The Litecoin community is celebrating its 10th Anniversary! A milestone in the history of the cryptocurrency industry. To commemorate this occasion the Litecoin Foundation curated a collection for it’s first ever NFT drop. 10 NFTs, made by 10 artists from all around the world, who are part of the Litecoin community and have been handpicked by Foundation, helping to celebrate our anniversary through their own very unique artistic styles.
See the other pieces in this collection and read about the artists at: https://litecoin-foundation.org/litecoin-10-year-anniversary-collection/
The 34 individuals presented in this report are the marketing managers who not only rose to the occasion, but launched it out of the stratosphere. Their strategies proved to increase exposure for their blockchain network on social media, which translated into growth in their company’s fundamental health data.
Blockchain marketers face a very unique challenge. Not only do they have to compete with thousands of other platforms to attract a limited set of developers, but they also have to raise awareness about nascent (but powerful!) technology that the mainstream still associates with hackers and criminal activity. To top it off, they have to grow this product globally from the get-go, to keep the network decentralized. All that, without any playbook of course.
Flipside Crypto collaborated with the Tie to identify these gamechangers, whose organizations were measured by the lift in FCAS Rating, which indicates user and developer activity as well as overall market risk, and growth in Twitter mentions across 2020.
Legendary Space Leader and Innovator to Accept Honor at Austin Space Conference Nov. 5
New Worlds announced today that Dr. PeteWorden will be the recipient of the inaugural Space Cowboy Award to be presented at the first annual Space Cowboy Gala Nov. 5 at the Austin Renaissance Hotel. Dr. Worden will be honored for his role in pioneering and supporting the technologies, concepts and innovators which created the New Space revolution or Frontier Movement, made familiar to the public in the projects of Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and the new generation of commercial space companies opening space to human settlement.
“Pete is a one of a kind disruptor and leader in the space community, a guy who doesn’t take credit but deserves a lot,” said Rick Tumlinson, Co-founder of New Worlds. “He has worked for decades within the government and now outside of it to both make things happen and to support others to do so. The entire space revolution now underway has his fingerprints on it, and many of the projects and companies who are paving the way into space either got their start, their ideas, their technologies or their first shot from Pete or an organization he helped create.”
The Space Cowboy Award is presented to that person who has ridden out ahead of their field or community and made significant contributions to the opening of the frontier. Their work, spirit and legacy have helped tame technologies, broken down the risks or driven forward the culture or community in the name of settlement. The Space Cowboy is an individual—sometimes a loner, always a leader—who is always ranging far ahead of their peers, calling out challenges and drawing on their imaginations, talent and grit to blaze a trail into the future.
“The sorts of projects Pete has led or supported are exactly those we need to be able to get to and from space efficiently and cheaply--and to be able to live and work there when we do,” said Dr. Phil Metzger, New Worlds Research Director and professor of Astrophysics at the University of Central Florida. “He has an in depth understanding of what we need to do the job, and without fanfare he puts together the teams and people to make it happen, over and over again.”
Dr. Worden’s resume is exhaustive. Notably, he put together the Clementine lunar probe mission that helped verify the existence of water on the poles of the Moon. Pete also led the U.S. Air Force’s DC-X vertical take off and landing program in the 1990s that paved the way for the systems now being used by Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezo’s Blue Origin and others. He then became a Congressional Fellow, followed by assuming the role of Center Director at Silicon Valley’s NASA Ames Research Center. Under his leadership Ames became a center and incubator for innovative new space companies and projects, giving an early home to such companies as Moon Express (the first commercial company to get permission to fly to the Moon), Made in Space (the first company to fly a 3D printer in space), Deep Space Industries (one of the world’s first asteroid resource companies), Singularity University and many others.
Pushing the boundaries of human experience and exploration even further, Dr. Worden now heads the Breakthrough Prize Foundation based in Mountain View, California. The organization is developing the technologies to send the first mission to another Solar System while supporting a wide array of innovative space activities around the globe.
The award will be presented at the First Annual Space Cowboy Gala and Ball, to be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Austin, Texas on November 5th as part of the New Worlds Conference and Symposium. The Gala is a fundraiser for New World’s educational initiatives and will feature space themed costumes, music and dancing. Festivities will begin at 7 p.m. The Space Settlement Symposium runs Friday and Saturday, November 4th and 5th at the Renaissance Austin Hotel. Dr. Worden is also the featured guest of the Conference’s “Let’s Do Launch” VIP Luncheon event on Saturday Nov. 5 at 12:30, where he will discuss the Breakthrough Foundation and its planned interstellar missions.
