I've only just started this new paper by Nathan Schneider - who helped pioneer Platform Coops - but it looks like the long needed analysis and possible bridge between the conflicting and contradicting neoliberal/enclosing aspects and liberating/commonsing promises of ...


Similar to (what I know of) disco.coop and feminist economics it argues that "Drawing on earlier critiques of how economic logics can erode democracy, this paper identifies specific limitations that cryptoeconomic governance faces. It contends that, to overcome these limitations, designers should envelop cryptoeconomics within a logic of politics capable of seeing beyond economic metrics for human flourishing and the common good".

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