Podcast Conversation: DAOs 101, with SharkDAO, PartyDAO, and Juicebox contributor Nicholas
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In this conversation, we chat with Nicholas – an NFT developer and a contributor to Juicebox, which is an awesome DAO enablement software, as well as SharkDAO and PartyDAO. He is very active in the ecosystems, got a solidity podcast called Solidity Galaxy Brain, a collaborator with multiple NFT artists, but I could go on and on. Let me welcome Nicholas to the podcast.
More specifically, we touch on the philosophy behind programming and coding, what a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) truly is and what it is comprised of, various successful examples of DAOs that Nicholas has been involved in, the concept of community and the value that DAOs serve in this respect, how DAOs leverage tools to achieve their purpose, and so so much more!
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…I think one of the first things that appeal to me about DAOs as well, PartyDAO for instance, I was able to collect talent that really otherwise would never have joined together in order to create a piece of software for some centralized organizations. So, already from that story, we have a bit of a hint at what's interesting about DAOs, which is a different pattern of work. In the DAOs that I've been a part of, maybe PartyDAO a little bit less, and this is kind of the other thing DAOs, it's really a whole ecology of possibilities and the best practices are yet to be forged. People are a little bit too confident when they talk about NFTs and saying that they are collectibles or they are a form of art or their relationship to the art market is sort of their ultimate destiny. Whereas as a programmer, and someone with a kind of open heart, let's say, I really think NFTs are just a sort of a data structure in a way they're not even…
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