When Kleros 1.0 was launched in 2019, the Ethereum ecosystem lacked good, decentralized, blockchain-based identity tools. Ethereum users were only identified by their address, and any user could generate as many addresses as they wanted so that it would seem that their actions were being made by many different
Apply now and help build the future of decentralized justice! In August of 2018, we launched the Kleros Fellowship of Justice with the goal of creating a strong community of experts in the emerging field of decentralized justice. In this six month-long program, participants from the fields of computer science,
Some notes on the Schneider and Buterin debate on governance and cryptoeconomics... Acknowledgements and thanks to Federico Ast and Yann Aouidef for their review and feedback. This article seeks to gives some of our perspectives on the nature of cryptoeconomics, and what it can accomplish and what its limitations are.