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How to manage Real Property in a DAO (part 1/n)

Continuing on from this great article by https://medium.com/lexdaoism/nfts-evolutions-from-collectibles-to-real-estate-72d657cec4b1. Real entities can manage real property, which is a captain obvious point. But DAO’s can also be real entities when they are basically companies that want to govern assets on a…


The stated policy goals are to protect retail and encourage capital formation. Does retail feel protected by the current regulatory frameworks?

We live in a financial prison

Part 1 and Part 2 of this “Beyond the Wall” series if you missed them.

Much of the essay has been spent on just the costs of the current…


If so, how does it get it back. Click HERE for Part 1

The SEC appears to be rapidly losing legitimacy. The players that tried an approach of engagement, like Coinbase, are getting hammered. A growing list of billionaires from Elon Musk and Mark Cuban and common folk alike are…


Come here ye wildlings

Part 1 — SEC Casts Watch — Crypto Regulation Beyond the Wall

Science Fiction and Fantasy are such great blueprints for ethical and societal problems. Imagination is the blueprint for outrageous metaphors showcasing societal caricatures and power dynamics. They are creative sandboxes to explore human nature, ethics and morals without…


For Full Conversation of Artist

EXPERIMENTS WITH NFT’s

Recently I have been fascinated with crypto history, firsts and lasts and going down some ever deepening rabbit holes. The DAO tokens, Cryptopunks and even early rug pulls. History is where we learn that most newly invented things were already invented in the past. Though usually lacking…


How to Use Fancy Math to Token Gate Due Diligence Rooms

This is a cross post that combines my side side project Farmapper, with my side side project LexDAOism. Avid readers remember when we built a due diligence room on Farmapper in the cloud using tax assessor parcel shapes, legal…


What we need here is a good old fashioned cat herder

Public Comments are Enshrined in Rule Making

Law is code, code is law. But for either to work it takes a community. The community being governed must accept the law, or at least not overtly reject it. Therefore it is a staple of good public rulemaking to solicit public input into rule making. …


Slippery little buggers

Case Study #4 — SushiSwap aging like a fine wine

After a delay to explore our enumerated rights under the US Constitution, we backtrack to explore fair launches and food fights. This case study has all the betrayal and intrigue of an episode of Game of Thrones with, at times…


Hairst Moose wee mammal with whyte underpairts and a nakit tail

Belangin tae the subfaimily Murinae, the genus isnae near sib tae ony ither murine genus

In the last article we had a low key experiment with NFT’s and stamping music licenses, but for this next low brow experiment we want to set up a fake Scot Wiki Moose Club. NFT’s show great promise, but…


1’s and 0’s how a computer would see the US flag

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. U. S. Const. 1st Amendment

James McCall

Love agriculture, finance, and law Not legal advice. DAO things w/ @lex_dao ; @farmapper working wit @realdao ; views are mine and relatively scenic

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