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On February 3, 2018, the world-bridging CryptoPsychedelic Summit brought leaders in blockchain and psychedelic science together to the gorgeous beaches of Tulum, Mexico.

Three years later, we’ll be streaming for the first time the 2018 Tulum videos and bringing back panelists to reflect on what remains true and what’s changed.

This event takes place in 3 parts, featuring all 6 panels from Tulum and 3 live reflection + Q&A sessions (schedule below).

The CryptoPsychedelic Flashback is presented by Psychedelic Seminars & Tam Integration.

Ticketing

We offer this event series in the Gift Model.

You may choose to pay whatever price feels right for you, considering both your personal financial situation as well as your feeling of value and gratitude. You may pay what a typical event series like this costs, or you may choose more, less, or even free. Regardless of your financial means, we want you to participate. We trust in your generosity to support us continuing this work and keeping it accessible. Thank you!

The original conference in Tulum was priced at tiers from $200 to $1,000.

To sponsor, reach out to info@psychsems.com

Crypto addresses:

BTC
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ETH & ERC-20 tokens
0x32B658b0C68F73E5670564bE55b8E561b2cc8104

BCH
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XMR
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DASH
XpGFiJbouZMf3pHG1yxdhRkcaqqqy98Jsr

DOGE
DQdrqRXMsLmpEy9RHe1io1ypShCjGWbMsM

Schedule

February 7, 2021: Psychedelics

1:00 pm PST / 4:00 pm EST

Intro

Mike Margolies of Psychedelic Seminars & Daniel Shankin of Tam Integration

1:10 pm PST / 4:10 pm EST

Panel 1: Psychedelic Research

What is the current state of psychedelic research and medicine? How does the current science inform where we go next? What are the biggest roadblocks and opportunities?

Featuring:

Alan Kooi Davis, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Sara Gael, MAPS therapist & Zendo Project Director
Dennis McKenna, PhD, enthopharmacologist & author
Joe Tafur, MD, physician, ayahuascero, & author
Neşe Devenot, PhD, postdoctoral fellow in digital humanities
Moderated by Katherine MacLean, PhD, psychedelic researcher

2:00 pm PST / 5:00 pm EST

Panel 2: Psychedelic Advocacy

How can we bridge psychedelic science to the larger framework of drug policy reform?

Featuring:

Brun González, International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD)
Oriana Mayorga, community organizer
Ifetayo Harvey, Drug Policy Alliance
Betty Aldworth, Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
Mike Margolies, Psychedelic Seminars
Moderated by Ismail Ali, MAPS

3:00 pm PST / 6:00 pm EST

Live Reflections + Q&A with:

Sara Gael, Oriana Mayorga, Betty Aldworth, Ismail Ali, Mike Margolies

March 7, 2021: Crypto

1:00 pm PST / 4:00 pm EST

Panel 3: Demystifying Decentralization

What is a blockchain? What are ICOs? What are community currencies?

Featuring:

Ameer Rosic, BlockGeeks
Shannon Ewing, Presearch
Alexander Salkeld, blockchain educator
Moderated by Liana Gillooly, psychedelic activist

2:00 pm PST / 5:00 pm EST

Panel 4: Implications of Blockchain/Crypto Technology

How do ICOs and the internet of money change the process of fundraising for topics that cannot be funded by institutional money? What types of projects or initiatives can be funded this way? What does the future of companies and science funded via tokens look like?

Featuring:

Vinay Gupta, Ethereum
Jake Vartanian, Cryptodex and Native
Max Borders, Social Evolution and Voice & Exit
Gary Lachance, Decentralized Dance Party
Moderated by Chelsea Palmer, blockchain educator

3:00 pm PST / 6:00 pm EST

Live Reflections + Q&A with:

Shannon Ewing, Alexander Salkeld, Vinay Gupta, Jake Vartanian, Max Borders, Gary Lachance, Chelsea Palmer

April 11, 2021: CryptoPsychedelics

1:00 pm PDT / 4:00 pm EDT

Panel 5: CryptoPsychedelics, Health and Healing

An exploration of the intersection of crypto and psychedelic through the lens of health and healing. How can these technologies support psychedelic research, advocacy, and treatment? What are potential pitfalls? Being that it is ultimately mind manifested, what does blockchain technology teach us about our own consciousness?

Featuring:

Liana Gillooly, psychedelic activist
Natalie Ginsberg, MAPS
Patrick Kroupa, hacker and ibogaine activist
Sterlin Lujan, Bitcoin.com
Moderated by Daniel Shankin, Tam Integration

2:00 pm PDT / 5:00 pm EDT

Panel 6: Visioning the Future in Psychedelics and Blockchain

Where do we go from here?

Featuring:

Matt McKibbin, DecentraNet
Khaliya, public health specialist
Merete Christiansen, MAPS
Brian Viveiros, Psymposia
Moderated by Sterlin Lujan, Bitcoin.com

3:00 pm PDT / 6:00pm EDT

Live Reflections + Q&A with:

Patrick Kroupa, Sterlin Lujan, Khaliya, Matt McKibbin, Daniel Shankin