Episode 97 · 2 months ago
Hashing It Out # 97- CirclesUBI- Sarah Friend
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Sarah Friend is one of two developers working on Circles UBI. Circles is a
basic income project that seeks to build local economic communities.
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**Links** https://storj.io/ https://github.com/Storj/
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