Website Relaunch Announcement
The Decentralized Future Council is excited to announce the launch of our redesigned website! The new website was made in partnership with Savas Labs digital agency. Looking to create a site that represents the future and potential of web3, the new and improved DFC site was designed to make an impression and reflect the future potential of the decentralized web. Now, our site is faster than before, easier to navigate and more user friendly. The team is more visible and it is a simple process to find all our resources and media. We hope you enjoy the new site and look forward to engaging with you online and off.
Understanding Web3 Content Moderation
J. Scott Babwah Brennen
Examining Web3 content moderation, this blog post is the first in a series exploring Web3 Trust & Safety issues. Content moderation presents a series of difficult questions and problems. Rather than offering a comprehensive or definitive take on the matter, this post opens the conversation with a 40,000-foot view of Web3 content moderation, presenting a few thoughts on what might be new about Web3 content moderation and what is not.
An Order Beyond Cryptocurrency
Hillary Brill, Ryan Burns
Today, Biden’s executive order on cryptocurrency upholds that decentralized technologies can be a means for innovation and competition when paired with responsibility and accountability. The Decentralized Future Council supports Biden’s view of embracing responsible technologies with appropriate rail guards to provide benefits to greater society.
Technological Spaces on "Explain to Shane" Copy
To start off 2022, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Shane Tews of the Explain to Shane podcast. Throughout our half-hour conversation we discussed all things Web3 including: as it relates to its potentiality to affect our current internet landscape, the need for greater regulatory guidance, and finally ending with a call for diversification in our technological spaces.