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DAOG - An open ended decentralized governance game


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{"ops":[{"insert":"Abstract"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"Gaming will drive adoption and onboarding in the blockchain space. Successful games will not copy web 2.0 games, but reinvent new mechanics that utilize web 3.0 strengths. Games should also emulate other concepts in the ecosystem to give us a sandbox to explore. 2019 is the year of the DAO. A decentralized autonomous organization game will empower a group of players to employ governance tactics to work together or compete to accomplish a goal.\n\nIntroduction"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"DAOG will have a nostalgic feeling of early browser-based resource management and strategy games. At first I’m going to use emojis to represent items on the game board. The gameplay will consist of phases, the first of which is open world map building. The game mechanics and victory conditions will be very open ended. It will start with a minimum scaffolding and players will vote in new pieces.\n\nHow does the game work?"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"attributes":{"background":"#fafbff","color":"#161a1f"},"insert":"A simplified version of how the game would work is available in the project link below"},{"insert":"\n\n"},{"attributes":{"link":"https://forum.poa.network/t/daog-an-open-ended-decentralized-governance-game/2599"},"insert":"https://forum.poa.network/t/daog-an-open-ended-decentralized-governance-game/2599"},{"insert":"\n\nGoal"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"This idea is still early and changing rapidly as I lay out the contracts. The goal is to test out both new game mechanics and decentralized governance techniques in a way where there is skin in the game, but it’s still a game. I want it to be incredibly extensible and open to anyone to create, add, and financially benefit from.\nSuggestions and feedbacks are most welcome! What would you like to see implemented in the game at launch? What possibilities of gameplay can you guys foresee?\nWe are looking forward to getting you, our incredible community, involved!\n"}]}

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