RIAT

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Website https://riat.ac.at
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Description RIAT is an independent institute working with future cryptoeconomics, privacy technologies and open hardware. We are researching and designing the future of decentralisation.
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Subassembly of Assembly:Critical Decentralisation Cluster
Related to Assembly Assembly:Monero, Assembly:RIAT, Assembly:OSHWA, Assembly:FOSSASIA
Tags riat, open hardware, cryptoeconomics, crypto, cryptography
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RIAT is an independent institute working with future cryptoeconomics, privacy technologies and open hardware. We are researching and designing the future of decentralisation.

RIAT is an independent organisation established in Vienna in 2012. It consists of an international network of researchers, developers and experimentalists who seek to advance the adoption of cryptography and privacy technology across disciplines.

We work with experimental technology and open hardware to explore and actively stress-test the role of research and development in the age of zero-trust. Through novel forms of presentation, discussion and publication, we examine the global cryptoeconomic condition and its effects on culture and society. We aim to create an open and interdisciplinary discourse that improves crypto-literacy for the decentralised society of tomorrow.

Our projects:

(more information on projects can be found on our website)