Last week we had our annual Board of Directors election. This year, the entire process was on-chain, thanks to our partners (and Portfolio companies), Netvote and Govurn.
In this edition of the RCON3 Interview series, Ela Kagel and Peter Harris drop by for a chat about their personal journeys in the decentralized space, views about governance approaches within and between cooperatives, proliferating cooperative networks into the digital world, and the future of RChain Cooperative worldwide.
Conflict is inevitable inside of any company. Opposing or incompatible ideas are going to be proposed for business decisions. Although conflict typically has a negative connotation, it doesn’t have to be that way. Conflict should be viewed as a valuable resource, a precursor to a creative solution that strengthens the company, rather than an event that stifles innovation and kills productivity.
The results of the 2018 election are in! All Items of Business passed. Item of Business 5a was chosen for the monetary policy. This year's election was held on-chain thanks to our partners, Govurn and Netvote.
During the Q&A, someone asked Steve Wozniak what the best use cases will be coming down the pipeline. He said he didn't want to speculate; he wants to see every industry provide its own examples. Another person started to ask a question when Wozniak added, "Voting. I want to see voting on blockchain."
The MIT Open Music Legal Hackathon is the culmination of a distributed network of creative open media legal hack events taking place around the world through the month of October. RChain's Kayvan Kazeminejad traveled to Cambridge to discuss RSong and the future of music dApps being built on blockchain.