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Welcome to CollectiveOne (Beta)

CollectiveOne is a method (and a platform) to develop open, decentralized and collaborative projects: projects to which anyone can, potentially, contribute, and which are collectively owned and self-governed by their contributors.

If you are interested setting up a project and testing the method and the tool, please get in contact with us.


Principles

Open collaboration

Like open-source projects, entry barriers are kept low to allow anyone to contribute to a project in similar conditions as those of previous contributors.

Contribution record and value

Individual contributions are recognized and valued relative to each other, using a project specific token called participation points.

Liquid ownership

The ownership of each project is linked to contributions, and, therefore, to participation points. The more you contribute, the more you own.

Efficient decentralized decision-making

Decisions are taken openly, letting any contributor to take/influence any decision. At the same time, it is not required, nor promoted, that all contributors influence all decisions, and voting weights can be different among contributors.

Transparency and open data

Projects data and communication channels are as open as possible, a necessary condition to balance the opportunity to participate. Moreover, transparency in CollectiveOne could reach hardcore levels, since a detailed record of all the contributions and decisions within a project may also become publicly available.

Roadmap

This website includes a basic prototype of the platform and is being actively used for the development of CollectiveOne itself. Other projects are also starting to use it. If you are interested in testing the method and the tool, please get in contact with us.

CollectiveOne wants to become, itself, a decentralized project, and be developed openly with contributions from new participants. The development pace of CollectiveOne will depend on the amount of contributors. It wants to be a product-driven project. The more contributors, the faster it should go.



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