(reflective) monthly quote:
“All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face to face with another problem.” -Martin Luther King, Jr.
This article is the last community re-cap of the year 2019 and the last one based on the CuraDAO pilot that ended on the 19th of December 2019. So, let’s get to it!
This month CuraDAO has been active on-chain and off-chain let’s start with the on-chain activity:
This month Tiarah de Doelder submitted a project proposal to CuraDAO 🚀. In this proposal, she proposed to create a plant database for Curaçao which will include information (edibility, medicinal, material, ornamental, cultivation and agroforestry use) about native and non-native plants that grow on Curaçao. …
This article is about how new methods of organizing with the help of Digital organizations (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) can transform the way we currently operate in the private sector. Moreover, it delves into the various centralized decision-making shortcomings mentioned within the Caribbean Blockchain Network DAO viability research report. While these insights focus on curacao, they could also apply to other Caribbean islands and nations of the world.
The private sector generates & manages costs and income by creating products or services for the public. …
(reflective) Monthly qoute:
“It is so much easier to mistake movement with progress”
This is the third CuraDAO community activity re-cap covering the month of October, 2019. During this month there was no physical or digital community meeting. However, some CuraDAO proposals that have passed in September 2019 have been succesfully executed. These proposals were the following:
Runy Calmera’s proposal which passed with 5 members (12.23 % Rep) voting in favor and 2 voting against ( 4.68 % Rep). This proposal granted the proposer 0.4 ETH and 200 reputation points within CuraDAO. Runy completed his proposal for the CuraDAO facebook group members on October 16, 2019. …