WTF is CryptoMind?

Corey deVosAudio, Content Topics, Free, Money, On Your Radar, Worldviews 1 Comment

There are a number of incredibly disruptive technological trends coming down the line — perhaps none more so than cryptocurrency, which promises to radically decentralize and even anonymize our global economic systems through the creation of “blockchain” ledgers and encrypted global currencies that transcend (or at least route around) the centralized control of nation-states.

But what exactly is “cryptocurrency”, and why should you care? In this inaugural episode of the new CryptoMind podcast, our good friends Ryan Oelke (from PowerUp Productions) and Vincent Horn (from Buddhist Geeks) offer their own big-picture reflections, share their stories, and talk about the larger significance of the cryptospace as they see it.

Stay tuned for an upcoming episode of Integral Live where Ryan Oelke and Corey deVos will further explore and answer your questions about the newly emerging cryptospace. Feel free to submit your questions in the comments field below!

On Your Radar:

There are tremendous opportunities for abundance within the rapidly emerging cryptocurrency space, in terms of generating new ideas, new solutions, and even the creation of new wealth — especially if we are still within the halcyon early days as many experts believe. But of course there is also enormous risk, and you should never invest more in cryptocurrency than you are prepared to lose. Either way, the rise of cryptocurrency as a massively disruptive force is certainly something that you want to have on your radar, as it has the potential to enact massive global change in a very short period of time.

Corey deVos

About Corey deVos

Corey W. deVos is editor and producer of Integral Life. He has worked for Integral Institute/Integal Life since Spring of 2003, and has been a student of integral theory and practice since 1996. Corey is also a professional woodworker, and many of his artworks can be found in his VisionLogix art gallery.


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    I’m new here and a little surprised to find the assumption of an increasingly technological future is accepted without question. In some circles this view is called the Consensus Trance, the default position that “growth and progress will continue into the forseeable future, technology will solve all our problems etc,etc.”
    But when the factors that support our societal complexity are inquired into deeply, they are revealed to be much less sustainable than most imagine.
    Just as the nature of a separate personal existence dissolves under deep inquiry so does (my) certainty in a technological future.

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