In this episode of The Unstoppable Podcast, we sit down with Chase Chapman, Co-Founder at Decentology, and talk about everything from what got her into crypto originally, her passion for DAOs, and how those who want to get involved with them can get started. She shares her thoughts on the danger of
Publish Date: Oct 11, 2021
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In this episode of The Unstoppable Podcast, we sit down with Chase Chapman, Co-Founder at Decentology, and talk about everything from what got her into crypto originally, her passion for DAOs, and how those who want to get involved with them can get started. She shares her thoughts on the danger of burnout when working in the crypto space, as well as talking about how companies and social interactions will continue to evolve in an anonymous, time-asynchronous space. Part of what drives Chase (and Decentology) is a desire to make crypto more accessible to people in general. One of the ways she sees this happening is through DAOs. These make it possible for the developers and auditors—the actual community working on a project—to have the freedom of freelancing and with the upside of ownership.It isn’t risk-free, as of course the tokens earned for these projects can swing wildly in value: they’re nothing like a traditional fixed asset or currency.Chase also shares the tip of ‘lurking’—it’s a great way to find out what the vibe is like in a DAO and where you could contribute. She likens it to the real-life equivalent of being able to look at the Slack conversations of a company you are interviewing with.We finish by talking about the social implications of all this developing tech: What are some ways to avoid burnout?How can you build empathy with people whose identities are anonymous?How can IRL events (like retreats) help build your DAO?Will the corporations fall to DAO governance?--You can follow Matthew on Twitter and LinkedIn, Diana on Twitter and LinkedIn, and learn more about Unstoppable Domains and our work here.You can follow our guest, Chase Chapman, on Twitter and LinkedIn, and you can check out her podcast here.--Don’t forget to rate, download, and subscribe to the podcast so we can keep producing awesome content for you and you won't miss an episode.