Fourth Industrial Revolution

Explainer: What is a DAO - and how did one of them almost succeed in buying the US Constitution?

Ethereum describes a DAO as like an online business that’s owned and managed by its members. Image: Unsplash/ Morthy Jameson

Douglas Broom

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ConstitutionDAO was outbid in its attempt to buy a historic copy of the US Constitution. Image: Sothebys

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