One of the DAO’s future goals is to accelerate the shared understanding of how to leverage web 3.0 technologies to create unique value and experiences. As such, preference is given to projects open to experimentation around data sharing.
…ing. We’ve talked with projects ranging from gambling to NFT creation to end user wallet solutions. As long as your project is focused on creating value or an experience for individuals, we’d love to hear from you!
…scale from the surrounding low- and mid-rise buildings, I also see the complex questions it raises. Does a radical concentration of development on the same footprint entail a more sustainable proposition? Especially as it encompasses, and is also set amidst, mixed uses which could — in theory — reduce people’s reasons to travel? And more so as its position beside a choice of tube and rail lines harnesses good public transport access? How much more efficient is such a project to service than low-density environments? One must only consider Detroit with its space glut to appreciate high density’s potential merits.
In other words, what is being built by the Commons Stack could be considered a commons blueprint, a library of various component templates that are useful for commons management — funding, decision making, accountability, analytics, etc. These component templates can be mixed …
mon ownership and shared decision making in the use of t…advantage to for-profit corporations due to lack of access to the same capital markets. In essence, Commons Stack infrastructure would facilitate commons initiatives to act more like startups, seeking continuous funding through membership investment, and in return offering common ownership and shared decision making in the use of those funds for effective realization of community goals.
…s are dynamic and often complex; thus, we need a more holistic approach to understanding phenomena. Synthesis is about understanding the whole and the parts at the same time, along with the relationships and the connections that make up the dynamics of the whole.
Designer or not, the Disruptive Design Method is all about an activated, intentional approach to understanding and evolving the critical problem sets around us — no matter how big or small your sphere of influence is.
… life. We have a significant crisis of agency and an even bigger knowledge-action gap on our hands. Highly-skilled people are not investing their creative intelligence in addressing the real and significant problems at hand. But, actually we all have the capacity to actively participate in the construction of the type of world we want to live in.