Surveillance capitalism is boring. It’s passé because it’s literally the past — the past 15 years.
Let's ensure it doesn't remain our present and future.
Time to yeet this ish.
Yeet is a junto-style, invite-only discourse club and community of practice for ****builders, funders, communicators, and enthusiasts steering the web3 conversation on
crypto 🤝 privacy, identity, consent, sovereignty, and agency.
Yeeters engage in open dialogue, pressure-test new ideas, develop frameworks of thought, help in the adoption of technical standards, learn together, and share career opportunities in a curated, high-trust, low-noise, good-faith setting.
<aside> 💡 A discourse club is like a dinner club except diners devour concepts instead of canapés. Just like a great dinner, participants share common values, debate vigorously, disagree respectfully, engage honestly, enjoy each other’s company, and want to see others succeed. 🤌
Internally, we host conversations that push boundaries, interrogate dominant web3 paradigms, and incubate ideas behind closed doors. Yeeters are encouraged to experiment with and refine their ideas before publicizing more fully-formed concepts that steer the public conversation on
**crypto 🤝 privacy.**
Externally, we focus attention and human capital on foundational initiatives and infrastructure projects that build the primitives necessary for an anti-authoritarian, agentic, and self-sovereign internet where users own their data, their choices, and their cognitive consent.
Together, our goals are trifold:
**crypto 🤝 privacy** agents driving the conversation about and adoption of agentic technologies.
Surveillance capitalism is not a product of a particular business model (e.g. Facebook, social media).
It is a product of four specific forces: