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Trust Mapping Social Arrangements

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Author Dan Finlay on May 26
Using a visual language for trust diagrams Dan Finlay examines how a variety of social arrangements can be diagrammed with this trust map syntax, which will give us a set of tools for analyzing other problems...
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Swae, The Future of Organizations, Decision-Making, Governance, and You… How Daox Works — Part 1 Luis Cuende: Aragon - Decentralized Governance and the Fight for Freedom
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Author Soushiant Zanganehpour on May 2 Author Anton Vityazev on May 15 Author Epicenter on May 24
The founder shares his journey of re-imagining organizational decision-making and build their operating system for the future. Swae is their first product to help individuals within organizations create great proposals anonymously with support of AI, then improve the quality of those proposals with crowd input. This article is for anyone who is interested in the Daox project understand how this platform works, what the main stages of lifecycle for each created DAO are, and how different components of the platform connect with each other. Epicenter Episode #236 Aragon Founder Luis Cuende joined us to discuss their work on building tools for decentralized governance. We covered the origins of his deep drive, why this is a crucial fight for humanity and the tools that Aragon has built.
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Trust Mapping Social Arrangements Token curated playlists #2: throughput & fitness, use cases, UX EIP0 Shared Values: My Answers
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Author Dan Finlay on May 26 Author Felipe Gaúcho Pereira on May 30 Author Vivek Singh on Jun 3
Using a visual language for trust diagrams Dan Finlay examines how a variety of social arrangements can be diagrammed with this trust map syntax, which will give us a set of tools for analyzing other problems... Navigating tradeoffs in the world of skin-in-the-game curation (or “can TCR tokens be seen as work-tokens”?). In part II of this series, Felipe takes a deeper look into TCR and the state of user interfaces. Responses from an Ethereum community member A public response to the EIP0 Shared Values survey, which was created to build an open data-set of individual perspectives to help inform the Shared Values of Ethereum.
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Aragon Dev Meetup at BlueYard Ethereum’s Forgotten Treasure: DAOs Opening applications for the Building DAOs video series
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Author Brett Sun on Jun 8 Author Joe Kildune on Jun 10 Author John Light on Jun 13
Building upgradeable organizations on the blockchain We begin with an overview of Aragon's vision for human organization, our recent 0.5 release, and what’s in store for the journey ahead. We’ll then dive into each component of our fully decentralized application stack, exploring the limits of smart contract and dapp development. Learning from the DAO failure. The Original DAO was a venture capital fund meant to support new blockchain enterprises, which suffered from a fatal flaw, but we have learned the failure was specific to the Original DAO, not to the concept itself. Join us in building your own customized DAO on Ethereum We are excited to invite our community to participate in Building DAOs, an educational video series that will feature the Aragon One developer team working side-by-side with community members and their teams to configure their smart contracts and build their DAOs.
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EasyTCR — a UI/UX framework for Token-curated registries POA Network: Preserving the human — blockchain connection Towards An International Court of Smart Contract Arbitration
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Author DApp DEV Consulting on Jun 13 Author POA Network on Jun 13 Author Alex Tabarrok on Jun 14
A UI/UX framework on top of the TCR smart contracts Announcing EasyTCR, in cooperation with ConsenSys we create an intuitive and easy to use solution for the curation markets ecosystem. An open Ethereum sidechain with Proof of Authority (PoA) consensus by independent validators. While computers and algorithms play a vital role in encrypting, writing, and storing blocks, people are still responsible for the code and integrity of the system. Lex Cryptographia, the legal system of smart contracts and code-is-law In this article, Alex proposes a court system analogous to the courts of arbitration that govern international commerce be created to govern smart contracts in virtual space.
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Exploring Ethereum Storage Costs with the FOAM Developer Tools Aragon Core v0.5.1 Post Mortem — Part 1 What is on-chain cryptocurrency governance? Is it plutocratic?
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Author Ilya Ostrovskiy on Jun 18 Author Chris Remus on Jun 19 Author Richard Red on Jun 20
A good craftsman never has to blame their tools. A showcase on how we used our stack to help drive the design and engineering process behind the FOAM TCR. Summary of our first new development cycle. In Part I of II, Chris discusses the expectations of the current development cycle and the challenges of establishing a sustainable product development process. 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.
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Voting and Governance in Security Tokens Crypto Commons — from tragedy to wealth of the commons
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Author Jesus Rodriguez on Jun 21 Author Mike Maples, Jr. on Jun 28
Token voting mechanisms and their attack vectors. The main challenges of voting and governance in the security token space is related to the fact that a significant part of the lifecycle of a toke takes place off chain... 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.
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