The Dyne.org collective is developing Commonfare’s Social Wallet, a participatory budgeting system deployed in cooperation with the Macao squatted social center in Milano and the Fair.coop network.

Dyne.org’s work is nominated for the Prix-Ars digital communities 2018, known to be “characterized by a mixing of disciplines (artists, hackers, and researchers) in activist spaces” and working to “create a new means of production and new institutional models oriented toward the commons instead of capitalist accumulation”.

This article on E-Flux explains well how different Dyne.org (which is partner of the Commonfare project) is from existing institutions and the cultural and political context from which Dyne.org’s activists and developers come from.