Discover the Rchain Cooperative


Discover the RChain Cooperative

Journalism in the Digital Age

The Internet is truly a beautiful thing. One could spend decades online and barely scratch the surface of all of the valuable content residing on the web. Humans around the world have greatly enhanced and expanded communication systems, commerce, education, and more through innovative networks offered online. (more…)

RCast 3: Fake News and the Future of Truth (with Chris Young of Proof)


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To be a good debater, you must be able to argue both sides—or many sides—of an argument in an equally convincing fashion. This has long been how students are trained in discourse. Living in a time when anyone with an Internet connection can become a news source, and such news sources are given the validity of journalistic institutions, it's not only the art of debate that's being sacrificed. The very concept of truth is being put to the test. (more…)

RChain Spotlight:

In this episode, we sit down with the founders of, Tim Bansemer and Philipp Strauch. During our conversation at RCon3 we discussed a myriad of topics, from scaling social trust to reinventing governance and reorganizing society and the economy.


RChain Conversations: Medha Parlikar

In this edition of RCON3 Interview series, we catch up on the progress and promise of the RChain project with none other than Medha Parlikar, Program Manager- Pyrofex/RChain,  a woman whose management experience and world-class leadership continues to push the entire operation forward.

RCast 2: Tokenizing Energy (with Evan Caron of Swytch)


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Last week the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its latest report. With all the discussion around human impact on climate, you'd think we'd be making significant progress at this point. Yet the message was not good:

The report finds that limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, and cities. Global net human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) would need to fall by about 45 percent from 2010 levels by 2030, reaching ‘net zero’ around 2050.


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