Some of the latest proposals being passed by the ChainGuardians' DAO
What is the DAO?
The ChainGuardians DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) is a community-centred entity which empowers the community to make key decisions on products via submitting proposals and voting.
As well as playing a pivotal role in product direction, the DAO also controls a substantial share of $CGG, in order to contribute towards community initiatives.
Community members who own $CGG (ChainGuardians Governance Token) will be able to submit proposals and initiate voting periods to pass an initiative. The $CGG token governs each of the following protocols: ChainGuardians RPG, ChainBoost launchpad and Cryptoverse Metaverse.
- Game design decisions
- New character approval and implementation
- Additional world creation and feature content
- Character levelling and balancing
- Proposals for $CGG grants for community development initiatives
Why is the DAO important?
The ChainGuardians DAO is vital to avoid centralised control over unilateral material decision-making which can affect the integrity of the protocols of which $CGG governs. The ChainGuardians’ DAO subscribes to the principles of decentralisation which centres upon the ideals that democratisation of decision-making is imperative for inclusive, transparent and fair development. In other words, the DAO is vital for empowering you.
The Guardian Board serves as the main council for governance guidance and security. It is tasked with resolving any issues that arise between a proposal's outcome and the DAO Committee's actions. It will contain specialised ChainGuardians team members, elected community members, and a community liaison.
What is the Guardian Board?
The GB serves as the main council for governance guidance and security. It is tasked with resolving any issues that arise between a proposal's outcome and the DAO Committee's actions. It will contain specialized CG team members, elected community members, and a community liason.
How can CG members be changed?
How do I elevate a Vote?
Mission & Values
As we strive for decentralised governance, the DAO will set clear guidelines on proposal creation and voting through the governance process for each phase.
The operational framework will provide better transparency to the community and clear the path for public contribution and decentralised processes.
As we go forward, we must gauge security concerns, consensus roadblocks, fair participation and other barriers like high transaction costs.
We are always learning new methods of decentralising governance and these must be considered as even the top DAOs are constantly upgrading and evolving.
Being restricted to Snapshot and multi-sigs for the time being limits decentralisation but still allows for a secure, accessible and sometimes more efficient voting process.
Learn more about the voting requirements, voting process and elections in the voting section.
Guardian Board members
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