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DigixDAO winds itself down with a vote by token holders with a pretty nice USD profit for all holders. They kept the burn rate of the actual underlying ETH low as well Imho. The projects results ask questions of the limits of Goverance in Decentralised Autonomos Organisations (DAO) but present useful findings too for future development of DAOs. ...Read More
Buzzfeed founder and CEO Jonah Peretti speak to a16z's Chris Dixon about modes of innovation, internet, past/future and how they will drive "the future of the Internet." He is apparently a huge fan of Wikipedia...social tech...disruption/incentives. I find the whole convo between these two very interesting particularly his thoughts on ...Read More
The Common Stack team dicuss how blockchain technology can help satisfy Osrams 8 principles for managing a commons. Some examples of how their tech can help achieve this of course, but a rational discussion on how we can meet these principles when managing common public services. "Few people have contributed as much to our knowledge of the sustainable management of the commons as Elinor Ostrom. Winning the 2009 Nobel Prize in Economics for her work, Ostrom’s 8 principles for commons stewardship have set a standard for community management of shared resources. Although applying these rules at ...Read More
Curious to see how/if this plays out 👇 "Filecoin has been 2 1/2 years in development since the project was funded in the summer of 2017. The launch of the testnet signals that the research and design phase is over and the protocol is now making it way towards going live next year. ...Read More
With Vitalik Buterin posting recently about Quadratic Voting I wanted to highlight this nice article about it that although not as technical, I feel is a good explanation. ...Read More
"Non-cooperative game theory, the original and most widely used branch of game theory, assumes the absence of an external authority to enforce rules. Fundamentally, I claim that the Ethereum ledger constitutes an incorruptible, omnipresent, external overseer that no matter the game is always available to enforce agreements among players. This ...Read More
As #TokenEngineers, we have a professional social responsibility to ensure the safety of those using permissionless public infrastructure. This is why the Commons Stack supported the open sourcing of #cadCAD and invite you to create the first continuously funded cyber-physical commons: the Token Engineering Commons
With organisations such as Aragon beginning to experiment with Futarchy I thought it would be nice to revisit this excellent blog post about it by Vitalik Buterin.
I guess this article is a bit like the "drama" of crypto. Many of these lawsuits seem fundamental, or just people with pyramids but was surprised to see someone on this list that I personally know.
"Last week, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced the launch of the Mainnet Initiative, which aims to accelerate collaboration between enterprises and the Ethereum community working on the public mainnet. The initiative will be led by a technical working group and will provide a channel for mainnet R&D teams to ...Read More
Interested in learning how to setup a validator? Please let me know in the comments here or at the the linked Tweet if you'd like me to livestream my next testnet validator setup.
It will be interesting to live in a world where every major retail corporation's coin is in competition. “The digital currency may be pegged to the US dollar and available for use only at selected retailors or partners. In other embodiments, the digital currency is available for use anywhere. ...Read More