How Eden ƒractal Provides Public Goods to the EOS Community
By Dan Singjoy
Eden ƒractal Uses The ƒractally Process to Create Public Goods for EOS
Let’s start with an introduction to ƒractally and Eden ƒractal.
The first sentence in the introduction of the ƒractally white paper states, “This paper provides a blueprint, strategy, and background rationale on how groups of people can cooperate to provide public goods and mutual aid.”
Similarly, Eden ƒractal aims to use the blueprint, strategy, and background rationale of the ƒractally whitepaper to help the EOS Community cooperate to provide public goods and mutual aid.
You can learn more about how ƒractally empowers communities to provide public goods in the ƒractally whitepaper and you can view EdenFractal.com/details to learn how Eden ƒractal uses the ƒractally process to help EOS.
You can also watch the introductory ƒractally video below to learn more about how this process empowers communities to create public goods. Daniel Larimer explains how the ƒractal process supercharges the creation of public goods and why ƒractal DAOs are an ideal way to organize communities to produce public goods at 3:21. You can also hear Daniel Larimer explain more about this at 8:02 and 10:46.
What Public Goods does Eden ƒractal Provide for EOS?
There are at least four ways that Eden ƒractal provides public goods for EOS:
1. Eden ƒractal Creates Helpful Content
Eden ƒractal provides a stage for all participants to share their stories about helping EOS and creates exciting videos with enormous evergreen value for the EOS community. In addition to exciting videos, Eden ƒractal also creates all kinds of other helpful multimedia content, which we will feature here soon.
You can learn more about the videos that Eden ƒractal creates and why these are so helpful for EOS in the draft article,
2. Eden ƒractal Provides Fun Events & Networking Opportunities
Eden ƒractal provides fun events and helpful networking opportunities for many of the best creators, builders, and developers in EOS. In addition to helping existing community members, Eden ƒractal also provides a welcoming environment for anyone to join, meet EOS community members, ask questions live on video calls, and learn about EOS.
You can learn more about these events and why they’re so helpful for EOS in the draft article,
3. Eden ƒractal Builds Open-Source Software for ƒractal Cooperation on EOS
Eden ƒractal provides open-source software for any community to cooperate ƒractally with EOS. In just two months since the inception of Eden ƒractal, we’ve already helped coordinate, incentivize, and inspire the development of the most helpful DAO tooling in the world!
You can learn about the tooling that Eden ƒractal is building to empower all communities with EOS in the draft article,
4. Eden ƒractal Inspires Communities
Eden ƒractal has already inspired several successful EOSIO communities to cooperate ƒractally to create more public goods for the community.
You can learn more about the communities that Eden ƒractal inspires and how this fosters even more public goods in the draft article,
Is Eden ƒractal a Public Good?
Yes, all Eden ƒractal events host are non-exclusive and open for anyone to participate. We welcome and encourage new participants to join Eden ƒractal events. In fact, Eden ƒractal events welcome and encourage new participants so much that the community gives EOS & EDEN Respect to everyone who participates and reaches consensus in Eden ƒractal meetings!
You can learn more about how you can earn EOS & Eden by participating in Eden ƒractal events at EdenFractal.com/details. You can also learn more details about the public good nature of Eden ƒractal here.
How Much Time has the Eden ƒractal Community Invested to Provide Public Goods for EOS?
As a rough approximation, Eden ƒractal has had an average of 16 people joining for about 2 hour weekly meetings for 10 weeks. This is approximately 320 hours invested at Eden ƒractal meetings from many of the leading builders in EOS.
In addition to contributing time at the events, contributors have invested far more time creating public goods for EOS outside of the events.
Eden Creators has invested over 700 EOS. Dan Singjoy has invested hundreds of hours building Eden ƒractal for the benefit of EOS. Also,
James Mart has invested over 40 hours building tools for the Eden ƒractal.
Combined, all of these public good creators have recieved a total of 1000 EOS, which was donated by NovaCrypto and Eden Creators.
Much more coming soon…
Many more details will be added to this page soon. You can also view
You may be interested to read the following draft articles to learn more about Eden ƒractal. Please note that these articles are in early stages of development and will be updated soon to provide much better experiences for everyone.