Upcoming Offices in Helsinki and London  
18th and 20 to 23rd August


Robin Hood team is happy to invite you for the upcoming Robin Hood Offiices in Helsinki and London:

Economy as a Place of Creation 
Robin Hood Pop-Up Lab 
18:00 to 20:00, in Yrityslinna, Ensi Linja 1, 00530 Helsinki.

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Robin Hood London office
13:00 to 21:00, at Newspeak House, 133 Bethnal Green Road London, UK, E2 7DG.

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Economy as a Place of Creation
A Robin Hood Pop-Up Lab

18th August 2015
18:00 to 20:00, in Yrityslinna, Ensi Linja 1, 00530 Helsinki.

What if economy presented people with opportunities, co-operation, and new space instead of austerity and compulsion? What if you could build an economy different from the one presented by IMF, ECB and OECD – and of course the government of Finland?

P2P financial architectures route economy outside the monopoly of legacy institutions. With its blockchain, Bitcoin has already challenged the monopoly on currency. What else is ready for disruption, when the blockchain is combined with financial technology and social organisation?

How do the P2P financial architectures work?

What is the state of the art in their development?

What can be done with them, now and in the near future?

How to create new economic space?

What kind of space is needed? What do you want?

Robin Hood invites you to discuss these questions and more.
We are creating new economic space.



A Robin Hood Office

20 to 23r August, 2015
13:00 to 21:00, at Newspeak House, 133 Bethnal Green Road
London, UK, E2 7DG.

Distributed capital –innovation or integration?

Whether instinctively or by experience, we know that our financial services model is dangerously out of date. Yet while people yearn for radically better financial services, the problem is no one has known how to implement a viable alternative.

Is this something that’s genuinely possible, or a case of wishful thinking? And if it turns out that it is possible to create different and better financial services models – capable of distributing capital more equitably and more profitably, that align financial interests with societal interests, that open up new options, new modes of organizing ourselves in creative partnerships– what do such models look like? How do we bring them about? How do we make them viable? Can tools from social media and other platform technologies be reengineered to help with this task?

These are at once opportunities and challenge made available by blockchain technologies. These are some questions posed by the concept of distributed capital.


Financial technologies on blockchain: WMDs or WMCs?

Are financial derivatives and other powerful financial technologies only weapons of mass destruction, or are they also weapons for mass construction?

How do we approach this question? Can we pry the ontologies of finance from the cultures of finance and see that, at their essence, financial derivatives are topological objects whose plastic mutability is always subject to the operational demands of its users? Or are they always at base perverse, and so we should instead adopt a position of trying to ‘roll back the clock’ to some pre-financial derivatives era? If the latter approach seems self-defeating, is it better to begin tinkering on and with these financial derivatives, to now reverse engineer them – for distributing capital, for creating new equity relations, for using them as weapons for mass construction?


Social architecture of finance

With new technologies come new social architectures, and with them new modes of organization, new methods of collaboration, new manners of self-arranging our affects, attractors, incentives, desires.

We know that blockchain is nascent, that financial technologies are powerful, that social media is pervasive, and that we live in an era of content delivery platforms whose content is produced by its users.

Let us then imagine, image, design, build and deploy recombinations of these new technologies. Let us wager on the abundance of possibility in their divergent evolution.

Let us become operators. Let us create new equity. Let us make finance social.

Now, what should we imagine?


Greetings from Robin!

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Your own investment cooperative! 
Protecting, renewing and expanding the commons

Robin Hood is a counter investment cooperative of the precariat, an activist hedge fund, which bends powers of finance to the production of the common and creation of new economic space. Logging into the brains of the bankers at Wall Street and sharing their means of production with those who don’t normally have access to capital. We do democratisation of finance. 


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