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This is the second of a three-part share explaining how DAOs work. In this episode, Nigerian creator, scientist and knowledge worker Justin Irabor offers pointers on setting up a DAO.

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Useful References:

OP-ED: How African Digital Currency Innovation Found Roots in a Village by Michael Kimani (Kenyan Wallstreet)

BLOG: DAOs Are The Next Big Thing by Oxjim (Coinmonks)

ARTICLE: What Are DAOs And Why You Should Pay Attention by Cathy Hackl (Forbes)

WIKI: Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) by Ethereum

JOURNAL: The DAO Controversy: The Case for a New Species of Corporate Governance? by Robbie Morrison, Natasha C. H. L. Mazey and Stephen C. Wingreen (Frontiers in Blockchain)

JOURNAL: A comparative analysis of the platforms for decentralized autonomous organizations in the Ethereum blockchain by Youssef Faqir-Rhazoui, Javier Arroyo and Samer Hassan (Journal of Internet Services and Applications)

TUTORIAL: Build a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) on Celo by Figment

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