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#3 – KyberDAO, DAO wiki, Kleros book, and more!
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#3 – KyberDAO, DAO wiki, Kleros book, and more!

#3 – KyberDAO, DAO wiki, Kleros book, and more!

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Previously on DAObase

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Brain Food

  • The Crypto-Governance Age Is Here: A primer on crypto-governance, which argues that we should work towards true on-chain governance, and predicts the emergence of "Moonshot" capital allocation DAOs a la "The DAO".
  • Crowdfunding the Commons: An introduction to Pactful, an interface for curve bonded crowdfunding campaigns and commons governance.
  • DAO: How can it help NGOs?: DAOs could help NGOs reduce overhead and fraud in data reporting processes.

Beyond OrgTech

  • Monitoring & surveillance technologies shift power dynamics in the workplace: These tools are used to make decisions about compensation and impose workflow changes based on performance, but they can suffer from bias, inaccuracy, and information asymmetry.
  • The Return of the Manager?: An overview of what it takes to adopt self-managing organizational structures: cultures should shift from a control-focus to a service-focus, in which frontline teams are customers of internal teams, and boundaries should be clearly defined between hierarchies and networks.
  • The Servant Economy: Checking back in on the gig economy, which the author argues is nothing more than platform servitude driven by widening income inequality.
  • The Sharing Economy Was Always a Scam: A similar article, arguing that the sharing economy has shirked its communal roots, instead drifting towards centralized control and rent-seeking. Ends with a nod to cooperative ownership and the cynical implication that blockchains' grand promises are just more of the same.
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