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Backfeed: an operating system for decentralised organisations

by Futures Centre, Oct 25
1 minute read

A new operating system for organisations, called Backfeed, aims to enable “large-scale, free and systematic cooperation between thousands of people without the coordination of any central authority”.

It is founded upon a peer-to-peer evaluation system, based on tokens that are recorded on blockchains. The tokens represent the perceived value of individual contributions to a community and enable the organisation to compensate accordingly.


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