A collective is a group of entities that share or are motivated by at least one common issue or interest, or work together to achieve a common objective.
Join Edgeware's Proposals channel to discuss, debate and develop proposals for the community to fund. Proposals cover chain upgrades, changes to core governance principles and a wide range of project plans by a wide range of teams.
Focuses on developing and exploring the brand, including visual, emotional, experiential values of Edgeware, evangelizing use cases, and developing assets to communicate the above.
Works to create an ecosystem of support for developers and application builders in the network. Resources, Q/A, and discussion about technical advancement of the network are the usual activities.
Works to enable a robust infrastructure and cutting-edge support for DAOs and organizational primitives within Edgeware: Legal bridging, budgeting tools, organizational structures, reputation and deployment of DAOs.
This working group works with artists and art industry actors across mediums of visual, music, NFT and more to ensure that Artists and the Arts are a healthy and innovative sector of Edgeware, and seeks to solve problems with the sustainability, production and consumption of art works.
This working group draws community members from Edgeware, other blockchain projects and curious people to talk about market chatter, parachain economics, token price Qs, memes and moons.
Dedicated to cutting-edge technology but also having a good time, the Gaming Working Group is for discussing all things cryptographic and how they might be used in building games of the future.
The University group focuses on building bridges to academia and students via research grants and initiatives that can help unlock education around the power of Edgeware, blockchain technology in general and how applications can be created across different industries.
The ZK Working Group is interested in advancing zero-knowledge and privacy primitives for Edgeware and for the Substrate ecosystem for a variety of applications such as bridges, DeFi, identity, and governance. The group's core focus is on identifying research that can be used in novel ways in the ecosystem.
Start your own collective
In Edgeware, working groups function as mission-based development organizations that are composed of members who share interests, needs, and passions.
Where an Ambassador team is largely formed to promote a network in a variety of ways, Working Groups are intended to solve issues specific to a community while also expanding the awareness and utility of the network.
Solve problems using the new world of blockchain and currency and collaborate with other Edgeware experts.
Request funds from the Treasury to execute your mission.
Regional groups are designed to drive awareness of the network, research key areas of interest and solve problems within distinct geographical areas.
Whatever you want, really: Your community is self-determining.
Utilise Commonwealth's open-source interface to organize your group, project or community initiative.
Identity or Community-based solution groups: Minorities, Social Justice, or others.
Organize your community into a political power within the network.
Specific technology applications,
Privacy for instance.
Advance the community of EDG citizens.