The best opportunities for liberating social progress arise in times of technological transformation. Yet technologies that emerge from capitalist incentives too often fail to deliver on this promise. More often, they increase our capacity to pursue self-interest and externalize harm, exacerbating our deepest challenges rather than solving them.

So we need to look elsewhere – beyond capitalism and other conventional wisdom – to find real progress and deliver on technology’s true potential. We need better techniques for cooperating across difference: integrating our interests with others, making decisions together, and accepting the legitimacy of compromises.

RadicalxChange focuses on the details of how to do this, with particular attention to institutional innovation:

RadicalxChange Foundation is a 501©(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to democratic innovation and institutional design through operational partnerships and experimental projects between academia, government, art, technology, and beyond.

RadicalxChange chapters are the key organizations of the RxC community. Our chapters around the world develop local hubs for discussions, investigations, and implementations of the next-generation political economies that our community envisions.

Chapters warmly welcome people of all backgrounds and levels of experience. We’re committed to tolerance, respect, and open discussion.


The RadicalxChange Foundation strives to empower people and organizations in the global RxC movement to grow their ideas and initiatives. Feel free to contact us for any RxC related matters, including consultancy work related to democratic innovation or institutional design.

Board members

E. Glen Weyl
Vitalik Buterin
Audrey Tang
Christopher Kulendran Thomas
Anne-Marie Slaughter

Team members

Matt Prewitt President
Alex Randaccio Technical Director
Angela Corpus Director of Media and Partnerships
Jack Henderson Research & Development
Paula Berman Chief Operating Officer


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