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= follow up on Backfeed: Backfeed has been stopped as a project and went into a next initiative: Daostack.

URL = https://daostack.io/


Tim Holborn:

"A synthesis of the answer provided by DAOstack’s architect Matan Field is that with Backfeed he had taken too much on himself as at some point he was effective the CEO, CTO, chief scientist, and chief product. Besides, in his words, the project lacked focus overall. Due to the many questions regarding function and design of decentralized collaborative platforms, during 18 months of work, Backfeed circled through 5 different products in search of the ultimate one that would materialize the vision and bring it into reality. Thus, it became clear that the team should stop and really specify the product it needs/wants to develop, before jumping again into further development." (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UK9eWFjQRbGtF7wAMBNyntT7kZNpvSIe5cSY_VAuE0Q/edit)

More information

  1. https://daostack.io/wp/DAOstack-White-Paper-en.pdf
  2. https://github.com/daostack

Relation with Backfeed:

  1. https://daotalk.org/t/relationship-between-daostack-and-backfeed/29
  2. https://medium.com/daostack/daostack-and-previous-projects-3ba3c0b69fd1

Daostack articles:

  1. https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/better-organize-decentralize-matan-field-daostack/
  2. https://cryptovest.com/reviews/daostack-ico-review-aiming-to-usher-in-an-era-of-decentralized-autonomous-organizations/
  3. https://medium.com/daostack/daostack-in-2019-76d7634e27c6