The feeling was extraordinary, Being able to do work for and be paid by a decentrlized protocol is extremely powerful. The fact that you simply need to provide honest work and add value to the community was mindblowing to me.
In this Q&A, we’re joined by Decred Politeia developer Tiago Alves Dulce. For those interested in their work and contributions, these can be found on GitHub – https://github.com/tiagoalvesdulce. tiagoalvesdulce - Overviewtiagoalvesdulce has 13 repositories available. Follow their code on GitHub.GitHub For those not familiar, Politeia
On the same night, I read “Blockchain Governance: Programming Our Future” I thought Decred most resembled what he was talking about. I never looked back. The Rabbit Hole is REAL.
Initially, I was curious about the work paradigm that the project adopts. I was surprised to hear how Decred funds the work of contributors from all around the world with no central command.
There isn’t a day that goes by that Decred isn’t building and improving. There isn’t a day that goes by where its developers aren’t producing some of the most innovative code in the cryptocurrency space. But how does the project continue this progress? How does it
Decred has many unsung heroes in the community and in today’s interview we meet another of Decred’s low-key developers who works diligently on various initiatives including Politeia and Decred Brazil.
In this series, we aim to find out a little more about the developers who make the Decred project possible. The aim is to touch base with what they are up to now; where they see the project going, and to find out more about what brought them to the project.