Tatu Kärki: Aragon Monthly Issue 06 is out!governance ethereum cryptocurrency blockchain bitcoin
The latest issue of the community curated digital newspaper about DAOs, governance and the Aragon ecosystemAragon Monthly is a community curated digital newspaper about DAOs, governance and the Aragon ecosystem. Created by the community, for the community.
Aragon Monthly was introduced a while back in my post Bringing DAOs back — Aragon Monthly and has since been a monthly aggregated source of News and Articles for hundreds of people interested in decentralized organizations and governance.
In order to bring these Issues to an even more broad audience than the monthly newsletter, we will be keeping you up to date through blog posts of new Aragon Monthly Issues.
As the whole goal of Aragon Monthly is to be a newspaper that is community curated, we wish to invite everyone also to submit interesting news items, articles and classified ads through the aragon-monthly repository!Content curation is the process of gathering information relevant to a particular topic or area of interest.Anyone can contribute by creating or requesting new content regarding Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, governance or about anything related to the Aragon ecosystem.
Contributors for Issue 06
- Editor — @tao
- Editor-in-chief — @Smokyish
- Reviewer — @john-light
Some of the recent news:
You can find all the latest News regarding DAOs, Aragon & Governance right here: https://monthly.aragon.one/news/
You can find all the latest Articles right here: https://monthly.aragon.one/articles/
Some of the recent classifieds:
You can find all the latest Classifieds right here: https://monthly.aragon.one/classifieds/
Submit News items, Articles & Classifieds for the next Issue
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Original article was created by: Tatu Kärki at blog.aragon.oneDisclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency or ICO.
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