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The Byzantine Generalization Problem: Subtle Strategy in the Context of Blockchain Governance

Who is responsible for making the decision on how to make decisions? Researcher Kei Kreutler analyzes the decentralized, consensus-driven decision processes implemented in blockchain technologies from a more general perspective of governance. Such an approach allows for a more nuanced negotiation of agency, power, and stakes in decision processes for both technical and social organization.

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Kei Kreutler


Kei Kreutler is a researcher interested in how cultural narratives of technologies shape their use. She is Strategy Director at Gnosis, building blockchain-based prediction market platforms and decentralized exchange protocols. Her project-based practice spans disciplines, from engagement with open source space technologies to synthetic biology research. At Strelka Institute, she co-founded Patternist, a sci-fi augmented reality game. Previously, she contributed to unMonastery, an initiative for networked living spaces inspired by monastic rule as early design patterns. Her work focuses on organizational design and utopian conspiracies.