Announcing the first $AFTR Governance Council Meeting

September 9, 2021 // 2 PM EST, 7 PM WAT, 9 PM EAT

It’s been 4 months since the official launch of the AfrofutureDAO. So far through our quarterly drops we’ve generated 26.35 Ethereum for African creators. We’ve gotten more clear on our mission and manifesto. And now time for us to take the next steps to further decentralize the AfrofutureDAO.

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  1. 10 minutes — Quick intros
  2. 5 minutes — AfrofutureDAO update
  3. 2 minutes — Brief intro to affinity compasses
  4. 15 minutes — Filling in affinity compasses separately (silently)
  5. 5 minutes — Clustering (silent)
  6. 20 minutes — Discuss clusters and open questions
  7. 5 minutes — Check out

On this kickoff meeting we’ll finalize the principles and goals of the AfrofutureDAO. Hope to see you all there!

Apply to become an official member on the $AFTR Governance Council

Click the link below to complete the application process and join the founding $AFTR Governance Council.

Apply to join the governance council.

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