TL;DR—Crowdmuse is leveraging web3 tools to make a regenerative fashion ethos scalable, through the incentivization of grassroots repair, reuse, and recycling initiatives.
In their own words:
Crowdmuse breaks down complex problems, pilots collaborative experiments, and automates decentralised business models to incentivise sustainable growth.
We do this by designing collaborative, on-chain products to innovate on multiplayer contribution, DAO2DAO value creation, and knowledge sharing networks.
As part of our collaborative cohorts, we analyse problematic supply chains and enhance the overall system with shared production networks, modular production clusters, and shared technology development.
We research, pilot and deploy open-source business models (across energy, fashion, food, living, and many circular products) with built-in technology licensing, supply chain partners & distribution networks to incentivise project replication and autonomous collaboration.
To help us self-organise in the least value-extractive way, we are building an open-source collaboration protocol and marketplace for sustainable business models with transparent revenue-sharing between freelancers, startups, organizations, and governments.
In our words:
For us, there’s no real change without addressing the core leaks within the Fashion system—namely that far too many new clothes are produced, sold, and destroyed every year. Crowdmuse complements what we’re doing by focusing on the huge value unlock of re-inscribing agency into the traditional “end-consumer,” through a tech-stack that will make resale, repair, recycling, a viable economic activity. The creative satisfaction that’s already there has indeed inspired a cultural shift; but we want circularity to become the default commercial behavior.