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23/06/2017
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Admission Free

Register

Blockchain Workshops and Weddings

Workshop

23/06/2017
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Admission Free

Register

Part of the NEW WORLD ORDER exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery

GeoCoin – Bodystorming Blockchain in the City

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – Limited places available for this FREE workshop

A day of design-based research using the GeoCoin platform to explore novel ways of reconsidering and reinventing currency through location-specific value transactions. How can money be reprogrammed to interact with or react to everyday practices of value exchange in and around the city? Explore these and more questions with the Design Informatics team from the University of Edinburgh.

GeoCoin – After Money. Photo Credit: Bettina Nissen.
GeoCoin – After Money. Photo Credit: Bettina Nissen.

This workshop is part of the ESRC funded research project After Money lead by Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.

Wedding event day – blockchain special

Saturday 24 June, 11-1pm and 2-4pm, Furtherfield Gallery

Ever wanted to join your partner in bitcoin matrimony? Or wanted to join another partnership for a short time only? You’ve come to the right place. For this day only, you can record your short-term bitcoin union via Handfastr on the blockchain in an immutable and ever growing ledger of bitcoin marriages at the Furtherfield Gallery.

This project is part of the ESRC funded research project After Money lead by Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.

Bitcoin Marriages outside Furtherfield Gallery’s exhibition ‘New World Order’. Photo Credit: Bettina Nissen
Bitcoin Marriages outside Furtherfield Gallery’s exhibition ‘New World Order’. Photo Credit: Bettina Nissen