Overview of Po.et

  • Po.et builds a bridge between creators and publishers and enables the discovery of new content and verification, authenticity and authorization of generated content through a truly transparent and timestamped system of attribution.
  • Po.et started its roadmap by developing an open-source software based on the Bitcoin blockchain for data attribution and content timestamps.
  • Po.et is a set of decentralized protocols and applications focused on content ownership, discovery, and monetization in media.
  • Po.et is a shared, open, universal ledger designed to record metadata and ownership information for digital creative assets.
  • Po.et has committed to locking up its MAD and POE into these liquidity pools and staking them for the new MadNetwork.
  • Po.et is a continuation of Proof of Existence, the first non-financial application of the blockchain.
  • Po.et tried Ethereum, however, it faced significant scaling, storage, and transaction fee issues.
  • Po.et is based in Singapore and the United States, with offices in Nashville and New York.
  • Po.et (POE) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ethereum platform.
  • Po.et struggled in implementing their solution and decided to move to Echo.
  • Blockchain

    Po.et — Proof of Existence 2.0 is a Bitcoin blockchain protocol that establishes an open, universal and immutable ledger for managing the ownership, attribution and licensing of creative digital assets.For more information about Po.et, please visit po.et.


    The Po.et team plans to continue to update their roadmap with Mad, focusing on making the Mad data network a success, driving usage, and letting the POE token serve in that ecosystem.The POE and MAD tokens and the liquidity pool shares will play a staking and eventually governance role in the Mad ecosystem.

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    Who is Arlington’s current Poet Laureate?

    Award-winning poet and Marymount University professor Holly Karapetkova has been selected as the second Poet Laureate of Arlington County.Holly Karapetkova is the author of two award-winning books of poetry, Towline, winner of the Vern Rutsala Poetry Prize from Cloudbank Books, and Words We Might One Day Say, winner of the Washington Writers’ Publishing House Prize for Poetry.Her poetry, prose, and translations have appeared recently in The Southern Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Blackbird, Poetry Northwest, and many other places.She is a professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at Marymount University in Arlington where she lives with her husband and two children.

    Who do I contact for more information about the Poet Laureate program?

    For information or questions about the Poet Laureate program please contact Dan Brady, Literary Specialist for Arlington Cultural Affairs at dbrady@arlingtonva.

    How is the Poet Laureate selected?

    Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, must reside in Arlington during the time of application and for the duration of the appointment, and must demonstrate a track record of experience publishing and/or presenting original poetry within poetry journals, magazines, websites, and/or programs that are not predominantly self-curated, personal websites, or personal blogs.

    Who are Arlington’s former Poets Laureate?

    Arlington’s first Poet Laureate was Katherine E.Young.Young is the author of Day of the Border Guards (University of Arkansas Miller Williams Prize Series, 2014), which was named one of Split This Rock’s “eagerly anticipated” picks for 2014, one of Beltway Poetry’s “Best Books of  2014″ and an Honorable Mention for the North Carolina Poetry Society’s Brockman-Campbell Award.Young’s poems, translations and reviews have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, The Iowa Review and many other publications.Young is also the translator of Two Poems by Inna Kabysh; her translations of Russian and Russophone authors have won prizes in international competitions and been published widely in the U.S.and abroad; several have been made into short films.Young is a 2017 National Endowment for the Arts translation fellow.


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    What is a Poet Laureate?

    Arlington County’s Poet Laureate serves as an advocate for poetry and the literary arts and works to advance Arlingtonians’ consciousness and appreciation of poetry in its written and spoken forms.The Poet Laureate represents Arlington’s commitment to fostering a creative environment that encourages collaboration, innovation, and community participation.

    What does Indiana’s Poet Laureate do?

    In 2005, Senate Bill No.433 established a process for selecting a state poet laureate.

    Who runs the Poet Laureate program?

    The Poet Laureate program is managed by the Division of Cultural Affairs in Arlington Economic Development.

    History of Po.et