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"There are two types of DAOs that seem to be gaining traction: financial flash mobs and hyperstructures. Each taps into a unique quality of DAOs that isn’t feasible via traditional corporate structures. They represent different extremes of on-chain coordination: fast and hot, or slow and long. In both cases, they ultimately represent ways that memes can be merged with blockchains to create emergent structures of coordination. When combined, they could point towards how we bootstrap the public goods infrastructure of an abundant future."
"There are two types of DAOs that seem to be gaining traction: financial flash mobs and hyperstructures. Each taps into a unique quality of DAOs that isn’t feasible via traditional corporate structures. They represent different extremes of on-chain coordination: fast and hot, or slow and long. In both cases, they ultimately represent ways that memes can be merged with blockchains to create emergent structures of coordination. When combined, they could point towards how we bootstrap the public goods infrastructure of an abundant future."
This is an incredible article, thanks. It discusses how DAOs can be either Flash Mobs that rally quickly for a specific purpose such as Constitution DAO, or Hyperstructures that are built to last indefinitely. The memetics involved in forming DAOs are also discussed along with Token Curated Registries. It reads really well and and makes good points around the power of memes, decentralisation and DAOs as a mode for funding public goods.
This is an incredible article, thanks. It discusses how DAOs can be either Flash Mobs that rally quickly for a specific purpose such as Constitution DAO, or Hyperstructures that are built to last indefinitely. The memetics involved in forming DAOs are also discussed along with Token Curated Registries. It reads really well and and makes good points around the power of memes, decentralisation and DAOs as a mode for funding public goods.
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