cameroncalder

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cameroncalder · 1d ago

Feeling the same as above and below. It really does stagnate unfortunately. It feels like the owners of Pioneer aren't really that active & the end offering isn't really that clear.

cameroncalder · 39d ago

Yeah that's a good point, I suppose an element of consistency is good amongst successful businesses anyway. I think an interesting way would be to launch a pitch deck review alongside updates. Pitch decks voted on by us for whatever we deem to be the most investable. Gaining feedback into a pitch deck is far more valuable than company updates in my opinion.

cameroncalder · 39d ago

Was he first to sign-up? Haha!

cameroncalder · 78d ago

The most interesting link between DAOs and NFTs (for me) is the potential replacement of the 'traditional' token-vote systems. Linking voting rights to something other than capital definitely has its merits with DAOs. Which, can be done with NFTs. I tend not to get caught up in the 'digital art' way of looking at NFTs and more of the functional value they can bring as a smart contract.

cameroncalder · 78d ago

The best way to work a DAO is to not get too bogged down trying to be a true 'DAO'. They are principles to work towards not definitions to be limited by. Additionally, not everything even has to be on-chain. Blasphemy, I know, but true.

cameroncalder · 79d ago

I've done five unique & comprehensive academic and non-academic projects (dev & research) with DAOs and have interviewed some of the more notable DAO professionals (Grace Rachmany, etc). I don't see DAOs in the same light as others tend too. My first problem is with the definition, these principles are very loose and don't often apply to some of the more notable 'DAO', for example, MakerDAO. Maker - huge balance sheet, great project, not a true DAO. Maker employs 'key-actors' that have more influence over decisions than plain token holders. You could say they were the steering force of the 'DAO'. Complete bottom up management has had its own difficulties well before DAOs came along... communism? DAOs are digging up age old problems in relation to the distribution of influence & power. All my studies have been orchestrated to improve on DAOs & integrate them into business society. I have developed a 'DAO' like SaaS product which I plan to release soon which improves on a lot of these shortcomings. Remember with a 'DAO' the potential is there the implementation is not. Happy to discuss further with anyone, drop me a message!