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These events are for anyone interested in food sustainability and who wants to share and learn about urban development and food innovation in the urban field.

Food in the City is hosted by Farmlyplace GmbH at Kiezfarm, Pestalozzistr. 66, 10627 Berlin.

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Food in the City goes TOA Satellite – Food in the Blockchain

4. July 2019 @ 18:30 - 20:30 CEST

| Free

With Food in the Blockchain our series of events wants to go the extra mile in the discussion of food traceability and food loss along the supply chain. Players from the Blockchain community discuss with us why local currencies, ledger technologies, smart contracts or an universal basic income has to do with food systems not only in our cities.


Please register at WeWork to attend the Event: https://satelliteevent.splashthat.com/


Focus: How is blockchain and distributed ledger technology transforming the food supply chain with incentives for local produce, reduced food miles and packaging?

Speakers/Panel on Food in the Blockchain:

  1. Mark Smargon, vice-president of blockchain and co-founder of Colu – A new decentralized payment system for local communities, that changes the way money is being created and used, by bringing cryptocurrencies to the masses.
  2. Julio Linares co-founder of Circles – Is a electronic cryptocurrency with the capability to create and distribute a globally accessible Universal Basic Income (UBI).
  3. Christian Schappeit co-founder of SFarm.io (Joint venture with Farmlyplace).
    • Decentral architecture for data capture and to utilize demand planning for local farmers to avoid risk and food-loss.
    • Trustful food mileage and data authorization
    • Token Incentive Design for urban and rural applications, monetization of data for smart farmers using blockchain technology.

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Please register at WeWork to attend the Event: https://satelliteevent.splashthat.com/

Details

Date:
4. July 2019
Time:
18:30 - 20:30 CEST
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Organizer

Farmlyplace GmbH
Phone:
+49 (0)30 555 17056
Email:
info@farmlyplace.com
Website:
https://farmlyplace.com

Venue

WeWork
Kurfürstendamm 11
Berlin, Berlin 10719 Germany
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Operation of an online marketing platform for locally produced products.
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