<aside> 🔥 **The first community owned and powered futures engine: discovering, incubating, and delivering better futures.

TLDR; Build the first community-owned futures engine together**

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RADAR is part media platform, part research community, and part trend accelerator. As outlined in our / Cycle #1 Roadmap and / RADAR FAQs we are on a journey to get there, building as we go, and aligned on a shared vision to decentralize the futures industry.

We’re taking on an ambitious mission. We might fail, we don’t have all the answers, and we can’t do this alone, but together, we can get there.

We wanted to break down our call to adventure below...


The first...

It’s our mission to become the first decentralized futures community powered by web3 to discover and create the future as we collectively imagine it. We believe in, and want to be early movers of, the technology that will transform the futures industry — and the processes and expectations that define its own future.

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Community owned and powered...

We’re decentralized and powered by the $SIGNAL token & other web3 mechanics, allowing every member a stake in the future of RADAR. We’re starting from day 1 with this ethos at our heart, and utilize web3 tooling and technologies to keep ourselves transparent and accountable.

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Futures Engine

What we’re building is complex, full of working cogs and intricate parts. It’s cyclical, automated, modular, and runs in harmony at every stage. It converts power and energy into forward motion that pushes both our community and culture at large onward.

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Discovering

This is the nature of our community and our process: always discovering through sharing signals and exploring the world around us. The discovery stage is where everything starts: by identifying and measuring strong signals within RADAR HQ and running our collective research process, we tease out insight, practice foresight, and develop collective futures hypotheses.

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Incubating

After our discovery stage, we don’t let our futures sit stagnant in reports that collect dust on shelves; instead, we ideate, incubate, nurture and prototype ideas through speculative design, creative thinking, hackathons and round-tables to create solutions to the possible futures we’ve identified — whether through products, concepts, services, communities, or whatever else best answers our hypotheses.