Guilds & Alliances of MetaGame (who's next?)

MetaGame is all about bringing together pieces of the “new world” puzzle that fit together to form the bigger picture of a new socioeconomic system.
That means it’s time to start connecting with more and more people that are aligned with our goal of building a new world, and integrating those projects & communities that make it possible.

We’ll call these basic building blocks Guilds & Alliances.

  • A Guild - being any group of people with a long term goal be it a project, startup, company or a non-profit.
  • An Alliance - being a group of Guilds.

I think it’s safe to say:

  • Raid Guild & Mooni are OG guilds (community projects) of MetaGame
    & MetaCartel the OG alliance (a community of community projects)

Although we should maybe make that official in some way?
Should we pass proposals through Raid Guild & MetaCartel?

Now!

These are just a few, if we want to really shake things up, we’ll need at least about a dozen more to start with :wink:

So let’s proceed with some suggestions!

  • Suggest a hackathon project we should contact
  • Suggest guilds/groups of people with similar goals
  • Suggest bigger communities we should connect with
  • Suggest projects that are building parts of the infrastructure that could be used for MetaGame
  • Suggest projects working on solutions or simply already helping out there in the real world
  • Suggest we add your project :slight_smile:
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  • Guilds with similar goals
    I like 1Hive! I haven’t yet many people from their community, but they seem really value aligned with what we’re doing.

  • Bigger communities we should connect with
    Any kind of alternative economy community. I just started trying to pierce this bubble by engaging with the sort of alternative-economics community. Another, even more alternative one we might want to engage with is the Transition Network. It’s a network of towns & initiatives building local communities with local economies and currencies.

  • Projects that are building parts of the infrastructure
    I don’t know what the project name is, but I met this guy Sergey & he was building a really cool DAO discovery tool during the unhacked hackathon in Paris. It’s able to browse DAOs on all existing DAO frameworks on Ethereum.

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Was it one of these?

http://deepdao.world/#/app/dashboard

https://mydaodashboard.com/

https://daometrics.com/

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If MetaGame might need sybil attack prevention, you should ally with BrightID DAO.

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You can count the players at Pokt.Network to come in as a guild and offer cost effective/decentralized infrastructure and support to any Metagame/Metafam app, PoC or whatever. Still going through Incentivized Testnet and likely need to work through details of how best to support, but the signal has been heard!

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I’d love to have my business Shenanigan become a Guild of MetaGame. We are set up with a DAO + aracred integration.

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https://www.reddit.com/r/gameb/

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Thanks, that’s a good one!
Been lurking gameb facebook groups, looks like they have a lot of people who are like “ok, so how do we actually build game b” - and there’s no answer from game b people…
If you decide to complete quest 2, maybe that subreddit is where you should post one of MG articles :slight_smile:

So, put together the wiki for “A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Token Engineering” which describes the Meta:

Timeline https://github.com/Freeelio/TE-Book/wiki/Timeline

Bounties & Quests https://github.com/Freeelio/TE-Book/wiki/Contributions-and-SourceCred

Plan is to experiment with SourceCred (Cred: TWL) how that will connect to actual Creds of TE Commons, and also to “guilding” in MetaGame and hence XPs and Seed. Since the book is a nice closed experiment, I believe we can include and gather experience with Augmented Bonding Curve: i.e. all of the below
(1) crowdsourced
(2) curated
(3) crowdfunded
(4) coordination

Please have a look at the Bounties and Quests, which do you think we can tackle already with the people already active in MetaGame?

Which bounties/quests are interesting to draw new people to MetaGame? Shall we? Or rather not? Although I believe, the example of a book is so straightforward, it’s a good onboarding candidate.

And how would that onboarding work? I’m happy to document the process, I believe there’s already a lot of the answers somewhere.

Any and all pointers appreciated.