If you've been watching the blockchain/crypto space, you know that DAOs are the new way for people to work together.
But what is a DAO?
Why would you want to use a DAO to organize your company or investor group or game guild or other community?
What's the right way to organize a DAO?
This podcast explores those questions and more in conversations with Ben Huh, the founder of Origami, the premier DAO creation and management company.
Origami talked with Aragon about the attack on the use of treasury funds.
Axie Infinity’s Slow Path Toward a DAO
Easy DAO Tax Prep
Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) come with a unique set of tax implications. To help DAO members and creators navigate these implications, I talked to Matt Graham, a tax consultant and blockchain innovation lead at Moss Adams about DAO taxes.
This podcast will
show you how to handle taxes for token purchases,
explain how to calculate taxes for earnings from your contributions to DAOs,
explain the sales tax implications of NFTs and other digital goods, and
list software that will ease the work involved.
City of Vans
Kift is using van life to create a new virtual city
Part of what I do at Origami is talk to new DAO creators who have great ideas, well-written white papers, and some money—but struggle to find members. web3 projects are hard to market because the ecosystem was built in response to the mistrust of institutions.
To learn how to promote with respect to the community's ethos, I interviewed Emily Rasowski, founder of web3 marketing firm Pop Agency. Emily is a former Amazonian who built the go-to-market strategy for Amazon Care, the tech behemoth’s major healthcare initiative.
talentDAO: Research-Based DAO Management
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