The latest article from the Commons Stack covers Conviction Voting, a novel continuous voting governance mechanism:
@snaketh4x0r here is the recording of Billy's talk - it was a great one! Worth a watch for sure:
They can have a limited supply (after which the price discovery & liquidity would graduate to secondary markets). Not entirely sure if this is meaningful though. Depends on the context.
How do I determine a good starting price?
This is hard/tough to determine, depending on the use case of the token.
What is an acceptable spread (aka % fee) for token bonding curves that have different ins/outs ?
This is also uncertain, depending on your use-case. @AchillRudolph_twitter has done some work on spreads before with convergent. Not sure if they have information to help.
New article coming out from the Commons Stack & BlockScience on 🤯 new decision-support technology: Computer-Aided Governance.
"The Commons Stack proposes to improve our current governance systems by creating tools to model and test policy outcomes, so that participants have better information and make the best possible decisions. "
Please like, share, read & enjoy! 🌱🌎🚀
Hey everybody, if you weren't able to catch the Commons Stack presentations at Berlin Blockchain Week, this is a good catch up on our application of Token Engineering to design the Augmented Bonding Curve as a continuous funding mechanism for communities and open source projects:
If anyone here hasn't heard about the Trusted Seed that was just launched by the Commons Stack, this article about healthy initialization conditions for DAOs is worth a read (and an application!):
Have a good weekend, all!
Another article out from the Commons Stack, on the tools of Token Engineering and a community invitation! Claps always welcome =)
As #TokenEngineers, we have a professional social responsibility to ensure the safety of those using permissionless public infrastructure. This is why we supported the open sourcing of #cadCAD and invite you to create the first continuously funded cyber-physical commons: the Token Engineering Commons
Has anybody out there worked on a protocol that uses a work token distributed/managed by a bonding curve?
(For those unfamiliar, a work token is a token that grants its owner the right to perform and collect revenues for some kind of work, eg Livepeer, Keep, taxi medallions)