May 23rd, 2022

Communities thrive because of their contributors.

But, people only contribute to communities if they trust that their time and energy are going to be put to good use.

This trust takes time to build and cannot be rushed.

Let’s take a look at what the journey of a contributor looks like

January 5th, 2022

Governance is minimized to focus purely on two areas:

  1. What are the KPIs/metrics and OKRs of the DAO?
  2. Which proposals should be funded?

The entire DAO will be organized as sub-DAOs and ideally two-pizza teams:

  • All sub-DAOs will take care of their own internal governance, compensation, and allocation of responsibilities (central leadership is encouraged when practical)
  • Anyone can join and contribute to any arbitrary number of sub-DAOs
  • Sub-DAOs can have any arbitrary amount of members
  • All sub-DAOs engaged to the overarching DAO via work proposals
  • All work proposals outline:
    • The specific KPI that the sub-DAO will focus on driving success in
    • The actual work that the sub-DAO will undertake to drive toward the KPI
    • The compensation and resources requested by the sub-DAO
December 19th, 2021

Lisbon DAO is a group focused on representing, funding, and supporting local crypto initiatives in Lisbon.

Our goal is to give back to the city we live in and to make sure we represent the crypto community in a positive light. We believe community is not about taking but giving back. We'll be championing initiatives that show off how special and unique crypto can be to the local community. This means bridging crypto into the local Lisbon community.

One key focus we’ll have is integrating our world of crypto with the local community, by teaching and giving tools to empower self-agency and value generation.

This community will be about celebrating crypto and sharing it, not business interests.