Pre–
launch
Year 1. Building engagement
Year 2: Action-oriented experimentation
Year 3: Governance
protocol launch

Build a diverse group of co-founders

Attract supporters and advisors of Re-State

Compile a database of thought leaders for building visions for future of governance

Get feedback from policy makers, academics. corporate players, civil society and youth to finalize the Re-State vision

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Identify existing governance issues

Aggregate available knowledge in the field

Interview thought leaders and produce reports on the visions for future of governance

Create a series of awareness-building editorials

Launch Re-State community platform to reimagine governance

Create an interoperability network for governance protocol design

Initiate and mobilize global financial instruments to support ecosystem fund, bounties, and open source contests

Document first drafts of Re-State Protocol ideas in collaboration with other protocols and Re-State knowledge councils

Release Re-State application: a multi-channel advocacy and civic engagement platform
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Analyze use cases generated on Re- State community platform in Year 1

Prepare framework and finalize the team for building Re-State governance protocol

Lead community initiatives to build first "Virtual State" prototypes

Establish strategic collaborations with governments, businesses, and academia

Create visibility and publicity for Re-State through native media and contributions to prominent international outlets

Introduce advanced features to Re-State application
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Build Re-State governance protocol,
based on extensive R&D and knowledge councils contributions

Co-design, accelerate and test new
governance tool prototypes with Re-State community

Establish partnerships with select
countries, cities and districts, or other types of communities, for advanced real-world tests

Provide consulting for select governments on digital transformation and digitizing governance
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Identify existing governance issues