Erick Mack

Eric Mack (JournoDAO)

On this episode, host Tim Delhaes is joined by Eric Mack, the Co-founder of JournoDAO. Eric is an experienced journalist who's seeking to upgrade journalism with the help of Web3 tools.

He has also been involved in a handful of other DAOs over the past few years, including Re-Public and Factland. Over his career, Eric has contributed to publications such as Forbes and CNET, covering topics that range from science and technology, to the environment and politics.

With the recording taking place on the same day Elon Musk took control of Twitter, Eric and Tim discuss what role DAOs could play in journalism, how can Elon Musk ‘fix’ Twitter, and from a journalistic perspective, should Donald Trump’s account be reactivated.

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About the Show

Decentralized autonomous organizations, or DAOs, are all the rage. We’re seeing explosive growth in this sector as people experiment with building companies on top of tokens and smart contracts. If you want to get a better understanding of why this is happening, listen to the people that work, build and invest in them: the members.

Join me on my personal journey of discovery, a series of talks with the Web3 builders about DAOs, Life and everything else.

Graham Spencer

How people share their availability and generate stronger commitments via token staking

Spencer is a product manager for DAOhaus, and a RaidGuild contributor. During his Web3 travels, he's noticed that there are usually 2 kinds of people in DAOs - those that dip their finger in multiple projects, and those who focus on one project only. Now, he's championing incentive based mechanisms that make people share their availability and generate stronger commitments via token staking. That, and he thinks that DAOs can be an answer to climate change.