Ethereum has been described as an “unprecedented arena for playing cooperative games” [1 [https://medium.com/@virgilgr/ethereum-is-game-changing-technology-literally-d67e01a01cf8] ]. But this arena today is powered by a certain hyper-competitive game, the game of MEV, which has corrupted the process by which our transactions become part of the blockchain. Millions of dollars
Coordination creates value. Something that costs money if you do it alone, can become cheaper if done in a group. With the right group, it could even become free, or sometimes, become positive-sum, and actually start earning money. Blockchain transactions. They cost money if you do them alone. But we
KeeperDAO is no more. We've made it official, and re-named ourselves Rook. It's the name most people were using anyway! Vox populi, vox Dei. While this is a short mental leap (our governance token was ROOK right from the beginning), it’s not quite so simple a change. But it
Catalog, a revolutionary new cross-chain trading system secured by the power of Ren, will be built with KeeperDAO Coordination.
Because the number of contributors to KeeperDAO has been growing rapidly [https://blog.keeperdao.com/labs/], and with the introduction of decentralised governance [https://blog.rook.fi/introducing-keeperdao-governance/], it's become increasingly important to codify the DAO's mission, vision, and the core principles that will drive its collective decision-making going forward.
The purpose of this document is to lay the foundations for the community governance of KeeperDAO. It draws inspiration from a vast body of work, reaching beyond the traditional blockchain literature in order to give the governors of KeeperDAO the highest standard of knowledge about the new and extraordinary system
> All things must change To something new, to something strange. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Kéramos (1878), line 32 KeeperDAO Community, we hope you have been enjoying the calm before the storm. It is indeed an important moment for us. We are just days away from the launch of kCompound [https://medium.