Today we ask three important questions and invite you to join joyful competitions to optimize the growth of Optimism!
- How can public goods creators stand out from the crowd and be recognized for their work?
- How can citizens fairly reward everyone creating a positive impact to the Optimism Collective?
- What is the best way to share fun, inspiring experiences that help everyone enjoy the benefits of Optimism?
The answer dear friends is Public Goods Games. Imagine epic tournaments where talented creators compete, collaborate, and coordinate to help the Optimism Collective. Like the Olympic Games, but for creating public goods.
Imagine groups of builders, artists, and entrepreneurs coming together from around the world to share their work and award public goods creators who grow Optimism. A community gathering of optimistic leaders playing innovative consensus games to spread the Optimistic Vision, summon Ether’s Phoenix, and create a better future for all.
We’re excited to share a new type of game that can create profound benefits for Optimism. Consensus games. Explore below to learn how we can grow the Optimism Collective with the Respect Game and RetroPitches.
The Respect Game is a simple and profoundly helpful game that anyone can play to grow their community. This consensus game is at the heart of Optimism Fractal and our work at Optimystics. You can watch intro videos and learn more about the Respect Game in this article.
RetroPitches feature fun, friendly competitions where RetroPGF applicants present their projects and participants rank their pitches. These games give public goods creators a great opportunity to promote their RetroPGF grant and provide citizens with an easy way to learn about exciting work in the Optimism Collective. You can learn more about RetroPitches in this article.
Public Goods Events
Optimism Fractal provides a perfect place to collaborate with talented optimists and earn awards for helping the Optimism Collective. Optimism Fractal is dedicated to fostering collaboration and awarding public goods creators on Optimism. You can register for weekly email reminders at event page and find details at OptimismFractal.com.
You can explore other communities that are playing these public goods games on our events and communities pages. In addition, our tools are all open-source so anyone can play the Respect Game at their events. We’re happy to help you get started, so feel free to reach out with any questions or comments!