YOU ARE HEREBY INVITED TO HELP CREATE THE FUTURE
Within 25 years the first colonists will arrive at the New Worlds of space. How will they survive? How will they thrive? For two days this fall, world class scientists, experts and engineers will explain, discuss and debate the challenges and solutions facing those who will go out there.
Old ideas will be challenged.
New ideas will be presented for the first time.
Government explorers will tell us their plans.
Entrepreneurs and financial experts will talk about new businesses and ways to pay for these new communities.
Over 500 high school kids will design their own cities to be built on the Moon and Mars.
Makers will show us how they will make what we need to live.
Artists will show us what it will be like.
New Worlds are about to open.
The New Worlds Institute has announced their top speakers for the upcoming conference in Austin, TX at Palmer Events Center on October 16 & 17, 2015. Featuring ‘Star Talks’ from commercial space industry leaders, NASA professionals, STEAM Education specialists, and diverse scientific fields, conference attendees will engage with the people, companies and institutions poised to open the space frontier for human development and settlement.
New Worlds Conference 2015 Speakers: Sir Richard Garriott. Vice Chairman of Space Adventures; trustee and “New Spirit” member of the XPRIZE Foundation; and active member of The Explorers Club. Garriott invested in the Zero G Corporation and SPACEHAB (now Astrotech Corporation); explored the Titanic on the ocean floor; and in October 2008, he became the first second generation American (and son of an astronaut) in space, spending twelve days aboard the ISS, performing scientific research and educational outreach, upon which a documentary was filmed — ‘Man on a Mission: Richard Garriott’s Road to the Stars’.
Jeff Greason, Chief Technology Officer and Chairman of the Board, XCOR Aerospace; Co-Founder and Vice Chairman, Personal Spaceflight Federation; serves the Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC) RLV working group. With nearly 20 years’ experience managing innovative technical project teams at XCOR Aerospace, Rotary Rocket Company (RRC), and Intel Corporation, Greason leads an engineering team that has developed 11 different long life, highly reusable, liquid-fueled rocket engines. Under Jeff’s leadership the company is currently developing the Lynx Mark I suborbital spacecraft, and has developed two generations of piloted reusable rocket aircraft: the EZ-Rocket was flown 26 times, and the X-Racer flew 40 times without mishap. In July 2003, Jeff testified before the joint House/Senate subcommittee hearings on “Commercial Human Spaceflight” that addressed the transition from aircraft regulation to launch vehicle regulation for suborbital vehicles, and 2009 he was named to President Obama’s Human Space Flight Review Committee (Augustine Committee). Greason holds 22 U.S. patents and graduated with honors from California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
This time we go together. This time we take it from no one. This time we give it to everyone.
Robyn Gatens, Deputy Director and NASA:Technology Demonstration Lead at NASA HQ ISS Division, Robyn will bring expertise in overseeing life support subsystems from waste, water, and atmosphere management. Gatens’ role is instrumental regarding humanity’s primary orbiting outpost alongside the knowledge we’re gaining and applying toward long duration, self-sustaining habitation.
Bill Bruner, Civil/Commercial Space Relationship Manager at Lawrence Livermore National Security; serves as the Principal point of contact for strategic relationships with private sector space companies, including NASA and other other government agencies with missions in space. Bruner is also responsible for establishing a new launch vehicle and suborbital applications line of business at a Federally Funded Research and Development Center.
Rick Tumlinson, Founder of commercial space suit company Orbital Outfitters; co-founder of the Space Frontier Foundation, Texas Space Alliance; and Chairman of the Board for Deep Space Industries, EarthLight Foundation(ELF), and New Worlds Institute, Tumlinson led the team which took over the Russian Mir Space Station as the world’s first commercial space facility (documented in the film “Orphans of Apollo”). Rick is also a contributing member of The Overview Institute, whose directive is communicated by the Planetary Collective film ‘OVERVIEW’. In 2015, Rick championed the First Pioneering Space National Summit; and on the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11, set forth the Space Declaration regarding a national effort to develop beyond Low Earth Orbit and expand the human presence in space for the purpose of migration and settlement. Rick will be hosting the New Worlds Conference 2015.
Wanted: Space Settlers. New Worlds 2015 Conference to Focus on Colonizing the Moon, Mars and Free Space
The New Worlds Institute announced today it’s inaugural event, to be held in the Palmer Event Center in Austin, Texas October 16–17. New Worlds 2015 is a different kind of space event. The renaissance affair will be a conference, a gathering of minds, a series of workshops, an art exhibit, a cultural experience, a concert, and most importantly, it will be an all-inclusive discussion about humanity’s future as we migrate to new worlds.
