Breakthrough Technologies:

What Do Blockchain and Psychedelics Have in Common? 

Scary to get started with, the deeper you go the more confusing it can get and both may just hold the breakthrough potential for us to make the necessary evolutionary leaps as a species back towards a thriving people and planet. Come sit your firefly lit faces by Brother Gagan Levy’s bonfire and join an epic interactive conversation as thought leaders share the latest evolutionary jumps from these exciting emerging fields that hold so much promise for us individually and collectively. 


This far reaching exhilarating conversation includes:

  • Gagan Jared Levy – Former board Cochair of Social Venture Circle (now American Sustainable Business Network); CEO and Founder of Guru (creative agency); Board of Ram Dass’ Love Serve Remember Foundation; Pink Panda DeFi CoFounder
  • Adam CarltonFounder and CEO of PinkPanda, Adam Carlton believes in the profound and unifying power of community, innovation, digital assets, and decentralized finance. PinkPanda is an intricately designed mobile wallet, for creating a global, user-friendly, socially impactful entryway to decentralized finance(DeFi), NFTs, and the Metaverse. PinkPanda aims to bring financial returns historically reserved for the 1% to the 99%, and have a lot of fun at the same time.
  • Florencia Bollini – Founder & CEO of NANA, the world’s first comprehensive integrative therapy solution for mental health and wellness. It’s an expert system that combines technology, counseling and lifestyle modifications to scale and standardize the preparation, administration, and integration of any psychoactive medicine. NANA is building a content platform and online community to support the psychoactive renaissance, that empowers people to heal and transform their lives, and makes these medicines effective, accessible, and not addictive.
  • Natalie Lyla Ginsberg (Speaker) Natalie Lyla Ginsberg, (MSW) is the Global Impact Officer at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Natalie founded the Policy & Advocacy department at MAPS, and served as its director for 5 years. She also initiated and helped develop MAPS’ Health Equity program. Before joining MAPS in 2014, Natalie worked as a Policy Fellow at the Drug Policy Alliance, where she helped legalize medical cannabis in her home state of New York, and worked to end New York’s race-based marijuana arrests.

“We are sneaking psychedelics back into our society through research like the MDMA research that’s going on, through the research for the use of marijuana for pain, through research with the dying [with psilocybin], and ultimately we will do the same kind of stuff about alcoholism, about prison rehabilitation, so on. I mean, it’s obvious that psychedelics, properly used, have a behavior-change psychotherapeutic value. But from my point of view, that is all underusing the vehicle. The potential of the vehicle is sacramentally to take you out of the cultural constructs which you are part of a conspiracy in maintaining. And giving you a chance to experience once again your innocence.”― Ram Dass (Spiritual Teacher and Author of Be Here Now)

“I think that governments are going to get disrupted by the blockchain. I think in the same way that the Internet forced everyone to evolve, the Blockchain is going to change the game again.” -Adam Draper, Boost VC


A link to the MAPS funding opportunity is here. Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.


Special thanks to our friends at American Sustainable Business Network for hosting this conference. 

Breakthrough Technologies: What do Blockchain and Psychedelics Have in Common?

December 09, 2021

3:00 pm-4:00 pm

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