Transitioning to a crypto commons requires the integration of local communities in protocol design.
We're super excited to announce a collaboration with Web3 for Climate—written by Alex Filotimo and other investors at Aera Force DAO. Each week, we'll be working together to cover the full ReFi ecosystem from different angles. Our newsletter will increasingly focus on materials for ReFi founders, while Web3 for
ReFi DAO is halfway through the ReFi Rate-athon, a partnership with Prime DAO and Impacta Finance to help build trust in the ReFi space and encourage capital to flow to high-integrity projects. By creating an open framework for evaluation and rewarding researchers for their analysis—we hope to help curate
GR14 goes live with $1M to fund public goods, Klima inverse bonding critique, and IXO Launchpad goes live!
This week we're going to touch on challenges we face in ReFi and how we might overcome them. Curve Labs most recent article takes an honest look at the movement as they try to make sense of a rapidly growing sector and the pitfalls that we face. We also link
Let’s zoom out and focus on the big picture again. This week we look at the overview of the Impact DAO space and how it is blossoming.Where do you DAO?We are loving this cartographic map of the refi space. Here we see most of the amazing DAOs
With the dust of the Terra Ponzi scheme beginning to settle, we wanted to take a chance to look at what happened, what this means for ReFi and why this movement is essential to the success of web3 as a whole.
The planet positive NFT hackathon was a week-long event with $20,000 in bounties. It was a global virtual event that focused on collaboration to address a handful of challenges set by sponsors.