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A bright future requires social policy to be enhanced by technology. Technology has advanced faster than our societal constructs, spurring inequality.


What's Wrong with our Current Systems?

The current systems of governance are not constructed to evolve exponentially and keep pace with the tools provided by technology. Self-ordering, decentralized communities provide a path towards efficient adaptation.

Billions of people are marginalized today through human rights that do not adequately protect people in a digital age, including lack of access to internet, effective education, and cutting-edge healthcare.


It is our role to explore, research and test how to apply these new technologies that will truly change the world.

Future of Communities

A study of self, citizenship, democracy and governance in the digital age.

Future of Healthcare

A study of health, wellness, patient care, and research in the digital age.

Future of Commerce

A study of work, education, income and markets in the digital age.


Tools for Innovation


Create a trusted transparent platform where individuals and institutions can agree upon the terms and conditions of our digital lives. The widespread agreeance to these terms results in the decentralized establishment of human rights.

Artificial Intelligence

Renegotiate current rights, by programmatically identifying and correcting the legal imbalances in society today.

Social Policy

Locate imbalances in our digital world and establish legal corridors to create a more equitable society.


Content Delivery Schedule

A key function of is to further thought leadership for the Hu-manity ecosystem. Updated quarterly, the research scholars have an agenda of content to build awareness, develop social policy, and increase adoption.


The building blocks of these efforts will be codified as human rights, inclusive of all and established by a decentralized community of institutions and individuals.

01. Establish

Establish the first digital right: the 31st Human Right "to legal ownership of your inherent human data as property"

02. Craft

Craft a blockchain-based framework for ambient data monetization built on individual property ownership.

03. Launch

Launch the first implementation of the 31st Human Right with, and strategic partners.

04. Collaborate

Collaborate with the community to build additional use cases for inherent human data monetization built on individual property ownership.

05. Leverage

Leverage Artificial Intelligence to scale a repeatable process that expands the 31st Human Right. seeks to weave together the minds of tomorrow into a fabric of innovation to serve as humanity's safety net

Meet our Chief Research Officer - Derek Hansen

Derek discovered blockchain while researching economic systems to incentivize the re-education of workers for a knowledge–based economy. Seeing blockchain technology as a new “internet” level opportunity, Derek advises open source teams on achieving adoption. He also mentors entrepreneurs and investors entering the space and contributes to distributed governance and token economic research.

Ray Wang

Ray Wang

Research Scholar

Lee McKnight

Lee McKnight

Research Scholar

Gisele Waters

Gisele Waters

Research Scholar

Sameer Sood

Sameer Sood

Research Scholar

Marina Polachek

Marina Polachek

Research Scholar

Anmol Handa

Anmol Handa

Research Scholar


Decentralized Democracy

If they are unequal, the agreement will favor the stronger of the two. Unfortunately, even in our current representative democracy there exists the high likelihood of an individual having no choice but to accept an agreement with an organization, such as a health care provider, that is unbalanced in favor of the organization.

Join Us.

Let us know if you would like to contribute to the thought leadership content of or become involved in the development of additional use cases.