Infinity DAO Proposals
What DAO (or DAOs) could we benefit from as a community?
DAOs can be useful as vehicles for self-governance of and investment into a community, projects or teams, for representing and managing community and individual assets, and for collective decision-making. There are benefits in project and community tokenization, due to existing markets for tokens, however, becoming dependent on particular markets is not necessarily what community wants. I think, our community should be inclusive, and accessible to people regardless of whether or not they have tokens on a particular blockchain.
Therefore, good choices of DAO smart contracts are needed.
At high level, I think our community should be multi-ledger and benefit from multiple DAO agreements under different ledgers, in the spirit of NNC, and we should think about schemes of tokenization not so much as a method of self-governance, but as a pragmatic tool to move forward through interactions with the markets that have capital for crypto-tokens that we release to represent something we create or want to share with these markets.
What can our community agree on, and what makes sense to do?
- Since there are many blockchains that support DAOs and smart contracts (HLF, NEM, Waves, Ethereum, NEO, etc.), and there exist many markets that trade DAO digital assets, it would make sense to do some research into what markets could benefit us.
- If we have some interesting ways of tokenization of our collaboration, then we can make and take proposals for specific DAO formation, and try to form DAOs with rules in mind, even experimental DAOs -- just propose some specific smart contracts to go into, and we can consider that.
- The "oo" user associations with each different blockchain. How should it be done, why and if so, what's the best way to do it?
There are all kinds of DAOs (e.g., on Ethereum: (https://app.daohaus.club/explore)), with different self-imposed rules. Explore them before proposing specific way for us to self-tokenize, keeping in mind that rules of a DAO are never correct — the freedoms and modifiability of social contract needs to be considered.
In summary, let this be an open topic for thought of ways of community self-tokenization, and suggest particular proposals of rules of a DAO that could would work for us, as examples of smart contract code, or pseudocode, or just rules describe in human language.
Good homework for everyone
0oo can be a platform for the formation of a decentralized autonomous organization, and it is also a decentralized autonomous organization.
[尹与及], yeah, but for being a platform for formation of decentralized organizations, we'd have to develop our own equivalent of EVM, but given that there are multiple existing blockchains that provide equivalents of EVM, it makes more sense to think about meta-VM rather than to reinvent it.
Let's think how multiple blockchains can be used for one DAO, instead of making a DAO defined in one blockchain.
For the Stop Reset Go project, we are envisioning communities of citizens as the fundamental building block or unit of rapid, bottom-up system change. A physical community is large enough to have scale and capacity, but small enough to avoid bureaucracy and be responsive. Since we are developing a rapid system change strategy based on community / city scale where downscaled planetary boundary and doughnut economic indicators for each city serve as targets that citizens aim to achieve, DAO for each such community that is participating makes sense.
There can actually two intersecting types of DAOs, one defined by GIS coordinates and the other by specific planetary boundary/doughnut economic working group/subgroup. One is intra-community and the other is inter-community.
The big picture is to create a global citizen superorganism for rapid system change, based on the most accurate metrics possible, broken down into city-scale. It gamifies system change by turning big global indicators into parameters that are meaningful at community scale. If enough communities reach their unique targets to bend the curve of indicators back to a safe operating space, and if enough cities and communities do this, then we can bend the curve for the entire civilization back to a safe operating space. Effectively, we are chunking the big, vague, meaningless problem into a bite-size, concrete, achievable and meaningful problem that makes sense to citizens of a community.