Luis Cuende returns to the show to give us an update on Aragon. Aragon is everything you need to run your company on Ethereum. This includes cap table, governance, fundraising, payroll, accounting, bylaws, and more. Aragon companies are extremely customizable, and you get everything in a unified, beautiful interface. Aragon was born to disintermediate the creation and maintenance of companies and other organizational structures. They are inspired by Nobel prize Ronald Coase and his paper "The Nature of the Firm" and Yochai Benkler's "Linux and the Nature of the Firm." Luis has been awarded as the best underage European programmer in 2011, is a Forbes 30 Under 30, a MIT TR35 and was an Advisor to the VP of the European Commission. He previously cofounded the blockchain startup Stampery. What does the concept of about the concept of governance mean in a decentralized, blockchain world? Can Luis break down some of the different organizational governance models that would function best on the Aragon platform? How does Aragon's decentralized court system that utilizes peer to peer conflict resolution work? What does Aragon's tech stack and partnerships look like? What are the most pressing solutions needed when it comes to the basic tools for developers in the Ethereum ecosystem?