Privacy Semantics, the Conception of Law and Money with Chris Goes

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This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features Chris Goes, founder of the Anoma project, A blockchain protocol that is "Intent- centric", privacy preserving and decentralized.

On its white paper Anoma descirbes itself as "a unified architecture for full stack decentralised applications"

We spoke to Chris about Namada and:
  • Privacy and it’s importance and in governance
  • Polycentric conceptions of law
  • What do people want or not want out of money?
  • How money is embedded in cultural context
  • How semantics could lead to dystopia
  • Semantics vs syntax
  • Dangers of gradient decent
  • The nature of money
  • Solutions to shortcomings of blockchain governance
  • Democracy
  • Social equilibrium using technology
  • Consensus
  • Anarchism
  • Motivation

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