Everything you need to know about creating your
DAOs on Paideia, and more.
What do we want to achieve?
Our mission is to give people the power, knowledge, and motivation to change the way they govern and participate in democratic organizations. We will help people experiment with different methods of governance and work together to create a better future, whatever they envision.
Using our tools, individuals who don't have fair access to financial systems may take control and compete in a society that is imbalanced and stacked against them, without needing the approval of the wealthy or elite. Anyone who wants to engage in a democratic organization with a shared financial treasury can do so using Paideia.
The tools we create will allow anyone to initiate and manage a DAO with no prior knowledge or experience, empowering groups of individuals to pool their wealth and put it toward a common aim.
Through Paideia, DAOs will be able to:
- Distribute governance tokens
- Raise funds
- Manage their treasury
- Track member reputation
- Provide liquidity
- Initiate and manage staking contracts
- Create proposals on expenditures or governance
- Have a forum for stakeholders to discuss all ideas and proposals
- Easily deploy their funds to achieve their goals
- Experiment with different types of automated algorithmic democratic processes
Why on Ergo?
The Ergo Advantage
When building a DAO, it should exist on a blockchain with a strong foundation and fundamentals, be inexpensive to operate, be simple to use, and be secure and decentralized. It should resist government intervention and be accessible to anyone in the world, regardless of prohibitive local laws or social status.
Simple to use
We feel that Ergo satisfies those criteria and we feel building this software on Ergo first is the appropriate choice. Paideia will never be designed to be exclusive to Ergo, and will accept many other currencies in the future, however it will be built on Ergo first and always strive to follow the fundamental philosophies therein.
Ergo does not have expensive gas fees like Ethereum. It is fair launched, highly decentralized, and based on the original UTXO model of Bitcoin
Ergo offers technological advantages over other blockchains such as NIPoPoWs, soft forks for code-based changes, and an efficient, ASIC resistant proof of work algorithm.
It avoids cloning the EVM and solidity code, and rather uses a well-conceived Scala-based programming language called Ergoscript, which provides a much safer and more robust platform for dApp development.
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