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    Blitzscaling ZIP: Introducing ZIPdao

    As a community, ZIP is open and inclusive by default. It does not discriminate. In order to effectively align and coordinate a rapidly growing community around our shared goal, we believe a DAO with simple, but well designed, governance is critical. Therefore we are excited to announce the soft launch of ZIPdao.

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    Web3

    Z!P: A stable crypto commodity

    We believe one of the most important barriers to meaningful adoption of the emergent Web 3 Stack is the volatility of tokens: both gas and token price as a commodity. The solution is something we call FUEL.

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    Market outlook: insights for seed stage founders

    This short briefing note is prepared for founders who are considering, or are in the process of raising seed capital. The last few weeks have seen a significant shift in terms of the fundraising atmosphere, and investors’ appetite for risk.

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    Web3

    The Role of DAOs in Web3

    As Web3 emerges, DAOs will become the de facto organisational structure; digital and global with broad-based governance. An organisational structure fit to support trusted peer-to-peer interactions.

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    Web3

    Technology as a political act aka Web3

    Web3 is a social movement. As computing and software become cheaper, faster and easier, activism and political statements can be expressed in code. A lot of people don't trust authorities, so instead of demonstrating they are creating technology. Technology, in this case, is a political act. 

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    Web3

    Trust people, not companies

    So, as people come to trust institutions less and peers more; the pitch could be: trust people, not Big Tech. Or trust people, not companies. Blockchains are a part of a much bigger social movement, the changing nature of trust.

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    London Blockchain Firms Raise over $500 Million in Equity Funding since 2013

    Analysis of global startup hubs has revealed that London may be one of the most preferred hubs for blockchain start-ups to headquarter themselves. 

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