DXdao supports The DAOist’s GGG22 in Amsterdam

The cultural evolution needed to enable a decentralized world of DAOists

4 min readApr 15, 2022
DXdao and The DAOist

DXdao has been an early supporter of The DAOist, sponsoring events in Paris and Lisbon, and is excited to continue this tradition with the first edition of The DAOist’s Global Governance Gathering, which takes place in Amsterdam on April 18–19. DXdao passed an on-chain proposal to sponsor the Global Governance Gathering — or GGG22 as a Patron Sponsor. The DXdao community looks forward to engaging with other DAOs and exploring the latest developments in decentralized governance.


The DAOist believes the era of DAOs is in its infancy and that DAOs are more than just a technical and organizational revolution. They are supporting a vision where DAOs enable a lifestyle characterized by purpose, ownership, collaboration, and openness. GGG22 aims to bring together leading DAOists to share experiences, deepen connections, and set a shared agenda for the DAO space.

GGG22 will take place on Monday, April 18th, and Tuesday, April 19th in Amsterdam.

On the Agenda

The first day, “DAO Operatives Playground”, is an intimate conversation focused workshop style event with limited access. It is specifically geared to active and experienced DAO contributors, “DAOplomats”, with the aim of bringing them together to get to know one another more intimately. Affording attendees the opportunity to expand their networks, knowledge and develop more intimate relationships. As a key supporter, DXdao will have a strong attendance of contributors for this special event.

Tobacco Theater

The second day will be open to the broader DAO community and larger in size. The day will be filled with Talks, Discussion Panels, Workshops, Art exhibitions, Chill zones, Working areas and Food & Beverages.

DXdao will have a sizable presence at GGG22 and it will be a great opportunity to showcase the tools and systems that DXdao currently uses in our day to day governance. This will also be an opportunity to showcase our future governance models and how they will fit into our governance.

Below is the itinerary for the presentations and workshops hosted by DXdao contributors:

  1. Melanie Davis will be co-hosting:
    “OPEN HOURS: Building healthy teams”: with Loie with Gitcoin, Lenka with MakerDAO, Moshe with Coordinape and Sandy with Gitcoin
    Place: Golden Salon
    Time: 11:40am — 12:40pm
  2. Chris Powers will be presenting:
    “Sovereignty in blockchains and DAOs: The emergence of internet-native sovereignty”
    Place: Hall of DAOs
    Time: 12:40pm — 1:00pm
  3. Sky Minert will be hosting the:
    “Workshop: How DAOs Can Use Community Incentive Tools”
    Place: Black Lounge
    Time: 12:00pm — 1:00pm

Carrot will be featured in this workshop and will also dive into the Carrot Activation campaign, setting the stage for the DXdao Twitter Awareness Activation.

The DXdao Twitter Awareness Activation uses Carrot.eth 🥕 to bring more awareness to DXdao and its products by having a set of thought leaders in the space follow DXdao’s Twitter: @DXdao_. This is bound to be an exciting experiment, but for now, there will be no Alpha. Be sure to attend the workshop and to follow: @CarrotEth on Twitter for up-to-date information!

DXdao will also be hosting a special activation during the event and handing out some DXdao branded items — keep an eye out for this!

We look forward to seeing you all in Amsterdam!

About DXdao: DXdao is a decentralized collective that builds, owns, and governs DeFi and governance products. Reputation (REP) is voting power in DXdao, and DXD is the financial token with a claim on profit from DXdao products.

DXdao products include Omen (prediction markets), Carrot (programmable incentives), and Swapr (governance-enabled AMM). DXdao believes in governance and decentralization.

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