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Blockchain Monday: DAO – History, Status, and Governance Mechanisms

16. Mai @ 19:00 - 20:00

- Kostenlos

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81372913956

Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are a collection of interconnected programs running on a blockchain that have the purpose to project orgranizational structures and governance to a decentralized form. In a way, DAOs are the blockchain version of corporations or associations. In this presentation, the speaker will discuss and illustrate the similarities and differences of DAOs and their governance mechanisms in comparison to conventional corporations. For this purpose, he will use some recent and historical examples (the DAO and UniSwap) highlighting the achievements and status, but also some problems of DAO governance.

About the speaker

Dr. Axel Lode has worked as a principal investigator on fundamental theoretical quantum physics research. Following his passion to work in the crypto- and DeFi space with data and technology applications, Axel has joined the DeFi team at Blocksize Capital. At the DeFi Team at Blocksize Capital, Axel works on ensuring and provisioning the high quality and high availability of market data feeds for Blocksize Capital’s customers as well as for smart contracts via Chainlink Oracles.

Details

Datum:
16. Mai
Zeit:
19:00 - 20:00
Eintritt:
Kostenlos
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Online-Webinar
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Hanseatic Blockchain Institute
E-Mail:
info@blockchaininstitute.eu
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Details

Datum:
16. Mai
Zeit:
19:00 - 20:00
Eintritt:
Kostenlos
Veranstaltungskategorie:

Veranstaltungsort

Online-Webinar
Veranstaltungsort-Website anzeigen

Veranstalter

Hanseatic Blockchain Institute
E-Mail:
info@blockchaininstitute.eu
Veranstalter-Website anzeigen