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What happened in December?
Find out more in this newsletter update!
dOrg Hot Seat: Our new tech podcast is now out!
On December 19th, we officially launched our podcast “dOrg hot Seat”. A new online space where we invite amazing web3 projects to present their latest doings.
In this online space we talk to builders about the tech and development complexity behind each project.
We want to give voice to our favorite web 3 projects, protocols and organizations working for decentralization.
Find us on Youtube and Spotify!
In addition, we created a Spotify playlist where our builders are currently adding their fav songs during their coding time, now you can listen to it! Here it is:
During ETHIndia Niraj and Kris certainly hacked. They built an amazing project: “Polysnap”.
Polysnap allows you to execute any WASM wrappers deployed on IPFS on the fly without needing to build a new snap.
Learn more about their project here: https://devfolio.co/projects/polysnap-8c87
Zodiac governor mod:
Asgeir, Colin and Julio did a nice job creating the zodiac governor mod to convert your multisig into a multiplayer DAO with chain voting!
Asgeir explained to us a little about what they did:
“We converted the Open Zeppelin governor contract into something that can be used with a Safe through Zodiac and created a UI for deploying and setting it up.
Once a user has set it up, they can interact with it in Tally, and the proposals will be executed from the connected Safe.”
Galaxy Throne IO by Massimiliano and Marco
Take a deeper look to their project here:
Massimiliano and Marco won first prize at TRONHackathon! In the GameFi category. They built an awesome fully blockchain sci-fi strategy game called Galaxy Throne IO. Massimiliano and Marco created all assets using ERC721, ERC1155 and ERC20 tokens.
The major value they wanted to add is building a game that gives people freedom to play it as they wish and the ownership of their own game.
Astrolabes of Gratitude 2022
Phil made an amazing collection of NFTs to thank the people who had an impact on his 2022. He dedicated different NFTs to dOrg members based on each member's personality and impression. Check it out here:
Gaston has been working in tech for the last 12 years, specializing in product and project management; he joins us as dOrg’s Coordination Lead.
He became passionate about the web3 revolution from his experience in crypto projects.
His mantra: "Reminder: It's always now"
TechieTeee is a blockchain developer and data engineer. She's excited about the future of decentralized data.
Her motto "There are few things in life that can't be solved with curiosity and resilience."
Nick has been working in the software industry for +10 years in different web2 companies and web3 startups. His main focus is business development and client experience.
He's passionate about decentralized technology and is enthusiastic to take on more challenges.
Mackenzie created this chart for November cash flows.
On January 19 we are going to release the next episode in our new podcast: dOrg Hot Seat
We sat down with some amazing web3 projects on the Hot Seat and asked them uncensored tough tech questions!
Follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube or Spotify to stay tuned to all the episodes.
Get to know our builders
Job: Software Engineer
Specialization: Back-end, Front-end
Nationality: United States
Location: Global Nomad
What would you like others to know about dOrg?
dOrg is an innovation, pioneering a new kind of organization. Joining might be the best decision you’ve ever made!
What is your typical day like?
I typically wake up at 8:30am and exercise for 20 minutes. I start working at 9:00am. I have breakfast with my wife at around 11:00am, and work until at least 5:00pm. On Mondays and Tuesdays, my schedule differs. I typically start working at 3:00-4:00pm and work until around 1:00am.
My work at Polywrap changes all the time. One day I might be adding new features or fixing bugs. Another day I might be writing a Polywrap wrapper or writing documentation. I typically work in TypeScript, Rust, or AssemblyScript.
What would you say is the best thing that has happened to you since joining dOrg?
My life was changed in 2020 when Ben Walker introduced me to dOrg and the decentralized web. I soon joined the team at Polywrap to help build the next generation of SDK developer tools. Joining Polywrap is the best thing to happen to me since I joined dOrg!
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