Squads Weekly Update 16–22 May
Here is a rundown of the latest Squads updates!
👀 Mobile version Sneak Peak
Squads mobile version is on the way!
Soon users will be able to approve transactions and view proposals on the go📱
Currently, our devs are running tests to make sure everything runs smoothly, so stay tuned!
🫂 Community call
Community Calls are weekly updates from Squads where we talk about newly shipped product features, plans for the future, and fascinating topics in the DAO space.
Last time we covered:
- 2242 squads on mainnet 📈
- Fixed a few performance issues, thanks to feedback from our Discord;
- Few UX improvements;
- Squads are going to AthensDAO;
- Customize the pfp and description of your Squad — add jpg, png, gif, change Squads’s description even after deployment;
- Mobile version is on the way, currently undergoing testing;
- Program updates are coming soon (finalizing UI and UX), additional audit is in plans;
💀 Twitter spaces. Grim Syndicate x Squads: The Road to DAOification
Grim Syndicate is an NFT community that after minting managed to grow into a DAO with an intricate organizational structure. Their community consists of autonomous working groups that are funded by the mainDAO treasury. Each group serving its own function uploads a report of the conducted work for everyone to assess, this autonomous structure allows for a completely decentralized community governance and helps the Grim Syndicate brand grow in an efficient and agile way.
We talked about their journey from an NFT project to a DAOfied community and the possible role of protocols like Squads in their organizational process.
Stay tuned for the upcoming Squads Twitter spaces!
🍇 GrapeDAO: A case study
After exploring such fundamental crypto concepts as multisigs, DAOs, and subDAOs structures as well as learning more about Squads main features, “Squads 101” series is moving on to introducing and studying early adopters and experimenters in our novice industry. In honor of AthensDAO first up for a deep dive from Squads was Grape, we found them to have an incredibly unique organizational design, governance process, and numerous subDAOs.
Give this case study a read here:
If you are more into Twitter thread format, we got you:
We are thrilled to be a part of the first community-run HackerHouseX AthesDAO!
Rewatch the livestream of Squads presentation here: https://youtu.be/0c4NJ2lDfrc?t=14733