the gap between DAO hype and DAO reality seems enormous. Like people talk about them as the successor structure to the corporation. Whereas in reality, they seem to be investment clubs or poorly-coordinated bidding clubs at best? Are any of them doing anything more complex?

Jan 19, 2022 路 6:38 PM UTC 路 TweetDeck

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Starting a DAOdao to fix poorly structured DAOs
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One of them bought the rights to the dune franchise
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Not quite. Someone bought a book that described a potential Dune movie. Not the book, a book. bibliogram.art/p/CWlbgmhJe2H/鈥
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in which crypto sector isn't there a similar Delta?
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Certainly some should be attacking other blockchains for profit by now?
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I can鈥檛 prove anything but do I wonder if this cycle of OlympusDAO collapse was hastened by antagonists
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Only actual use-case here is companies whose businesses are basically illegal, like offshore sports books
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@RaidGuild is a high functioning service DAO imo
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@Meta_Cartel is a grants and ecosystem DAO that's responsible for keeping core dApps and builders alive via community coordination and grants
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Its kind of disappointing tbh. Maybe people are losing the will to do things. Where is the DAO with a goal of building a country in international waters with repurposed aircraft carriers?
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