Infinity DAO



Infinity DAO is building a global, deeply community-driven and decentralized economy, so we can introduce stability and transparency back into financial markets and create financial inclusion for all. DAO decides things in $IND, include its income distribution.
●Community-run Fundamentally, Infinity DAO is creating a global and community-owned economy. It can't be a centrally planned economy, and it can't be an oligopoly that favors the few. We want to lean into decentralized structures because we believe DAOs have unique properties that make them better over centralized organizations in the long term. In this context, we want to create a safe and inclusive space that unlocks the maximum potential of ALL humans.
●Results-oriented Infinity DAO exists to support projects that bring value to the IND economy. This means we're intentional and can clearly articulate our vision, goals and roadmap. We're decentralized but organized. In practice, this means we have just enough structure to align contributors, create accountability and ensure successful execution. We do so by defining the vision, setting clear goals and communicating roadmap. Goals and OKRs define calculated steps to reach that vision. High-level goals should be defined by individual teams (marketing, engineering, product, community, policy, etc.) and debated with other teams. Alignment on quarterly goals sets a north compass that everyone can execute toward. Roadmap defines how the DAO will reach the goals. The roadmap does not serve to be prescriptive. Instead, it aims to drive accountability to projects and teams, add visibility to broader community and outsiders, and ensure alignment between various teams. The roadmap is meant to be grassroots, in that each project is championed by community members.
●Results-oriented Infinity DAO is in it for the long-run. We believe that we can outlast the economic structures of today and be a model for how economies should be run in the future. As such, we consider the long-term implications of our decisions. We're deliberate in our decisions, but we are not rushed. When faced with tough trade-offs, we consider the long-term impact. While we believe decentralized structures are best suited for achieving this vision, we realize that some structure is needed to align on common goals, evaluate projects, create accountability and ensure successful execution.
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