Aragon project updates: June 2020

Aragon Connect, Hack for Freedom, new token pages, ANT and Coinbase, Aragon Agreements explained...

Aragon Connect got released ⚡️

Connect is the #1 thing that Aragon users have asked us for. Now it’s here!

Hack for Freedom, an Aragon Connect hackathon

Hack for Freedom is a virtual hackathon celebrating developers creating tools for grassroots collaboration. The current global social unrest is a cry for help, and Web3 tools, specifically DAOs, could be extremely helpful.

Thanks to Aragon Connect, developers can now embed DAO functionality into their apps in just a few lines of code. This gives developers unprecedented power to create tools for social change.

Hack for Freedom will be happening July 6th to July 19th as a part of DAO Hack Month in collaboration with MetaGame’s Fork the World hackathon. Check it out →

Coinbase explores adding ANT 🏦

Coinbase Custody already listed ANT just a couple months ago. Now, Coinbase itself is exploring adding ANT. Read more →

DAOs are the next big thing after social media 🔮

DAOs may be the most important innovation to address the existential threats that stand in our way. Discover why →


Artist Zack Fox shares Aragon on Twitter! 🎤

We have found that more and more people are organically spreading the word about Aragon on Twitter. But there’s so much work to make it usable for everyone, and not just crypto natives!

New token pages for ANT, ANJ and ARA ⛓

The Aragon Network is a digital jurisdiction for digital organizations, and ANT is its fuel. ANJ (Aragon Court) and ARA (Aragon Chain) are work tokens for different service protocols of the Aragon Network.

The new token pages clearly explain what each token does and the relationship between them.

Read more about ANT, ANJ and ARA

New release of the Aragon client 🏠

Explaining Aragon Agreements 📑

DAOs with Agreements are more proactive, accountable, and share clear missions.

Aragon Agreements leverage Aragon Court to allow DAOs to supplement their programmatic rules with subjective constraints interpretable in plain English. Discover how →

New advisory board for the Aragon Association 🏃‍♀️

The Aragon Association just announced its new advisory board composed of Tim Draper, Brayton Williams, and Stefano Bernardi. Read more →

Visual refresh for the Aragon Manifesto 📃

The visual refresh makes it easier to digest. Check it out! →


Talks and podcasts 📣

Other updates 🚀