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"The main principles of dynamic governance are known as consent, circles, and double-linking. In contrast to consensus, where everyone must agree on a decision, consent is reached when there are no remaining paramount objections. When a policy change is proposed, any objections are discussed, and if needed the proposal is A sociocratic organization is comprised of multiple tiered, overlapping circles. A circle is a semi-independent team of individuals responsible for governing its domain according to the entity’s principles. This is the horizontal element, where everyone in the circle is a full member with equal say. But there’s also a vertical ...Read More
Inflation based is undoubtedly the best, but it involves a lot of uncertainty of how to allocate the money. The easiest option would be to have a central granting body, but a dispute about removing that granting body would be extremely contentious and drawn out, like a 10x worse ProgPow ...Read More
After meeting folks from #connext and #celernetwork this weekend at #ETHNY I dove deep into State Channels. Started with this #whitepaper. Anybody else have other reading recommendations? ...Read More
I’m posting this in case anyone hasn’t come across the book yet. Fred Wilson of Union Square ventures references the framework often. It formed the Union Square Ventures investment thesis. It’s also helped me make sense of the past few years in crypto and leaves me feeling hopeful that the best is yet to come, although not without more growing pains...