Decentralization, Incentivization, Redefining Value are all perfect tools to bring Sustainability challenges to the next level. Best practices will be shared by Letty Prados - Regen Living, Sebnem Rusitschka - Younergy Crypto, Bertrand Juglas/Dorit Dvir - Good Dollar, Guillaume Leti - Carbonable, Esther Val - Ethic Hub, Markus Alburez Myers - Ethereum Foundation.

    • Facilitation: Jeanne Bloch

  • Funding and Valuing the Commons, Monday, Feb 6th, 1pm-2:30pm- Beit Ariela Central Library - -25 Shaul HaMelech Blvd, Tel Aviv

    • Should we use tokenization as a way to engage the community around its shared Goods and actually protect them from speculation and financial solutions? Lately, “Funding the Commons” has been a hot topic among web3 communities willing to do “something good”. (Retroactiv funding from Protocol Lab, Gitcoin Grant…) Nevertheless, historically, Public/Common Goods had not always been monetized. At the opposite. Alike “the Global Commons” (our Life ecosystem), rules were set up to maintain the existence of the Commons and in the same time benefit from their usage. At a time where, in most of Western countries, Public Goods (Transport, Research, Health…) suffer from the requirement by Governments to function like private companies and seek to maximize profit, what are the solutions brought by the Web3 ecosystem? Best practices will be shared by: Hadar Rottenberg-Good Dollar, Griff Green Commons Stack, Letty Prados - Regen Living, Tomer Bariach, Flori Ventures, Oksana Stanevich (DeSci)-GOSH blockchain,, Ortal Tevel - Urban Change, Manu Alzuru, Doingud

    • Facilitation: Jeanne Bloch

  • 1/1 LowSpeed Sessions "Everything you want to know about ReFi, Tuesday, Feb 7th, 10am-14pm - Abraham Hostel, 21 Levontine Street, Tel Aviv, - Find us at our booth within Building Blocks booth area!

  • Regen Tokenomics, Tuesday, Feb 7th, 3pm-4pm - Abraham Hostel, 21 Levontine Street, Tel Aviv - Find us at our booth within Building Blocks booth area!

    • A fun experience to learn about token engineering culture and foster multidisciplinary collaboration. You don’t need to be a blockchain specialist, just stop by with candor and curiosity. With the participation of a very special guest, the artist Nili Lerner - who created her fist token in 2014!! as well as Jeanne Bloch, Esther Val, Bertrand Juglas, local Token Engineers..

  • Café Philo: Is Transparency Ethical? Wednesday, Feb 8th, 6pm-7pm - Right next to Metamask at a beautiful place: Kandinof, Hatzorfim 14, Jaffa

    • Is transparency an incentive to more ethical behaviors? Are transparency functions neutral? Could we live in a world 100% transparent? We are looking for, both, more privacy and more transparency, so how can we handle it?Share your vision of the world and learn about core concepts of Web3 such as Trust and Transparency. Learn from philosophical references and enjoy a facilitated discussion!