Rehash: A Web3 Podcast

Public Goods are Good w/Scott Moore

Episode Summary

On this Episode of Rehash: a web3 podcast, we sat down with Scott Moore, Co-Founder of Gitcoin, to talk all things public goods.

Episode Notes

On this Episode of Rehash: a web3 podcast, we sat down with Scott Moore, Co-Founder of Gitcoin. Gitcoin is the place where the world’s leading web3 projects are born, validated, and funded.

We kickoff the episode getting to know Scott, his background, and how he ended up Co-Founding Gitcoin. Scott explains several definitions of a public good and we discuss the intersection of public goods and the open web. 

Scott explains the terms refi and regen as they relate to public goods and web3, and we talk about the responsibility that we owe to one another as stewards of public goods. Scott defines quadratic funding and lays out some of its pros and cons, and we discuss quadratic voting and implementations of innovative DAO governance. 

We close out our conversation taking a look at the current bear market and evaluate the importance of not getting too cynical, and instead taking this time to focus on what really matters - community.

To continue this conversation and stay up to date on all things Rehash, you can follow Diana on Twitter @ddwchen and Rehash @rehashweb3. You can also follow Scott @notscottmoore and learn more about Gitcoin with the links below: 


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0:00 Intro

0:38 Scott’s Background

3:01 What is a public good? 

7:36 The intersection of public goods and the open web

11:03 Refi, regen, and public goods

15:39 The obligations that we owe to each other as it relates to public goods

19:52 What is quadratic funding?

24:31 Potential downsides of quadratic funding

29:11 Quadratic voting

31:40 Implementations of innovative DAO governance

33:56 Utilizing the bear market

45:36 This or that!

47:29 Follow Scott!


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