The Odyssey Challenge
Jan Jonker, Dre Kampfraath and
DeepDive UU 06.02.19
What is Inclusive Banking?
(1) There are more values then just money;
(2) We don’t have to monetize everything
(3) Suppose we could change the nature of
transactions – make it hybrid
(4) How about putting to use crypto-software
(5) If this works we can re-democratise
In our society ....
... the value of people is only money.
We believe in : Hybrid Values.
If people posses a set of hybrid values,
that is a step towards inclusive,
sustainability and circularity.
Chalkenge: rebuild the system.
From the a conventional system.
... excluding people without money.
To a more inclusive system,
where more values are part of
We think it can be build on a blockchain.
As a basis for a transaction platform.
With a set of conditions
And some rules for realisation
Creating inclusive transaction system.
Which should be scalable.
As a step towards a more inclusive society.
Next step in Inclusive Banking
Develop an App that facilitates (in a natural,
easy-going way) multi-lateral transactions
between citizens with various (tokenized)
commodities (such as time, mobility, waste
The Challenge of Inclusive Banking
• ECOCOIN: https://www.ecocoin.coin
• SWARMFUND: https://swarm.fund
• CYCLOS: Cyclos.org
• Bancor: https://about.bancor.network/
• ... and more ...
Need to be checked on their inspiration and usability.
What we already know ...
Do you want to participate in
The Challenge of Inclusive
The challenge is taken up at the
Blockchain Hackathon Odyssey.
11-15 April 2019
Groningen, The Netherlands
Apply for Track: Inclusive Banking
Life after the Hackathon (Apr’19)
• EU Program ‘Inclusive Banking’
• Develop proto-type to real-life Apps
• Urban environment – linked to grass-root initiatives
• Say 10 pilots in 10 cities; one year
• Period Fall 2018 – Spring 2019
• Results EU Summer-academy 2020
Partners, associates & inspirations
Banking and Pension Funds: Innopay, Nederlandse
Vereniging van Banken, Betaalvereniging Nederland,
Fundamental and Applied Research: Radboud
University Nijmegen, Hanze Hogeschool Groningen,
TNO, Stichting OCF 2.0
Business: DNV-GL, ENGIE, DLL, INTERIMIC
• Jan Jonker: email@example.com
• Dré Kampfraath: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Niels Faber: email@example.com