DAOhaus Overview

What is DAOhaus?

DAOhaus facilitates the creation of Moloch DAOs, including Guilds, Clubs, Ventures, Grants, and Products, allowing communities to join together and maximize their efficiency. With Moloch DAOs, users can trustlessly share, deploy, and garner returns on capital. If you're looking to bring and work with a group of investors, developers, or friends in the web3 space, DAOhaus has you covered.

Main Features
Security
Cheap transactions
Easy fund recovery
Open Source
Community Owned

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Frequently asked questions

DAOHaus is a protocol for purpose-driven governance that allows communities to coordinate and govern around their values and mission. It is open source and community-owned, with shareholders consisting of users and builders of the protocol. DAOHaus provides the capabilities for decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) to be summoned and composed infinitely for the public good. It also offers an ecosystem of applications built on top of the protocol, allowing organizations to customize their governance tools. DAOHaus is part of the Moloch V3 governance toolkit, which simplifies and enhances industry standards for DAOs.

The main features of DAOHaus are:

  1. Purpose-driven governance: DAOHaus is a protocol that enables communities to decentrally coordinate and govern around their values and mission.

  2. Summon a DAO: Users can create their own decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) using the DAOHaus protocol.

  3. Infinite and composable: DAOHaus allows for infinite composability, meaning that various applications can be built on top of the protocol to meet the unique organizational needs of different communities.

  4. Moloch for the public good: DAOHaus is inspired by the MolochDAO and aims to provide a governance toolkit for the public good.

  5. Open source: All code related to DAOHaus is freely available to read, improve, and fork.

  6. Community-owned: DAOHaus is governed by shareholders, consisting of users and builders of the protocol.

  7. Public goods: DAOHaus enables communities to coordinate and govern around their values and mission, focusing on providing public goods.

  8. Ecosystem of apps: Various applications built on the DAOHaus protocol are available for any organization, allowing for a broader community to benefit from the protocol.

  9. The Summoner: The Summoner is a feature that allows users to put the specifics of their decentralized and autonomous governance on the blockchain.

  10. Mission Control: Users can vote and make proposals for the DAOs they are a member of using the Mission Control feature.

  11. Build Your Own: DAOHaus encourages development on top of the protocol and provides support for users who have ideas for DAO tools.

  12. Governance & App Legos: DAOHaus components can be selected and assembled in various combinations to support unique organizational needs, reducing the amount of code required for development.

  13. Moloch V3: DAOHaus V3 delivers Moloch V3 as a governance toolkit, which is a radical simplification and composition of industry standards. It allows for multicall proposals and erc-20 compatible DAO tokens.

  14. Minions: In Moloch V2.5, minions were introduced as smart contracts that enable interaction with arbitrary smart contracts and multiple transactions in one proposal.

  15. Open Standards: DAOHaus follows open standards, allowing for interoperability and compatibility with other protocols and systems.

To get involved in the DAOHaus community, you can consider the following options:

  1. Join the Protocol Guild: The Protocol Guild consists of core Ethereum developers who prioritize minimal governance in member engagement. By joining this guild, you can contribute to the development and improvement of the DAOHaus protocol.

  2. Participate in the Gitcoin FDD: The Fraud Detection team, a sub-group within Gitcoin, allows for active and inactive status that adjusts individual voting power. By joining this team, you can actively contribute to fraud detection efforts within the DAOHaus community.

  3. Explore Raid Brood: Raid Brood is a membership DAO that collectively owns products. You can earn NFT rewards by purchasing beer and staking them for membership into this DAO.

  4. Build Your Own: If you have an idea for a DAO tool, DAOHaus encourages development on top of the protocol and provides support. You can build your own application using the DAOHaus SDK and contribute to the ecosystem of apps built on the DAOHaus protocol.

  5. Engage in Governance & App Legos: DAOHaus is built for developers and offers free and open-source components that can be selected and assembled to support unique organizational needs. You can contribute by sending bug reports, tackling issues, and improving the codebase.

By considering these options, you can actively participate and contribute to the DAOHaus community.

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