The Curio Cards
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DAO and Contribution
Mission and Ideals
Mission and Ideals
How the Curio DAO and its members guide their activities for the Curio Cards ecosystem
Protect and preserve the historical Curio Cards project.
Make Guilds a home for Curio Cards artists, developers and the wider community.
Make Guilds supportive spaces; the ‘first stop’ for someone with an idea.
Educate on art, crypto, and security best practices.
Foster collaboration and harmony in the Curio Cards and NFT community.
Expand the Curio Cards ecosystem with friends (partners and integrations), support (documentation and community), and tools (dApps, utilities, games and more).
Onboard individuals into art, crypto, and the Curio Cards community.
Create real opportunities for DAO member growth.
Nurture the spirit of Art experimentation and exploration.
Pay artists for their work.
Respect each person’s artistic preference.
Use the power of Art to include more people in Crypto.
Keep it Open Source.
Create excellence first, financial return second.
Use the power of Crypto to include more people in Art.
Advocate for Crypto and Web3.
Openly accept all Curious Raccoons.
Tolerate no harassment.
Choose long-term integrity over short-term reward.
Spread no FUD or misinformation, even if it benefits Curio Cards.
Be family-friendly project. Curio is a cartoon raccoon who loves to collect and share.
Respect others' personal financial decisions.
Honor the right to anonymity.
Coordinate, not speculate.
Curio DAO is a coordination tool, not a token.
We vote with the Cards because we like the Cards.
Community growth with openness - no secret paid shilling.
Favor decentralized decision making. “Just Say No to Bottlenecks and Hierarchy”
Collaboration over speed.
Generous use of trust and respect, instead of oversight and control.
Empowerment and meritocratic compensation of members’ DAO contributions.
Iterative change is the best kind of change.
Encourage bold and original ideas.
Restore a Keystore File
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