Zeitgeist - an update
We're about three weeks into Zeitgeist - a small group of early-stage teams working on crypto-native products/protocols who have come together to do a sprint until the end of the year.
We'd like to take a moment and share an update on our journey with you.
Communities grow to become what they are based on the people involved. And so we're grateful to have 10 uniquely thoughtful and talented teams coming together:
Tarun is building Aikido - a product for managing bounties, the atomic unit of work in open communities.
Wei Jie is working on a cross-chain bridge architecture using ZKPs.
Our intention has been to create an environment where teams can be open with the real obstacles they're navigating. Questions like "how do we strike a balance between immutability & upgradability", "how do we structure our entities and DAO", "how do we think about security audits" have come up. We've been having weekly syncs, hosting discussions with experienced builders/operators, and experimenting with the form factor to unlock what's possible here.
We plan to begin sharing learnings where they might be helpful for the wider community. You can follow Zeitgeist on Twitter (@zeitgeist_xyz) and subscribe to this newsletter for updates on this front.
If you'd like to help with Zeitgeist and the teams participating in the sprint - whether you're an engineer, designer, lawyer, community builder, or simply have an idea you'd like to share - please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you.