a community of developers
We support new ideas and push for community approaches to problem solving.
Many projects are being developed out of Social Coding, to get in touch, best join us via Riot: #social-coding:matrix.org
Our community is also labeled as the Giveth DAC, which means ‘Decentralized Altruistic Community.’
We use our network of communication to push certain layer 2 advancements for the blockchain ecosystem via meetups, conferences and unconferences - past and ongoing initiatives are:
DAO community building
Decentralized identity management solution
Ethereum Signal Aggregator
discussion and action
hacker community space and camp
open source space agency
verification via trust circles
Giveth Donation Application (BETA)
Giveth is re-engineering charitable giving, by creating an entirely free, open-source platform, built on the Ethereum Blockchain. Our system cuts out bureaucracy and enables makers to create a high level of transparency and accountability towards Givers. For example: At any point until the moment funds are locked, a Giver can decide to withdraw them.
Your personalized node for the decentralized web
DAppNode is a tool that allows people to host decentralized apps in a truly decentralized way, eliminating the reliance on vulnerable third party vendors and adding an extra layer of incentivization that will spread adoption of the blockchain ecosystem.
We are forking operational guidelines off the concepts of Holacracy and Meritocracy and develop tools that enable to put these concepts into a cryptoeconomic context.
DAC stands for (Decentralized Altruistic Community) - We are a community-led project that believes in people first, hence the term altruistic. The community strives to model the DAC concept as one of the first non-profit blockchain based entities. Life presents itself in colorful shades, not black and white and so we present not one manifesto, but a collection of impressions from many voices thinking alike.
Although we try to meet in person too, the most important aspect of running interconnected teams whose members are scattered around the globe comes down to the tools at our disposal. We always try to find the most open and expandable software tools to improve our organizational capability.
When we are looking at available software for organization, open-source comes first, usability second. Sometimes we have to make our own tool or most likely expand on the work previously done by others. Explore our world-readable logs on Youtube, our Wiki and the Chat - It should give you a good impression of who we are and what we are working on.