Every day there will be events open to the public “Open Events”.

These events are meant to share the experience with non participant individuals (University students, local companies and public in general) but camp participants are more than welcome to join them.

11th April

20:00 ALEX CASAS – Blockchain for Humanity

Àlex Casas will present his thoughts about the building of a global welfare recirculation machine with a simple three steps path to build a more fair, balanced and sustainable society through the generation of open sourced social impact business models


12th April

19:00 JOSE LINDO – Climatecoin, IoT opportunities to mitigate climate change

The main drive is to democratize the carbon systems as we want to make possible for anyone in the world to be able to do something for the survival of their planet. We allow individuals to compensate their offsets and to invest in carbon credits through our tokens and to the producers to perceive the income directly peer to peer without intermediaries.

Corporations with their carbon offsetting programs can contribute directly to the source so they are able to make their contributions more transparent

20:00 FRANÇOIS SONNET – SolarCoin Project

We will introduce the SolarCoin digital asset as a solution for solar power producers to generate energy and participate in the Energy Transition, explaining the added value for solar power producers using APIs, Script or Manual granting. We will explain the simple registration process using 3 steps and how SolarCoin has incentivized already 6million MWh of solar energy worldwide.


13th April

18:00 ERIK VOLLSTÄDT – Jurisdiction-as-a-Service for Peer-to-Peer Governance Services
19:00 MIGUEL PRADOS – Governance Politics in Blockchain. CouncilCoins

We propose the implementation of a complementary social currency with support from the city council (which we call CouncilCoin) along with a novel mass adoption mechanism of its use consisting of compensation for citizen participation (consultations, solidarity actions, environmental, cultural, etc).

We use emerging technologies such as blockchain and / or DAG (Directed Acrylic Graphs), smart contracts (Smart Contracts), big data, artificial intelligence and IOT (Internet of Things) to benefit the functionality and interoperability of CouncilCoin with the Smart City and the Open Government.

We present the idea in two congresses: the IV International Conference of Social and Complementary Currencies and the II Movenet Congress on social movements and ICT.

20:00 – ALEX GINES
Technology and communication: how new technologies need new ways to communcate.

In this fast-changing world day by day we see how everything is moving forward. What we thought that yesterday was awesome today is old fashioned. And marketing and communication is not an exception.


14th April

17:00 AHMED BANAFA – Blockchain & beyond

We are honored to announce the participation via video conference of Amed Banafa. Named as number one tech voice to follow by LinkedIn in 2016 he will share his knowledge with us during the camp. His researches featured in many reputable sites and magazines including Forbes, IEEE and MIT Technology Review.

18:00 SDG panel with Melinda Wolf, Jose Lindo, Fran Benedito, Pedro Ramón López

On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. For the goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, the private sector, civil society and people like you.

19:00 DANIEL URIBE – Founder Genobank

Our mission is to build a decentralized blockchain platform that offers a personalized cryptovault to each user so they can store, connect IoT devices, share their Genomic & Healthcare information without losing ownership and/or privacy of their data sets.  Genobank.io will also welcome Plants & Animal Genomic information.

20:00 GUILLERMO GONCALVEZ – Financial Inclusion

The importance of recognizing the current status of our society allows us to look over the barriers and to propose new ways of doing things. In today’s world more than 3 billion people is excluded from the financial system, this severely limits their ability to generate wealth and prosper. We are going to look at the example of M-Pesa in Africa and see what else can be done in informal economies in order to create the necessary tools for living in a better society. It’s important to educate people in how they can leverage themselves by using this new and open technologies so they can become part of a growing part of the population that is now doing anything they can to become more competitive. The goal is to provide an environment where we all have equal opportunities for working towards a more peaceful and prosperous society.