A͙n͙a͙l͙y͙s͙t͙ M͙a͙s͙t͙e͙r͙: You can set all these initial conditions, for example what percent of community funds goes into the funding pool, the pre-and post-Hatch token prices, the exit tribute amount, the vesting half-life (which protects the initialization period before the community establishes value for itself).
A͙n͙a͙l͙y͙s͙t͙ M͙a͙s͙t͙e͙r͙: This is what we can do with cadCAD, you can see how this system might fail and how to adapt it, before a single line of Augmented Bonding Curve code has been written. Play around with this demo and see how it could be useful to your community.
A͙n͙a͙l͙y͙s͙t͙ M͙a͙s͙t͙e͙r͙: How might the Augmented Bonding Curve be applied in the crypto space? We have ‘ecosystem-funding DAOs’ popping up all over the place, and they’re targeted towards specific purposes. Moloch DAO is focused on ETH2.0, MetaCartel on UX, we have art DAOs, open-source DAOs …
A͙n͙a͙l͙y͙s͙t͙ M͙a͙s͙t͙e͙r͙: We have an invitation to the community today. We’ve realized that blockchain research and development is a public good as well, it’s also a commons. It’s providing public goods for the entire community to use: it’s non-rivalrous and therefore it falls prey to the free-rider problem as well.