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Universal Basic Income UBI model projects can benefit from a proposed UBI Blockchain based distributed framework implementation to manage and analyse citizens' generated data during its research phase.
As a unique UBI model project grows the UBI Blockchain can also scale itself as a production stack, managing and connecting the lifecycle LCMS of many different UBI ecosystems.
Blockchain platforms has grown in the last few years because of the advantages of its native features such as decentralization, better security, increased capacity, immutability, faster settlement and transparency.
Blockchain is a cryptographically secure list of transactions and it's strength in enabling decentralized computing allows anyone to create Apps – such as Bitcoin or a proposed test UBIcoin, which themselves are decentralized to strengthen social and economic transactions by self-enforcing tools such as smart contracts without high investment into development.
A UBI Blockchain stack can make citizens' generated data available to allow public policy researchers and social innovators to aggregate features as services to address the stacks of the ecosystem of microproblems, mesoproblems and macroproblems of our (network x network) society.
Universal Basic Income is a promise of equal opportunity, not equal outcome. With a new starting line set above the poverty line, the citizen in the UBI Blockchain platform can have control of his/her own citizen-data and advance to have an active role in society, being secure to address microproblems such as sub-hourly tasks or retraining, and from the moment this citizen is caring about his/her self-sovereign identity he/she will be better positioned to face the mesoproblems such as the exponentially advancing technology that is replacing most human labour in the coming decades.
The collaborative nature of a decentralised data and bottom-up agent based participatory architecture in a UBI Blockchain ecosystem can bring researchers together to try innovative UBI model experiments with less costs.

Keywords: UBI, Universal Basic Income, Blockchain, UBI Blockchain, UBIcoin, UBI ecosystem, decentralised architecture, self-sovereign identity, citizen-data

Author: Aramaki, Celso SIngo

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UBI Blockchain - USP São Paulo University - Celso Singo Aramaki NUSP 8074331

