ACJR Off the Record: How to Cover DAOs
Off the Record is back for its third and final season of the year. More than 100 journalists and researchers registered for the last season, where we looked at how to cover crypto's arrival in Washington, reporting on the NFT markets, and we hosted Kraken's session on regs and staking.
This time we're going to look at the red-hot topic of DAOs, and more.
As decentralized autonomous organizations crack into the mainstream, journalists are grappling with the unique challenges of reporting on a new form of human organization.
What are DAOs and how should they be covered differently, if at all, by the press? We're going to start with some definitions around this jargon-heavy subject, and then proceed to a roundtable discussion centered on how to improve the general understanding of what DAOs are, what they do and what they might do next.
Join CNBC reporter Taylor Locke (@itstaylorlocke), Decrypt reporter Jason Nelson (@dragonwolftech), University College Dublin researcher Paul Dylan-Ennis (@solarpunklabs), and Gitcoin DAO member Kevin Owocki (@owocki) in a conversation moderated by CoinDesk editor Zack Seward (@zackseward).
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About the Association of Cryptocurrency Journalists and Researchers (ACJR)
The ACJR is a professional body that recognises the best journalism and research on cryptocurrencies and blockchains.
Off the Record was put together by an ACJR working group comprising: Zack Seward, Leigh Cuen, Molly Jane Zuckerman, Joon Ian Wong.
This season of Off the Record is supported by Edge and Node.