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The tragedy of the commons describes how individuals, acting independently according to their self-interest, can accidentally destroy a shared resource. The article proposes how cryptocurrency can be used as a scalable governance model for shared resources.
A rebuttal to On-Chain Blockchain Governance. A detailed response to a number of posts from prominent blockchain personalities about how on-chain governance based on coin-holder votes is inherently plutocratic and bad.
It has been three years since the launch of Ethereum and it has taken the center stage of the global tech community. Decisions over the future of Ethereum now reverberate louder than ever and it was a matter of time before we all had to address how we govern ourselves...
The biggest evolution in governance since the invention of the company. With the rise of the internet and advances in cryptography, online communities and new forms of governance are increasingly emerging. In fact, governance through code is the single largest innovation in the field of governance since the company. Yet, new advances made in this area barely get the attention they deserve.
Why it matters and why you should care. Governance is an important topic that touches everyone's lives in some way or another. With our current system: a government is established, ground rules are set in the form of a constitution, and everyone in that same jurisdiction agrees to follow those ground rules. So, to build unstoppable organizations, you need to start by laying some ground rules that everyone participating agrees with...
We're excited to announce the dopest hackathon of the year, Blockchain for Peace's Law & Governance hack at Bushwick Generator on July 27--29th. It will be co-hosted by Peace Accelerators, Stanford University, and Bushwick Blockchain Alliance, taking place two blocks from ConsenSys headquarters in the heart of NYC's blockchain community.
Aragon is an open source, decentralized project fighting for the freedom to organize. We believe that decentralized organizations can solve the world's worst problems.We're looking for a Web Developer to work with us creating and maintaining stunning websites and landing pages for all of Aragon. Our Web Developer must not only be a frontend wizard but also care about detail and have a taste for good design. Our ideal candidate is not only a respected engineer but also a decentralization advocate.