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Presentation about the Zero State Fund (ZSF)



Rüdiger Koch

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Posted: Nov 17, 2012


In this video, Transhumanist & Zero State member Anu presents plans for the Zero State Fund - a mutual fund intended to raise money for Transhumanist & futuretech-relevant projects. The fund will be launched on November 17th, at an event where people will have the opportunity to offer investment pledges. Please do check out the video and then visit us at zerostate.net to ask any questions you may have.


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