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The blockchain is hot. But without strong ethics, the technology could face the same backlash already rocking the tech world. To help integrate ethics into blockchain applications, the Beeck Center, a center for social-innovation at Georgetown University, has released Blockchain for Ethical Design Framework, with support from the Rockefeller Foundation. The group says blockchain developers can mitigate

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! Featured: ImpactAlpha Original “Conventional” investors – like Blackrock – boost impact investing’s annual tally. The arrival of “conventional” investors has long been anticipated as a marker that impact investing had gone “mainstream.” Now they’re here. The Global Impact Investing Network found $228 billion in impact assets among 229 investors in this year’s

ImpactAlpha, June 5 – ConsenSys, the Brooklyn startup behind the Ethereum blockchain platform, and PeaceTech Lab convened in Washington, D.C. to debate the potential for blockchain applications to improve everything from delivery of refugee aid to supply chain transparency to media credential verification to impact reporting. Here’s the video stream. ImpactAlpha has come across a

Happy Friday, ImpactAlpha readers! We’re in Philadelphia today for the two-day Total Impact conference hosted by the Good Capital Project and ImpactPHL. Yesterday was all about preparing financial advisors for the flood of client interest in impact investing. “If you’re a financial advisor and you’re not offering impact, you’re behind the curve and soon you’ll be obsolete,” said

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! Featured: ImpactAlpha Original Deals lag hype in ‘Blockchain for Good’ investments. For all the promise of blockchain-enabled technologies to solve a variety of global challenges, actual investments in “blockchain for good” ventures have been slow to emerge. As excitement has grown, so have forecasts of blockchain solutions to identification and migration, supply

With David Bank. ImpactAlpha, April 24 – “Show me the deals.” For all the promise of blockchain-enabled technologies to solve a variety of global challenges, investors say actual investments in “blockchain for good” ventures have been slow to emerge. The market frenzy around bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies put blockchain on the map. Blockchain, essentially a distributed,

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: 2030 Finance European supertankers of finance chart a course to a different future.Among the supertankers of global finance that have started to shift toward sustainable investing are California public pension funds, Australian and New Zealand “superannuation,” or retiree, funds, insurance and reinsurance funds and sovereign wealth funds, particularly Norway’s, which with nearly