[bisq-network/bisq-website] Add blog post on effects of DAO funding model (#149)
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+_This is an essay which contains some subjective statements. Steve contributes documentation, copywriting, speaking, media correspondence, and more to the Bisq network. Follow him [here](https://jain.io)._
+_If you'd like to contribute a post, please reach out on [Slack](https://bisq.network/slack-invite) or [on our forum](https://bisq.community/t/call-for-blog-writers/7040)!_
+At the [MIT Bitcoin Expo](https://mitbitcoinexpo.org/) this past weekend, funding open-source software development was a topic of high interest. Arjun Balaji's whole talk was focused on the topic, and a number of people approached me after my panel discussion wondering how the Bisq DAO worked to fund the project without any kind of external fundraising.
+The Bisq network's approaches to the challenges of funding open-source software and governing a revenue-earning operation are novel, and I had a great time discussing them with people at the event.
+In this post, we'll cover the practical _results_ of these approaches from a financial perspective: how an integrated revenue model—coupled with decentralized governance—results in an open-source software project that can grow and prosper on its own, while actually being _financially incentivized_ to protect its users' privacy.
+Future posts in this series will compare the dynamics among users and contributors in the Bisq network to their counterparts in the regular business world, and show how the Bisq DAO discourages
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