Science is leaping forward and the progress humanity has made in the last couple decades can’t be denied. The blockchain is also a part of the technology development and DeSci is here to help scientists with their research using DAOs and smart-contracts. Let’s look at how that works:
In traditional science the researchers search for financing in funds that have a small closed number of participants, deciding whether the information is valuable enough to be sponsored. That leads to very few projects getting enough attention and money to continue their developments and leaves many other prospective and talented researchers bankrupt, unless they work for a big company.
All the peer scientists can publish their researchers on web 3.0 and get enough support from DAO’s that are always in search of new “science GEMs”. That is what decentralisation is all about - making everyone’s rights equal and letting people not only depend on a chance.
When building a team for your rear after you manage to get sponsorship from a fund you’ll have to face a list of restrictions in terms of candidates, with each of them having to be expertised by the fund’s representatives. That might cause bright headed researchers to not get their place just because they don’t have enough experience.
Allows you to work with every member of the crypto community and to decide on how to share the grants you get from DAOs between your team. The harder and smarter you work - the more you get.
When publishing your work you’ll have to go through many outdated mechanics and inspections, while also having a chance of not getting the attention your project really deserves. All that because of biased and big-headed people, leading the funds.
Decentralisation is all about transparency and universal access to information, so you shall have no problem publishing and promoting your research to make the right people see it and participate in it afterwards.
Showing the whole process
The biased reviewers will only allow successful experiments to be shown to the public and will hide all the actual process and fail till you succeed in your research and show eye-pleasing results.
Will allow you to show the actual process to the public with all the complicated steps and problems you’ll face during your work. That way you can get all the attention and respect you deserve for doing more complicated experiments that are much harder to execute successfully.
Once you get the funding, all the intellectual property (IP) your research has is immediately given to the fund with your working for them and they decide on how much money to give you.
You have full control over the IP of your project and can manage it the way you want to with the DAO only giving you advice on how to do that properly. Such instruments as NFT are also available for securing your IP and letting you sell it after the research is complete.
We can all see that Web 3.0 is out-dating the traditional mechanisms in lots of aspects of our world, not only science. The future is crypto and there is no doubt that in some years we will hear about crypto enthusiasts fundraising money for their science research and succeeding in them, making some revolutionary innovations.