DAO: How the Integrated Community Became a Social Hub

    Simar Marwaha
    Simar Marwaha
    Published on October 19, 2022 7:35 PM

    Updated on January 25, 2023 9:15 PM

    A Dao is a Member-owned communitiy without centralized leadership. A safe way to collaborate with internet strangers and a safe place to commit funds to a specific cause.
    DAO: How the Integrated Community Became a Social Hub

    As the world gets ready for Web3, decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) are expanding.

    The management structure for the organizations, initiatives, and communities that use DAOs can be made more democratic. Members of an internet-native, blockchain-based organization can participate in organizational decisions by investing in a particular project.

    What’s inside a DAO?

    A decentralized autonomous organization, or DAO, is a group of people that collectively own and manage the business.

    DAOs enable us to collaborate with like-minded people from all around the world without relying on a kind leader to oversee the finances or daily operations. No CEO or CFO has the authority to spend money at will or to tamper with the books. Instead, the organization's operations and financial decisions are governed by blockchain-based rules that are built into the code.

    They have internal treasuries that nobody is allowed to access without the group's consent. To ensure that everyone in the organization has a voice and that everything takes place in full transparency on-chain, decisions are made through proposals and voting.

    Real-World Example of DAO

    Here are a few examples of how you could use a DAO to help this make more sense:

    • As a charity, you may take money from people all around the world and decide which causes to support.

    • Collective ownership allows members to decide how to use assets, whether they are real or digital.

    • Grants and enterprises: You may establish a venture fund that collects investment funds and choose which firms to support. Repaid funds may later be divided among DAO participants.

    Recent Development in DAO Space

    There has been a massive increase in DAOs since 2022. In June 2022, there were over 6000 DAOs, up from only 700 in May 2021. The term "DAO" has become widely used, making this the year of the DAO.

    However, there are challenges DAOs confront as they try to scale as the Web3 ecosystem develops and grows.

    The sudden growth in the field resulted in many organizations and firms engaging with DAOs and developing new technologies within it. 

    MoonPay and Uplift DAO have established a long-term partnership

    According to the official statement released by Uplift DAO and MoonPay, the two organizations began working together to simplify the procedure for funding cutting-edge cryptocurrency projects and lower the risks associated with prospective crowdfunding campaigns.

    MoonPay developed a technical framework that enables newcomers to participate in crypto financing rounds using well-known fiat techniques in order to make Web3 investing more approachable for them. The protocol supports NFTs and popular tokens while effortlessly converting crypto and fiat assets.

    Reta Wars and Avocado DAO have partnered

    Reta Wars and Avocado DAO, a well-known Web3 Gaming Guild, have announced their strategic alliance. Through the GameFi and SocialFi projects, a new future for blockchain is being shaped over the long term.

    On October 3, 2022, Reta Wars' ground-breaking GameFi system went live, providing opportunity and inspiration to many users around Asia, including Japan and Korea.

    AdirizeDAO: Uplifting Decentralisation

    The world will witness numerous advances in DAO as time flies. AdirizeDAO, The ecosystem will be strengthened by recent developments in AdirizeDAO, making it more reliable and effective. It will act as the Adirize Protocol's governing body. 

    Decentralized financial services such as staking, bonding, inverse bonds, and others will be powered by the Adirize Protocol. Instead of relying on consumers to provide liquidity, the Adirize ecosystem would have its own liquidity. By doing this, the protocol will be able to safeguard its long-term worth, particularly during unstable market situations when users are more likely to withdraw their cash.

    Future of Digital DAO

    The most significant DAOs will manage several billions of dollars and have authority over, for instance, the direction of future global financial infrastructure upgrades. 

    Investors will increasingly rely on the tokens that give access to DAO voting in order to make changes in their own best interests while also making money from the success through protocol fees. 

    These assets will prosper in the DeFi environment in which they were designed since they are a superset of what equity in a conventional public firm is. Additionally, the ability to lend and borrow governance tokens will make voting power flexible and responsive to the value of the vote, driving the development of excellent protocols.