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A Radically Decentralized Future? A comment on Andreas Goeldi



If you really want to understand Andreas Goeldi´s vision this text is not a 12 min read, but a 24 min one, but worth every minute and more.The mechanisms that will govern how people work and live together in the future will be radically different from today. Whether that will lead to a centralized world like that of operating systems, social media, or money, or whether it will end in a world of decentralized and individualized society and economy, is up for debate. Andreas goeldi´s contribution is inspiring and a profound food for thought. The power of the network effect in the hand of its organizer could remain strong.


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