This episode is a continuation of the CCG Chronicles series which is a collection of interviews conducted during the Crypto Commons Gathering (CCG) in Austria back in August 2021. The interviews were also filmed to potentially be a part of a documentary I'm making with a few others.
I interviewed Grace Rachmany, founder of Voice of Humanity and DAO Leadership, a consultancy that helps DAOs for communications, operations, governance and tokenomics. She also has extensive experience in helping projects write ICO papers and has been involved in early DAO projects. We talked about her experience working in crypto, the blunt nature of using monetary incentives, and the flaws of liberal democracy.
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ICYMI I've written a book about, no surprise, blockchains through a left political framework! The title is Blockchain Radicals: How Capitalism Ruined Crypto and How to Fix It and is being published through Repeater Books, the publishing house started by Mark Fisher who’s work influenced me a lot in my thinking.
The book is officially published and you use this linktree to find where you can purchase the book based on your region / country.