  1. 1. 1 UBI Blockchain: a descentralized framework for Universal Basic Income applications Celso Singo Aramaki - Nº USP 807433 USP – Universidade de São Paulo – EACH Escola de Artes,Ciências e Humanidades GPP - Curso de Gestão de Políticas Públicas Course Advisors Profa. Dra Sylmara Lopez – Gestão Ambiental Prof. Dr. José Vaz – Gestão de Políticas Públicas Other Advisors ProfessoresDoutores USP: USP EACH Sistemas de Informação, Marketing, Mestrado em Sistemas Complexos ProfessoresDoutores USP: Incubadora Social Habits – USP Apoio Inter-Disciplinar AlunosUSP: Alunos Mestrandos dos Cursos de Inteligência Artificial e Sistemas de Informações
  2. 2. 2 Universal Basic Income UBI model projects can benefit from a proposed UBI Blockchain based distributed framework implementation to manage and analyse citizens' generated data during its research phase. As a unique UBI model project grows the UBI Blockchain can also scale itself as a production stack, managing and connecting the lifecycle LCMS of many different UBI ecosystems. Blockchain platforms has grown in the last few years because of the advantages of its native features such as decentralization, better security, increased capacity, immutability, faster settlement and transparency. Blockchain is a cryptographically secure list of transactions and it's strength in enabling decentralized computing allows anyone to create Apps – such as Bitcoin or a proposed test UBIcoin, which themselves are decentralized to strengthen social and economic transactions by self-enforcing tools such as smart contracts without high investment into development. A UBI Blockchain stack can make citizens' generated data available to allow public policy researchers and social innovators to aggregate features as services to address the stacks of the ecosystem of microproblems, mesoproblems and macroproblems of our (network x network) society. Universal Basic Income is a promise of equal opportunity, not equal outcome. With a new starting line set above the poverty line, the citizen in the UBI Blockchain platform can have control of his/her own citizen-data and advance to have an active role in society, being secure to address microproblems such as sub-hourly tasks or retraining, and from the moment this citizen is caring about his/her self-sovereign identity he/she will be better positioned to face the mesoproblems such as the exponentially advancing technology that is replacing most human labour in the coming decades. The collaborative nature of a decentralised data and bottom-up agent based participatory architecture in a UBI Blockchain ecosystem can bring researchers together to try innovative UBI model experiments with less costs. Keywords: UBI, Universal Basic Income, Blockchain, UBI Blockchain, UBIcoin, UBI ecosystem, decentralised architecture, self-sovereign identity, citizen-data
  3. 3. WHY UBI ? CITIZEN’S DATA - INNOVATION - FAIRNESS - DATA LCMS SHARING THE NETWORK EFFECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT FUNDERS INEQUALITY: - UBI MODELS - TRACING - SOCIAL - ECONOMIC - ENVIRONMENTAL $ $ SUSTAINABILITY RESEARCHERS DEVELOPERS POLICY MAKERS $ $ $ $ 99 1 UBI Blockchain: a decentralized platform for Universal Basic Income applications WHY BLOCKCHAIN? UBI BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM RESEARCH DATA Blockchain platforms has grown in the last few years because of the advantages of its native features such as decentralization, better security, increased capacity, immutability, faster settlement and transparency. Blockchain is a cryptographically secure list of transactions and it's strength in enabling decentralized computing allows anyone to create Apps – such as Bitcoin or a proposed test UBIcoin, which themselves are decentralized to strengthen social and economic transactions by self-enforcing tools such as smart contracts. Universal Basic Income is a promise of equal opportunity, not equal outcome. With a new starting line set above the poverty line, the citizen in the UBI Blockchain platform can have control of his/her own citizen-data and advance to have an active role in society, being secure to address microproblems such as sub-hourly tasks or retraining, and from the moment this citizen is caring about his/her self-sovereign identity he/she will be better positioned to face the mesoproblems such as the exponentially advancing technology that is replacing most human labour in the coming decades. Universal Basic Income UBI model projects can benefit from a proposed UBI Blockchain based distributed framework implementa- tion to manage and analyse citizens' generated data during its research phase. As a unique UBI model project grows the UBI Blockchain can also scale itself as a production stack, managing and connecting the Lifecycle Management Systems LCMS of many different UBI ecosystems. A UBI Blockchain stack can make citizens' generated data available to allow public policy researchers and social innovators to agregate features as services to address the stacks of the ecosystem of microproblems, mesoproblems and macroproblems of our (network x network) society. The collaborative nature of a decentralised data and bottom-up agent based participatory architecture in a UBI Blockchain ecosys- tem can bring researchers together to try innovative UBI model experiments with less costs. Keywords: UBI, Universal Basic Income, Blockchain, UBI Blockchain, UBIcoin, UBI ecosystem, decentralised architecture, self-sovereign identity, citizen-data "UBI Blockchain: a decentralized framework for Universal Basic Income applications" is part of the presentation from students from USP – Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil – EACH Escola de Artes, Ciências e Humanidades GPP - Curso de Gestão de Políticas Públicas / Public Policy Management Course for the BIEN Basic Income Earth Network 17th BIEN Congress, Portugal “Implementing a Basic Income” to be held on 25-27 September 2017, ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management, University of Lisbon, Portugal http://basicincome.org/17th-bien-congress-portugal/ Universidade de São Paulo EACH - Escola de Artes, Ciências e Humanidades http://www5.usp.br/ Celso Singo Aramaki NUSP 8074331 July 2017 celso.aramaki@usp.br SUSTAINABILITY SOCIAL DESIGN: - TRANSPARENT - DECENTRALIZED
  4. 4. 3 Bibliography: Catalini, Christian - How Blockchain Applications Will Move Beyond Finance - March 02, 2017 - Online Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/2017/03/how-blockchain-applications-will-move-beyond-finance Tapscott, Don; Tapscott, Alex - Realizing the Potential of Blockchain - A Multistakeholder Approach to the Stewardship of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies - World Economic Forum WEF, June 2017 www.weforum.org White Paper, Ethereum Wiki - A Next-Generation Smart Contract and Decentralized Application Platform- April 02, 2017 – GitHub - Ethereum https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/White-Paper

Universal Basic Income UBI model projects can benefit from a proposed UBI Blockchain based distributed framework implementation to manage and analyse citizens' generated data during its research phase. As a unique UBI model project grows the UBI Blockchain can also scale itself as a production stack, managing and connecting the lifecycle LCMS of many different UBI ecosystems. Blockchain platforms has grown in the last few years because of the advantages of its native features such as decentralization, better security, increased capacity, immutability, faster settlement and transparency. Blockchain is a cryptographically secure list of transactions and it's strength in enabling decentralized computing allows anyone to create Apps – such as Bitcoin or a proposed test UBIcoin, which themselves are decentralized to strengthen social and economic transactions by self-enforcing tools such as smart contracts without high investment into development. A UBI Blockchain stack can make citizens' generated data available to allow public policy researchers and social innovators to aggregate features as services to address the stacks of the ecosystem of microproblems, mesoproblems and macroproblems of our (network x network) society. Universal Basic Income is a promise of equal opportunity, not equal outcome. With a new starting line set above the poverty line, the citizen in the UBI Blockchain platform can have control of his/her own citizen-data and advance to have an active role in society, being secure to address microproblems such as sub-hourly tasks or retraining, and from the moment this citizen is caring about his/her self-sovereign identity he/she will be better positioned to face the mesoproblems such as the exponentially advancing technology that is replacing most human labour in the coming decades. The collaborative nature of a decentralised data and bottom-up agent based participatory architecture in a UBI Blockchain ecosystem can bring researchers together to try innovative UBI model experiments with less costs. Keywords: UBI, Universal Basic Income, Blockchain, UBI Blockchain, UBIcoin, UBI ecosystem, decentralised architecture, self-sovereign identity, citizen-data Author: Aramaki, Celso SIngo

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