BLOCKCHAIN WEEK2 | Micro UX

Literature Research

“Participating” the Blockchain

  1. Create an account and buy cryptocurrency;
  2. Transfer $0 to ourselves to create a transaction record;
  3. Attach our information to this transaction record and check in a blockchain explorer.
Our facial expressions as we try to explore the cryptocurrency platform (Courtesy of David).
Analysis of the whole experience and a summary of our feelings and thoughts (Made by David & Sue).

“Discussing” the Consensus Mechanism

Video of the workshop process (Edited by Sue).
Workshop output (Countesy of David)

Presentation

Photo of Presentation and paper-based presentation materials (Coustesy of David).
  • If we can add information into Blockchain metabases, then we need to think about what’s next? who reads it? How? When? Why?
  • How do we tokenize community approval as a social meterial?

Reflection

📚References

🎬Post-credits scene

Signing the workshop agreement (Countesy of David).

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