Luke Stokes

 
Luke Stokes, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Consultant

Luke Stokes, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Consultant

 
 

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Can you give us a teaser of your talk?

I'd like to talk about how the tokenomics of DAC (Decentralized Autonomous Community) technology will change businesses, non-profits, and governments. Static jobs and careers may give way to voluntary participation in dynamic communities with shared goals.

Static jobs and careers may give way to voluntary participation in dynamic communities with shared goals.

Tell us about what you are working on right now.

Helping promote DAC technology though eosDAC, including our DAC Factory for easily deploying DACs on EOS.

What is your background?

I majored in computer science, built a SaaS business for ten years, and then sold it to focus full-time on cryptocurrency and blockchain projects. Since buying my first bitcoin in January of 2013, I've been promoting and educating people about blockchain technology and it's disruptive nature. As a witness on Steem and then a member of the eosDAC launch team, I'm a big fan of DPoS and think these systems can help create a more voluntary world we all want to live in.

What should we look out for in the next 5 years?

Usability and key management are key. I think usability will greatly improve with things like the FIO protocol, where as the key management problem may be a little more tricky and touch on other challenges related to identity and reputation. All of these things will impact mass adoption which will lead to the spread of DACs replacing many forms of governance within governments, corporations, and non-profits.

Who is doing good work in your field?

Michael Yeates has been involved in many different EOS projects, including eosDAC, pushing forward the full capabilities of the EOS permissions system to allow for DACs not previously possible. Example: https://steemit.com/eos/@m-i-k-e/preventing-the-dao

How do you hope Tulip will be different / better?

I hope those who attend are interesting in participating in creating a better world we all want to live in. That means bringing our passions and skills to connect and coordinate towards a better future.

Where can people find you online?

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