What's that? Anna asked. "It's anything you want it to be," said Ted the Tokenmaker. "But that's not a thing," said Anna. "That's the magic of crypto," said Olly the Optimist, "the more people believe in these, the more they are.What makes a game a “blockchain game”? A simple definition: some part of the state of the game is stored on a blockchain and is therefore publicly visible. Think chess or tic-tac-toe: each move is a state change on a publicly visible ledger.The year was 2020. An epidemic swept across the globe, driving all human life indoors. Unrest concerning police action and longstanding racial inequality in the US drove the very same back into the streets. Like cattle, driven back and forth we were, with global sociopolitical and health trends our ranger.I wrote this paper as a course paper in sustainability and innovation at the University of Oslo. In the section before the conclusion I propose an original (possibly not, but I didn't find it elsewhere) system for coordinating government agreements around international policy.23 books, 3 unfinished with no intention to finish anytime soon. 5 fiction, 18 nonfiction (would it be cheeky to count The Little Bitcoin Book as fiction?) Trends: non-fiction especially about business, identity, and climate science early on Biographies and Neal Stephenson towards the end I'll give a couple sentences of my thoughts about each book and a rating out of 10.Review Rating: 7/10* (9/10 for the first six chapters) AI Superpowers is an China-optimistic perspective from a Chinese venture capitalist on the state of advancing competition between China and the rest of the world, which one might (understandably) believe was only Silicon Valley after having read this book.Introduction “The speed with which human rights has penetrated every corner of the globe is astounding. Compared to human rights, no other system of universal values has spread so far so fast…. In what amounts to a historical blink of the eye, the idea of human rights has become the lingua franca of international morality” (Normand 8).