We’re joined by Griff Green, one of the founders at Giveth. The organization, which emerged out of the ashes of the DAO, aims to create a better model for charitable work. Operating as a Dapp, Giveth aims to bring new governance models in the nonprofit space. The goal is to create better incentives for donors and charity workers, in all types of social good projects.

Topics covered in this episode:

  • Griff’s background as a gold-hodling digital nomad
  • His time spent at Slock.it and his involvement in the aftermath of the DAO collapse
  • How traditional charity organizations work
  • The problems these organizations face and how funds get allocated
  • The Giveth backstory and why the team chose to start the project
  • Incentive alignment in the charity space
  • The use of bonding curves and continuous organizations to fund charity projects
  • The project’s roadmap and future

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This episode is hosted by Sébastien Couture and Sunny Aggarwal. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/284