MakerDAO SES – Removing barriers between decentralized workforce, capital, and work | Fundamentals ep.50

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In this episode of the Fundamentals podcast, we're joined by Wouter Kampmann, Co-Founder at MakerDAO Sustainable Ecosystem Scaling (SES) – a Core Unit that focuses on sustainably growing the Maker Protocol’s moats by removing barriers between decentralized workforce, capital, and work – to discuss the basics of Maker and the SES Core Unit.

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Listen to the episode:

00:00 Introduction
00:55 MakerDAO and the DAI stablecoin
03:03 What are Core Units?
The Sustainable Ecosystem Scaling Core Unit
04:40 The expenses dashboard & its purpose
How is MakerDAO structured as an on-chain organization?
Overview of the different Core Units & what they do
12:45 How are the budgets for Core Units determined?
How have budgets and headcount developed over time?
Overview of Core Unit expense reports
Forecast & MKR Vesting -tabs
Auditor cycle – quality control and auditing of expense reports
24:40 What’s next for MakerDAO?

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