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    Vladimir Ponimajushij

    Networker, evangelist, navigator, community, net neutrality
    I was born in 1985, in Moscow. My mom is a math teacher. My dad is a scientist (nuclear physicist). I graduated from the Physics and Mathematics Lyceum. Studied at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute with a degree in particle accelerators and charged beam physics. In 2002 I began to engage in social and civic activity. Participated in the human rights, environmental and anti-fascist movement. I was involved in organizing music festivals, charity events and manifestations against war and dictatorship. I worked in a fund to help prisoners and their families. I was active member of initiative "University for Political Prisoners". Since 2016, I've become interested in blockchain. In 2017, I was co-founder of crypto-bar "Evening School". We was the first bar in Moscow, that accepting BTC, LTC and ETH. I was organizing free "Crypto-economics lessons" - educational events on the topic of blockchain. In 2018, I was studying in Imaguru blockchain school in Minsk. After graduation, I began to create content for the crypto-wallet MULTY. Then I was a designer and navigator in the data-science blockchain project CyberDrop. Then I was a victim of political repressions, because of my civil position. I was arrested, and i was political prisoner in Belarus. Then I was deported to Russia, from where I went to Germany, and then to France. Since February 2020, I am an asylum seeker in France. My documents are pending. All this time I have been actively involved in a large number of projects from the Cosmos Ecosystem. I only get financial support from the Kava project. Other projects never pays me. Everything I do, I do for an idea. I'm Decentralist, Posthumanist, Immortalist and Cosmist by my ideas. I believe in Open Code. I think, that AI and robots are friends, not enemies. I think, that the digital is the same important as the material. I live on the social help of a political refugee. Divorced. I have got a son. He lives with his mother in Belarus.
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    Vladimir Ponimajushij

    Networker, evangelist, navigator, community, net neutrality
    I was born in 1985, in Moscow. My mom is a math teacher. My dad is a scientist (nuclear physicist). I graduated from the Physics and Mathematics Lyceum. Studied at the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute with a degree in particle accelerators and charged beam physics. In 2002 I began to engage in social and civic activity. Participated in the human rights, environmental and anti-fascist movement. I was involved in organizing music festivals, charity events and manifestations against war and dictatorship. I worked in a fund to help prisoners and their families. I was active member of initiative "University for Political Prisoners". Since 2016, I've become interested in blockchain. In 2017, I was co-founder of crypto-bar "Evening School". We was the first bar in Moscow, that accepting BTC, LTC and ETH. I was organizing free "Crypto-economics lessons" - educational events on the topic of blockchain. In 2018, I was studying in Imaguru blockchain school in Minsk. After graduation, I began to create content for the crypto-wallet MULTY. Then I was a designer and navigator in the data-science blockchain project CyberDrop. Then I was a victim of political repressions, because of my civil position. I was arrested, and i was political prisoner in Belarus. Then I was deported to Russia, from where I went to Germany, and then to France. Since February 2020, I am an asylum seeker in France. My documents are pending. All this time I have been actively involved in a large number of projects from the Cosmos Ecosystem. I only get financial support from the Kava project. Other projects never pays me. Everything I do, I do for an idea. I'm Decentralist, Posthumanist, Immortalist and Cosmist by my ideas. I believe in Open Code. I think, that AI and robots are friends, not enemies. I think, that the digital is the same important as the material. I live on the social help of a political refugee. Divorced. I have got a son. He lives with his mother in Belarus.