Carpe Verum


Carpe Verum was the initiative of Mayssam Daaboul. Our collaboration began in 2018 when he was writing his thesis on the ethics of the P2P decentralized economy. Mayssam acquired hands-on experience with commons-based peer production within the Sensorica network, contributing to Greens for Good venture. Currently, he is a moderator, mentor and affiliate of Sensorica OVN. Carpe Verum was born in the midst of a dire economic situation in Lebanon with the aim to reimagine the 4th Sector economy as a strategy aimed to reduce the country's economic troubles.
Tiberius Brastaviceanu
Studies the effect of the new technology on power structure.
As founder of the P2P Foundation, a global observatory of peer to peer practices in every domain of human endeavor, I have been able to work with Carpe Verum, researching the intersection of network dynamics and business practices. The work on the creation of a Fourth Sector of the economy, which is neither for-profit nor non-profit, but rather a mutually aligned ecosystem of partners that can jointly achieve economic and social goals, is an idea whose time has come.
Michel Bauwens
A Leading theorist in the emerging field of Peer to Peer.