Bitcoin is Already a Derivative

March 23, 2015

Many a Bitcoin company executive seeks a way to hedge the balance sheet risk of their business.  It would be useful to have a liquid (ostensibly, dollar backed) futures and options exchange market that would provide hedging opportunities for speculators while providing much needed price stability.  It sounds like Bitcoin is already a derivative. What […]

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Means and Methods of the Curiosumé DApp

January 23, 2015

The Mechanics of the Curiosumé DApp are extremely simple. In fact, perhaps the greatest challenge of building the application will be to truncate the features of Curiosumé to the simplest functional form. Means and Methods of the Curiosumé DApp The only thing that Curiosumé is really supposed to accomplish is convert a résumé, CV, or […]

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An Analog To Digital Converter For Knowledge Assets

January 21, 2015

Curiosumé is an analog to digital converter for knowledge assets. The single most destructive characteristic of the Market Capitalism is the dependence on resources extracted from the Earth to fuel constant economic growth. Natural resources are finite while constant growth model is infinite.  There are several ways to manage this disparity; the first is to […]

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Is Curiosumé is a Bad Investment?

January 15, 2015

Over the years we have identified several features of Curiosumé that every investor wants to change – but these are so fundamental to the operation of Curiosumé that to change them would make the application useless. However, the follow-on applications could be so hugely profitable that we make the claim: “When hundreds of millions of […]

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The Institution Hack

August 23, 2012

But when we combine CRM + SRM + VRM we get Community Relationship Management (CoRM). In essence CoRM is a Value Game. Where customers, vendors, and suppliers all acting in the best interest of their constituents are in fact acting in their own best interest. Cheating gets you thrown out of the game. The combined analytics provide extensive data to the next hack called Exoquant.

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The Rango Prophesy

July 2, 2012

Human knowledge, like water is constrained behind artificial barriers called “intangible” asset accounting. To build an accounting system that makes knowledge assets “tangible” will open the floodgates of the most valuable currency civilization has ever known. Not surprisingly, the protagonists will meet their appropriate demise – suitable for young viewers, of course.

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The New Value Tool

June 5, 2012
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The New Value Tool May become an important system for analyzing existing ventures for optimum social value creation as well as predicting how collections of knowledge assets in a community can optimize their social value in collaboration with each other.

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The Value Game Primer

May 30, 2012
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The Ingenesist Project is currently building Value Games for clients in aviation, construction, education, affinity groups, and social service communities. Please let us know how we can serve your New Value creation enterprise.

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New Value And The Future Of Money

April 25, 2012
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Now, what happens if we turn that concept into a means of producing the things that people really need instead of producing things that people don’t really need? What happens when people interact around a shared asset – either tangible or intangible – will they work to preserve the asset or consume it?

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Elevator Pitch – The Ingenesist Project

April 20, 2012
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This will be very important because the inevitable global currency adjustments would not have a direct impact on a non-debt backed currency. In fact, Ingenesist will hedge the dollar. It is likely that everyone reading this post has a vested interest in the outcome; literally and figuratively.

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