Calling All Founders.
Web3-native infrastructure for the next century of societies.
Launch your community into Web3 without writing a line of code.
Designed to be flexible and customizable to the needs of Startup Societies, Network States, and everything in between.
When joining a new community, alignment with a society’s common purpose is essential. Founders attract their tribe by defining the values, customs, traditions, norms, and other characteristics of their society culture.
This may include outlining moral principals, shaping the standards of behavior for my community to value and follow, and other practices that enhances the wellbeing of the community.
All communities are not created equal. You decide the level of decentralization you need.
Members participate in the decision-making process by creating proposals and voting on them, creating a historical record of the society’s milestones as it evolves.
Share the stage and let members prepare proposals for societal change.
Your questions answered to prepare for launch.
What’s the difference in a startup society and a DAO?
A startup society incorporates several lessons from the DAO experience in Web3. Admittedly, they share similarities, and in fact there could be DAOs that look similar to startup societies. However, in practice the two concepts are meaningfully distinct. Network States are value-based, and while they may be decentralized (one member, one vote), a Network State could also have centralized leadership, if citizens choose that. DAOs are usually token-based, focused on collective asset management, through decentralized decision-making.
What do I need to do to be ready to create my society?
We created a few free resources to help you get started:
Good Luck Founder!
Is there a cost to create a society on Jur?
At this time Jur is encouraging feedback in order to develop the best L1 infrastructure available that allows founders to create user-owned communities, natives on-chain, new governments, fundraising, and everything they need: voting systems, courts, jurisdictions, oracle systems.
As such, we are inviting users onto the platform to create and manage their own societies at the cost of modest transaction fees only.
Why is Jur building on Polkadot?
Blockchains have experienced the curse of success. They work great, as long as not too many people use them. But when they succeed, they begin to fail, because they cannot handle enough transactions. Polkadot uses a new approach called “sharding” that allows it to process many transactions on several chains in parallel instead of one by one. And that means there is room for enormous growth.