Existing accrediting methods are expensive, physical, vague, and static. Society needs a cheap, digital, granular and dynamic way to accredit knowledge. We are looking for that way.
We are asking some big questions: if any of our actions can be examined, why have exams? If any of those actions can be tied to us, why have costly, selective proctoring intermederies like colleges? If assessment can be freed from the constraints of exams and the cost of physical proctors, can't assessment be dynamic? And if assessment can be dynamic, can't credentials be too? 
Accrediting knowledge is expensive because it is a physical process and it is a physical process because that’s what made sense in the analog world. A digital method of accrediting knowledge, that can be trusted at scale, has yet to emerge. We’re trying to build it.
A digital accrediting method would remove the phycial contraint and in turn the high cost. Without physical and cost contraints, accrediting knowledge can go from being static and finite, with exams, to being dynamic and continuous. Broad sets of actions performed everyday can be used to signal what you know, instead of narrow sets of actions performed at one time and place.
The way we accredit knowledge is expensive, physical, static and finite. It should be cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous. Why isn’t it? Accrediting knowledge is expensive because it’s a physical process. It is a physical process because that’s what made sense in the analog world. A digital method of accrediting knowledge, that can be trusted at scale, has yet to emerge. We’re trying to build it. A trustable digital accrediting method would not only allow cheap credentials, but dynamic credentials too. Credentials that change and grow as your mind does. Without the contraints of cost and locaiton, credentials can be built using real actions performed in the real world, instead of exams that happen once. 
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The way we accredit knowledge is expensive, physical, static and finite. It should be cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous. Why isn’t it? 
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The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. We are trying to create a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative.
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We’re building a proof of concept for a digital accrediting method, that can be trusted at scale.
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A digital way of accrediting knowledge would remove limiting factors of analog methods. Costs could come down to 0 and standardized, finite exam based assessment could be replaced with continuous dynamic assessment. This would allow credentials that change along with our abilities, built from actions performed everyday. 
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The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. We are trying to create a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative.
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The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. We are trying to create a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative.
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We’re building a proof of concept for a digital accrediting method, that can be trusted at scale. Cost of education v. Credentials Dynamic v. Static Credentials
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A digital way of accrediting knowledge would remove limiting factors of analog methods. Costs would come down and standardized, finite, exam based assessment could be replaced with continuous dynamic assessment. This would allow for dynamic credentials that change along with our abilities, built from actions performed everyday. 
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The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. The world really needs a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative.
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The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. We desperately need a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative. A digital way of accrediting knowledge would remove limiting factors of analog methods. Costs could come down and standardized, finite exam based assessment could be replaced with continuous dynamic assessment. This would allow for dynamic credentials that change along with our abilities, built from actions performed everyday.  If any of our actions can be examined, why have exams? If all our actions can be tied to us, why have accrediting trusted 3rd parties? If the way we are assessed can be dynamic, why can't credentials be dynamic too?
See the Pen particles.js by Louis Anslow (@Omosanzalette) on CodePen.
The way the world accredits knowledge is expensive, analog, static and finite. We desperately need a cheap, digital, dynamic and continuous alternative. A digital way of accrediting knowledge would remove limiting factors of analog methods. Costs could come down and standardized, finite exam based assessment could be replaced with continuous dynamic assessment. This would allow for dynamic credentials that change along with our abilities, built from actions performed everyday.  If any of our actions can be examined, why have exams? If all our actions can be tied to us, why have accrediting trusted 3rd parties? If the way we are assessed can be dynamic, why can't credentials be dynamic too?