The core premise of the event and the organization is that the first settlers of the Solar System are alive right now, and it is time to begin to focus on the technologies, tools and culture they will need to open the frontier. This is the purpose of New Worlds 2015.
“New Worlds 2015 is going to be something new in the space field, something that steps out of the airlock of what a space event is supposed to be,” said Rick Tumlinson, Founder of the New Worlds Institute. “Our goal is to take the serious core of science and engineering we will need to build new communities in space and wrap it in a cultural experience that is fun, challenging and generally mind blowing.”
Recently billionaires such as Jeff Bezos of Amazon, PayPal billionaire Elon Musk, Paul Allen of MicroSoft, Richard Branson and many others have begun to build spaceships designed to carry regular people into space. Some such as Musk declare outright that they intend to put the first settlers on Mars. Joining them are national entities like the United Arab Emirates who just announced a multi-billion dollar space program aimed at the Red Planet, China which is designing its own Moon base plans, and other countries and projects to be announced soon. NASA is also rapidly moving towards supporting the opening of space to citizens as a focus of its human spaceflight program.
“New Worlds 2015 is going to be something new in the space field, something that steps out of the airlock of what a space event is supposed to be.” — Rick Tumlinson | Chairman of the Board, New Worlds InstituteElon Musk says he’ll be landing on Mars by 2030,” Meagan Crawford, New Worlds Executive Director added. She continued: “The premise of the Institute and New Worlds Conference is that while these bright minds work to build new space ships to carry people out into space, someone needs to focus on what we will do when we get there — how we will live, prosper and create the next level of human civilization.”
Featured talks on colonizing the Moon, Mars and Free Space, space solar power, the space station and its relevance to colonizing the solar system will join presentations by New Space start ups and businesses leaders working to create a space economy. Stories from real space fliers and astronauts will be interspersed between sessions by top experts in such areas as biology, engineering, design, science and space systems. Short, high-level talks on such things as life extension, farming on Mars, the military in space, and genetic engineering will round out the event. On Friday parallel events will include workshops on crowdsourcing settlement solutions, empowering women in space and other important aspects of the space revolution.
“The age of human space exploration is just beginning and this event is a sampler of the different ideas and opportunities the Institute will be looking to cultivate, It’s a starting point for professionals and students to tell the community their dreams” said Jay Milla, Executive Producer of the event. “We’re also including art, music and various workshops for people to ‘think tank’ what is to come. Your crazy idea is welcome here!”
New Worlds 2015 will feature a student competition called “Cities in Space” in which middle and high school students will create 3D or video models of a 10,000 person colony. Students of all ages are encouraged to attend and participate in both the conference sessions and the cultural events such as the art show and the concert. The New Worlds Institute is offering extreme discounts to students, with prices starting at just $15 a day, to encourage the active participation of the future space settlers. Students are encouraged register now to reserve this special discounted price.
While the Institute itself intends to focus on serious research into the technologies and engineering challenges needed to create real human cities in space, the group believes that there also needs to be a cultural element included in what it calls the “breakout”. Thus the event will feature such unusual elements as an art show and a rock concert/dance party featuring the techno-rock band Arc Attack, known for using Tesla coils and amazing lightning effects in its show, complimented by performance artists Nadis Warriors and The Clergy.
“New Worlds 2015 is an experiment, said Tumlinson. Space has been boring too long. Our goal is to plant the seeds of a new and dynamic space culture that will begin to grow in the years ahead so those who will literally build the first human space colonies can be ready when the ships are are ready to carry them out there. It may sound crazy, just as 20 years before the MayFlower saying you might go across the ocean and start a new community in that New World sounded crazy. But it will also be incredibly fun.”The New Worlds Institute is producing this event as the first in a series of social gatherings and conferences meant to engage the public, the business world and the scientific community in a constructive dialog about not just how we get there, but how we stay. The two-day event will highlight concepts and ideas about building the first human communities on the Moon, Mars and in the free space between worlds.
This time we go together.
This time we take it from no one.
This time we give it to everyone.
Register now to reserve our special early bird pricing of just $275 for both days (including lunch and admission to the Lift Off! concert on Friday night).Click here to learn more about the event, including location details,speakers, discussion topics, the student competition and more. VIP packages and small business sponsorship opportunities are available online or by contacting us directly. Please contact us to learn more about our corporate level sponsorship options and partnership opportunities.
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