What is a Web 3.0 community DAO?

Web 3.0 community DAOs are an effective and safe way to work with like-minded people around the globe.

We think of ourselves as an internet-native co-operative organisation collectively managed by our members. Meetings are governed by proposals and voting to ensure everyone in the community has a voice.

No CEO can make decisions based on their own whims. So everything is out in the open, and the values, principles and code of the community are set out in our community code.

Why is our community different?

We use the Blockchain ecosystem(decentralised) and Web 3.0 community principles.

Collaborating with anyone requires a lot of trust in the people you're working with. But it’s hard to trust someone you’ve only ever interacted with on the internet. With our community, you don’t need to trust anyone else in the group, just the community's code, which is 100% transparent and verifiable by anyone - this opens up so many new opportunities for global collaboration and coordination. In our case, the community is a network of like-minded people who pool their time and energy together based on a set of values and principles to create value.

Web 3.0 Community DAO

A Traditional Organization

Usually flat, and fully democratized.

Usually hierarchical.

Voting required by members for any changes to be implemented.

Depending on structure, changes can be demanded from a sole party, or voting may be offered.

Votes tallied, and outcome implemented automatically without trusted intermediary.

If voting allowed, votes are tallied internally, and outcome of voting must be handled manually.

Services offered are handled automatically in a decentralised manner (for example distribution of philanthropic funds).

Requires human handling, or centrally controlled automation, prone to manipulation.

All activity is transparent and fully public.

Activity is typically private, and limited to the public.

We are a people centric- based community DAO

Any prospective members can submit a proposal to join the community via the contact form, usually offering tribute of some value in the form expertise and knowledge they would be willing to share with other members.

Core community members are limited to 75 members as this approach suits us a close-knit, human-centric network