- A tool used to govern a community, where community contributors hold power based on their reputation. - A tool to manage a DAO's treasury, tokens, and members. - A tool that publishes a DAO's actions on-chain. - A tool that naturally and easily integrates decentralization.
Some thought the tool resembled a school or nursery run by its students. Others as a tool for a group of friends to come together and create and manage a project in a gamified manner.
What did Epoch Reviewers like about this tool?
- The reputation-weighted system & reputation decay mode.l - The ability to lock tokens. - The ability to have sub-DAOs/pods. - Actions made on the platform are published on-chain. - Staking/Objection feature for proposals. - The lazy consensus model. - The transparency and simplicity the tool offers. - Selection of Gnosis blockchain allowing for minimal gas fees
What could be improved?
- More in-depth descriptions of the permissions and what they allow users to do and/or educational videos and instructions embedded in the permissions feature. - The ability to modify/adjust governance settings via an action/proposal (i.e., durations for action/decision phases) without losing all previous data. - Make Governance settings viewable once enabled. - Requiring the approving of every action and "finalizing" a vote can be cumbersome. - Integration of other tools for things like communicating, offering bounties, or making non-treasury-related decisions (a Coordinape integration would be dope, for example).
- Offer better notifications for decisions or actions as they move through each phase (staking, motions, results, etc.). - Mobile Application availability. Many contributors around the world only have the ability to connect with one another via mobile phones. - Use of more simplistic terms/vocabulary or offering definitions for jargon. - The font on many items is very small, making it hard to locate certain information. - Token quantities written in complete numerical form (900 instead of .9K)