The Decentralized Future
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The SCF is a collaboration of organizations, companies, and others in the blockchain space which will define standardized frameworks and interoperability on various kinds of dApps. An initial focus will be defining standard formats for subtokens so tokens issued by various issuers can all be traded on different decentralized and centralized exchanges with little configuration effort.
The Ethereum Foundation (Stiftung Ethereum) is a non-profit organization registered in Switzerland, and has the purpose of maintaining the various Ethereum specfications and protocols, and managing resources that have been designated to build out the Ethereum and decentralized technology ecosystem. Founded July 2014 in Zug, Switzerland, Stiftung Ethereum’s mission is the promotion of developments of new technologies and applications, especially in the fields of new open and decentralized software architectures. It is the aim that decentralized and open technologies will be developed, nurtured, maintained, and promoted. A dominating but not exclusive focus is set on the promotion of the development of the Ethereum Protocol and the relevant technology to it as well as the promotion and support of applications using the technology Ethereum or the Protocol. Stiftung Ethereum will additionally support and advocate for a decentralized Internet in a variety of forms.
The Cryptocurrency Research Group is the first formal cross-disciplinary research network focused on studying cryptocurrencies and other decentralized consensus technologies. CCRG affiliates span a wide range of disciplines including mathematics, cryptography, economics, and law. The goal of the CCRG is to understand decentralized consensus technology, its application and potential impact on the world, and to promulgate that understanding to the research community and to the public.
Code to Inspire is a 501 c3 nonprofit committed to educating Afghan female students by improving their technical literacy and teaching them how to code so that they can find future employment as freelancers. Ideally, Code to Inspire will serve as a launching pad for Afghan females to get involved in entrepreneurship and technological innovation.