The current Internet is controlled by large corporations that see users as a product. The new Internet should be responsible and democratized, protecting individual privacy, neutrality, and security.
The Internet should be inclusive to all of humanity. We are building a collectively-owned (farmers) Internet that is deployed everywhere and accessible to all, not just in datacenters or high-income countries.
The Internet is currently run by a handful of large companies who benefit financially from our data . Everyone should be able to enjoy a return for participating and sharing Internet capacity while maintaining our data privacy.
Kristof is a motivated entrepreneur, having founded more than 10 companies (6 sold) in storage, automation, and cloud computing. More importantly, though, he is a humanist – passionate to help make the world a better place through building technology for all to use.
Reem believes that technology is the key to making the world a little bit better and greener. So after studying Digital Media Engineering Technology and Computer Science she joined ThreeFold in the pursuit of making the world a nicer place through lines of code.
Originating out of Zimbabwe, Chris is passionate about seeing Africa transform into a world-first digital economy. For him, the macroeconomic and social impact ThreeFold can impart within emerging markets is unprecedented and can revolutionize many sectors & uplift nations.
Sam believes in following momentum, & momentum led him to ThreeFold. "The movement represents a new frontier, a new mindset, and a better, more fair & honest way forward. We have the opportunity & ability to have great, positive, and widespread impact on the world."
Sabrina is a firm believer in equality and fairness. She believes that everyone should be treated the same, regardless of where you were born, where you live or who you are. Everyone should be given the same opportunities in life, and with ThreeFold we can help reach that goal by creating a digital world without borders nor geographical discrimination.
For Weynand, the Internet is where the next generation will expand their minds and innovate. He experienced this first-hand when his son outsmarted him by learning online how to boil an egg in a microwave. Such learning ability should be available globally, sustainably and efficiently.