The Community Spotlight is an initiative in The Compass that highlights builders and community projects in our ecosystem:
This week we interviewed Treasure mod and co-founder of ClocksnatcherDAO, as well as adviser to BattleFly, Fritten
to hear about his involvement in the Treasure community and how he plans to continue to play an active role in our space.
Sambino: How did you find your way into Treasure?
Fritten: I have a product & tech background and was always looking for new stuff in the space. In 2017 I got into crypto, bought my first ETH and various other coins and then my attention faded. In 2020 I ramped up my ETH portfolio and dove into various projects. One year later I realized that to really understand Web3 and those protocols I needed to try them out first hand, so I bought my first NFTs. In September 2021, I found out about Loot and the n project. I joined the Discord and took part in very intense, highly energetic and wild discussions. Within the n project I discovered Treasure through a video by Mike Shimeles, joined the Discord and never left since.
Sambino: Can you share more about your involvement in the Treasure ecosystem to date?
Fritten: When I joined Treasure the community was a lot smaller and there was a lack of information available around the project. I’m a data guy, so I’ve shared some calculations I had done within the Discord. Then I started Tweeting about the ecosystem and helped onboarding new people. I then became a Mod in the discord when Treasure migrated to Arbitrum and a lot of community members needed help within the migration process. The ecosystem then grew day by day and it was amazing to see so many new people coming in. I wanted to further add value to accelerate the project and read about guilds and SubDAOs. In January I teamed up with some other long-time members and we founded ClocksnatcherDAO with the goal to bring people together to participate in the Treasure ecosystem. We are heavily invested in Bridgeworld and we share a lot of thoughts and data to find the best strategy and tactics. This led us to our partnership with BattleFly where we consulted their treasury team in optimizing their MAGIC and NFTs assets. In addition I try to support other builders by offering my advice or connecting them with the right people.
Sambino: Whether it be through content creation or building, what advice would you give to those looking to contribute and get involved in the Treasure ecosystem?
Fritten: Roll up your sleeves and get to work. Treasure is a community driven ecosystem, built from the ground up. You don’t have to be able to write code to be a builder. Share the data you analyzed within Bridgeworld. Draft design proposals for the Trove marketplace. Help onboard new members within the Discord. Write short summaries of Twitter community spaces. There is so much everybody can do to grow the Treasure ecosystem. Stay curious and be there for each other.
Sambino: What’s next for you in this space?
I honestly don’t know. Personally I‘m super excited about the Harvesters, which will probably have a massive effect on the Bridgeworld economy and BattleFly as a potential Web3 PvP game for mass adoption within this ecosystem. But overall, there is just so much stuff happening, that I cannot say where I see the most of my time within this space in 6 months. What I do know is that I will continue to run my data analysis, try to help others within the onboarding process, help builders to make good decisions and connect them to the right people.
We’re fortunate to have community members like Fritten who are committed to upholding the high standards and vision we have for Treasure. Connect with Fritten on Twitter here and be the first to see his content on all things Treasure.