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A Blockchain Perspective on Three Product #BUIDL’ing Motivations

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Author Chris Remus on Sept 4
I've been thinking a lot about what motivates those of us BUIDLing blockchain products. Three types of motivation keep emerging in my consciousness and daily experience. Each type has its own attractions and difficulties. This post will explain my perspective on the three.
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Espresso team update Aragon at ETHBerlin TCRs: Features and Tradeoffs
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Author Mathew Cormier on Sept 4 Author Tatu Karki on Sept 5 Author Tushar Jain on Sept 5
Halfway Through Our First Milestone! We’ve been working hard on the Datastore and Drive App for the last four weeks and since our first sprint just ended a couple days ago, we thought it would be a good time to post our first Espresso Team update! For some of you who are not familiar with our projects, you can learn more about us and the Aragon Nest program here. So without further ado, here is what we have been up to during the month of August. Hey, hey, heeey! This is Aragon and we are coming to ETHBerlin, Berlin! We are so excited, so happy, really so thrilled to be Tier 5 – The Carlos Matos sponsor of the hackathon. Our mentors are coming, and they are coming in waves! Let me tell you, that we started 92 days ago with only one goal in mind. And right now, we are reaching that goal of being a part of the astonishing and inspiring ETHBerlin hackathon. And let me tell you that we are now actually putting two distinct bounty tracks up for hackers to #buidl on during the hackathon! Token Curated Registries (TCRs) are an idea that gained a fair amount of traction within the cryptocurrency community throughout late 2017 and early 2018. While the idea has yet to be implemented at any meaningful scale, there are a few TCRs live on the Ethereum mainnet and over a dozen projects are considering building TCRs in some form.
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That Planning Suite Interview Building a decentralized OS Nest Team Interviews: Pando
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Author Maria Gomez on Sept 6 Author Luis Cuende on Sept 7 Author Tatu Karki on Sept 13
The first one on our Aragon Nest Team Interviews is That Planning Suite who are working on an open source incentivization app. With this series, we want to bring forth the teams that have received a grant and funding from the Aragon Nest grants program. That Planning Suite was the first team accepted into the program and we're all thrilled to see their suite of apps becoming a part of the Aragon ecosystem. How we built an Ethereum operating system that is upgradeable, secure and easy to use. For users, Aragon Core is the easiest way to create unstoppable organizations. The UI abstracts away technical details, and lets the user focus on what matters. The second of our Aragon Nest Team Interviews is with Pando who are also working on an open source incentivization app. With this series, we want to bring forth the teams that have received a grant and funding from the Aragon Nest grants program. Pando, when complete, will be a big step towards decentralization of development for all.
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Using APM to replace NPM Community Update #1
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Author Luis Cuende on Sept 18 Author John Light on Sept 26
APM stands for Aragon Package Manager. The summary is that APM is a decentralized package manager. APM handles the upgreadability of smart contracts as well as arbitrary data blobs. Welcome to the first Aragon community update! We’ve had a lot going on in the foreground and background of the community since I first joined as Community Lead last year and I’m excited to share some of what we’ve been up to.
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