The DAOist's first DAO - Dawn will set the agenda for the future of its community. From tokenomics to Lisbon Metahub access and setup, the people in Dawn will be part of the DAOist's most vital decisions.
A cryptonative political space working on outreach, education and publishing for all DAOs.
We are moving locations, but the Metahub lives on, and the memories will stay forever.
A mix of DAO veterans, technologists, community leaders and creators. Some Portugal focused, some with global reach. All deeply talented in their focus areas. These Elders have already been on-boarded and are partly responsible in some way for the current design of Dawn.
The people BUIDLing all this
A small detachment of Kolektivo Labs set off to organise a side event to ETHcc - and now here we are. These are the people behind most of all The DAOist things out in the wild right now. All completely mad in love with Public Goods, Politics, Design and Culture.
Lumio, previously called Foenix, was a social media analytics company that helped brands like Audi, David Jones and Red Balloon source legitimate influencers for social media campaigns.
“We were essentially the Instagram police and called out fake influencers left, right and centre. It was fun and all, but there is only so many bikini chicks you can look at on Instagram before you start losing your mind.”
Dan, Co-founder and CEO of Lumio
“After this, we both took up golf on during the week and started eating fancy dinners at the local Country Club... Ha. This is not what happened at all. We suck at golf and love eating Guzman Y Gomez.”
Adam, Co-founder of Lumio
Adam decides to stay in Sydney and cut his teeth as a Product Designer with one of Sydney's leading design studios.
Whilst in Germany, Dan worked with with brands such as Daniel Wellington and BMW - Ja!
Adam worked with clients like Vodafone, TAFE NSW, Adobe and also won the 'Good Design Australia' award for his work on the Seatfrog website.
The name "Relume" is born.
To relight or rekindle (a light, flame, etc.)
To do this they would have to build a company that would be profitable in its first year. Not the next Uber of *insert clever idea*.
“Relume was an opportunity for us to build a profitable business, not a startup that bleeds cash, whilst doing what we love to do. It also allows us to learn about all types of businesses and the problems they deal with. These are all opportunities that we could potentially solve for in the future. For now, our goal is simple, we want to build a kickass business which means we really want our customers and the Webflow community to succeed too.”
Dan, Co-founder of Relume