In the last few decades, we witnessed the rise of digital technologies as the internet and public blockchains. Some of these new digital technologies are 'open protocols'. Open means accessible for all, where a protocol stands for a standardized, programmed set of rules. You could see these open protocols as languages used to share information (internet) and value (blockchains). New languages bring new possibilities. For the first time in human history, we can now speak transparent, open languages globally. Not a linguistic transfer of words, like English, but a digital transfer of value. Just as you can use English in many ways, we can also use these digital languages in many ways. They reform the way we connect and communicate digitally, just think about the impact of the https-protocol (internet) or the Bitcoin-protocol. They are radically reshaping the world as we know it, and we expect that these new technologies will heavily impact the ways we learn and educate. The Koios experiment is all about applying this new languages in higher education, aim for improvement in open fashion, and see what happens. In the mean time creating new courses, tools and networks, available for all.