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How to DAO is a guide for organisations and individuals learning DAOs.
ChainEd is a cryptoeconomics course using crypto incentives to manage course outcomes.
Commit.me is an innovative way to engage individuals and institutions on climate change.
We built GiftEth to help you give cryptocurrency to friends and family without leaving them confused!
The Bottom Red Line is a blueprint for a viable smart-contract which, we believe, exposes serious moral deficiencies in the Ethereum protocol. Here Matt explains the idea and its implications, as well as possible solutions.
Would you design and run your own, fairer money system, with your own politics built into it, if only technology allowed? In this piece Marloes and Matt outline egalitarian prospects of the blockchain.
Fascinated by cryptoeconomics and excited at the possibilities of this brave new world, we are three friends pooling our time, our skills, and our diverse expertise.
We like to think that, much like any decentralised network, we are greater than the sum of our parts :)
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Matt is a coder, writer and digital producer. He is thrilled by the promise of the decentralised web and joined Cryptical to help further the understanding of Web 3.0. By day, Matt is Technical and Publications Manager for openDemocracy.net.
Marloes is an economist, dramatist and activist. By day, Marloes is Head of Policy and Advocacy at the Finance Innovation Lab. She’s passionate about facilitating collaborative processes that enable people to understand and have a say over new technologies. She joined Cryptical Studios to understand how social purpose can be embedded in blockchain.
Ali is a designer, developer and educator.