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Researching adoption in blockchain & decentralisation

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Decentralised Generation

After Gen X, characterised by big societal shifts, Gen Y (better known as millennials), and the digital native Gen Z, we’re seeing a new generation that is growing up in a future shaped by different dynamics and technological developments. This creates opportunities for borders to fade and traditional networks to decentralise.


The dGen Research Initiative

To understand apparent unconnected societal and technological developments and how their combined occurrence is creating a decentralised generation, dGen is studying their movements to provide our members with concise insights.

The market intelligence we distill in our reports is fueled by members and researchers. Our members share their industry perspective, but can also contribute to the report publication schedule, participate in events, and support our overarching goal of navigating the strategic opportunities and implications that blockchain technology and decentralisation will have on society and key industries. That’s how we prepare for the decentralised generation.



Smart Cities: Improving Mobility in Berlin Through Decentralisation

Five years after the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, emission targets appear unachievable; transportation remains a leading polluter, and private cars are still the main mode of transportation. Despite a good public transportation network in Berlin, benchmarks on emissions and air quality are not met; threatening not just the environment but also residents' health.

Blockchain has the ability to foster cross-organisational sharing between competing companies, as it does not require established trust; can these technologies make public transportation more efficient and the most attractive options for commuters?

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dGen is an independent non-profit research institute. We focus on how emerging technology can contribute to a decentralised future in Europe and what this might mean for people, society, private entities, and the public sector over the coming decades.

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