July 13th, 2022

What’s the context?

This document’s table of contents:

  • What’s the context?
    • What’s the definition of a DAO?
    • What’s the initial historical reference point?
    • What’s a World computer?
    • What’s a VM-DLT asset?
  • What’s a DAO to a legal engineer?
    • multisignatory shared possession of by-proxy and by-corpus assets
    • outsource governance to machines with deference or equivalence
    • What’s code-deference?
    • permissionless arms-length business reliance using composability
  • What’s a soul-DAO?
    • DAO as OS
    • What’s the OS of a World computer VM-DLT?
    • community DAO and personal soul-DAO
  • references
February 6th, 2022

This ~8 minute read explains important fundamentals of “spacetimescale” logic.

What’s a scaletile?

There are a variety of ways to discretely tile objects to create a continuous, flat and finite plane.

For instance, this is a Cartesian method that does it.

November 29th, 2021

This ~8 minute read explains how to structure a basic “beget.sol” Solidity smart contract dataset using SeedTree organizing principles.

What’s Solidity?

Solidity is the most popular language that directly instructs the Ethereum Virtual Machine (“EVM”). Solidity is Turing-complete “contract source code.”

Solidity is a relatively unique language, and for good reason.

October 19th, 2021

This ~8 minute read explains how to make “Beyond Mythic” Amulets!

What’s an Amulet?

Amulets can be seen as a fun way to understand proof-of-work. As described in the Bitcoin whitepaper, “proof-of-work involves scanning for a value that when hashed, such as with SHA-256, the hash begins with a number of zero bits.”

According to at.amulet.garden, “an Amulet is a kind of poem that depends on language, code, and luck: (1) its complete Unicode text is 64 bytes or less; and (2) the hexadecimal SHA-256 hash of the text includes four or more 8s in a row.”