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The Web3 Dream of an Equitable Nightlife Industry: "Amid concerns of corporations diluting the ethos of underground movements, DAOs aim to give artists and nightlife audiences control over their culture. But just how feasible is that?"
The Web3 Dream of an Equitable Nightlife Industry: "Amid concerns of corporations diluting the ethos of underground movements, DAOs aim to give artists and nightlife audiences control over their culture. But just how feasible is that?"
I think in the Web2 world, nightclub managers and owners, and concert promoters, etc. still had access to the data points they needed to create and source a line-up that appeals to their core audiences. For example, they could create an incentive program for past customers to share their Spotify accounts, and find the emerging artists and musicians that could attract a crowd, as a better representation of the ethos of the community. But, I think without the allure of fractional ownership and being rewarded for your labor and input with tokes, building an authentic co-op would be tough. But, software developers did it with open source software projects (e.g. WordPress). Great article!
I think in the Web2 world, nightclub managers and owners, and concert promoters, etc. still had access to the data points they needed to create and source a line-up that appeals to their core audiences. For example, they could create an incentive program for past customers to share their Spotify accounts, and find the emerging artists and musicians that could attract a crowd, as a better representation of the ethos of the community. But, I think without the allure of fractional ownership and being rewarded for your labor and input with tokes, building an authentic co-op would be tough. But, software developers did it with open source software projects (e.g. WordPress). Great article!
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