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The Best of this Week’s Billboard

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Hello Billboarders! This is a weekly recap of Billboard posts led by contributors that seek to increase the presence of blockchain creativity. Here is a showcase of interesting content and ideas that explore new resources, ideas, and artful crypto platforms. These are our select submissions of the week.

Empowering Park Networks with Smart “Neighborhood” Tokens


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This post by @voronoi talks about how Steem’s crypto-ecosystem may one day transfer over into the built environment. This idea is referenced by the Steem Park that highlights how Steem can fund such a large project, while becoming a liaison between the crypto-world and the public.

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The Whisper Gallery: A Collaborative + Visual Game of Telephone


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This post by @mrblinddraw talks about The Whisper Gallery and how it tackles the question “What makes inspiration?” This gallery is an artistic study that features 15 artists in the gallery, all of whom were essentially blockchain curated to do their piece of work and present it to the community.

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Po.et: Decentralized Content Ownership Done Right


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This post by @twotoedsloth talks about Po.et and how it addresses the issue surrounding copyrights today. The fact that Po.et is essentially an open, universally unchanging ledger allows content creators to timestamp their assets onto the Bitcoin blockchain, ensuring safe metadata attribution that is easily verifiable and permanent. With this network being a decentralized system, there are no points of failure, and Po.et remains immune to a shutdown.

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Anonymity and Social Growth: Blockchain’s New Proposal


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This post by @hansikhouse highlights an important problem with today’s social media society and its effects on how it changes the way we interact with people. The fact that everyone’s personal brand has to maintain a certain level of success dictates what can or cannot do on a everyday basis. Blockchain is offered as a potential way of solving this unhealthy lifestyle, as one does not have to reveal all or any of their private information.

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Future of Public Spaces | In a Decentralized Future, There are no Donations or Volunteers, Only Investments


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This post by @mintvilla talks about the hierarchy of investments versus donations or volunteers in a decentralized future. Furthermore, it talks about predominant component in non-profits concerning public spaces today, such as investment funds levied by donations, the volunteer system, offering a token-based park system as a solution to what they can do.

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Decentralized Nations – Are They the Future?


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This post by @rajatdangi highlights how nations tend to gravitate towards unifying into a global one. Progress has already been made through the global market using the open market system. Decentralized nations have several benefits to society that centralized nations do not have, such as money, governance, and mass media. This article then speculates on what decentralized future would entail, and how it would associate with the blockchain network.

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