Gerrie Smits (https://gerriesmits.com) kicked off the event explaining (a) the basics of blockchain (a.o. immutability, "if... then...", value transfer, tokenisation and token transfer, decentralisation, game theory and aligned incentives) and (b) looking at it from a business perspective ("Is This Something For Us?") >> with practical examples of (actual) use cases like a local blockchain to follow the support money granted to refugees, fractional ownership of real estate, incentives to cycle to school, "selling your eyeballs" (advertising),... >> through the value mapping framework, which brings innovation (value) theory and design thinking in the picture To conclude he launched a specific point of interest, namely ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN. Starting from the question whether the "tragedy of the commons" can be overcome (looking at theories of a.o. Elinor Ostrom - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elinor_Ostrom), he looks at initiatives that may address this by using blockchain technology: Colony (https://colony.io/index.html), Aragon https://aragon.org/), OrgTech (https://orgtech.substack.com/),... This is material for a hack(athlon). The title of his keynote refers to the title of the book he wrote (in Dutch) which is packed with use cases: https://gerriesmits.com/blockchain-is-wtf-boek/ The context was the second (2019) edition of the Computational Law and Blockchain Festival (#CLBFest), Brussels' node.