DAOs are intended to mimic a company structure where rules and regulations are built using open-source code and enforced via the use of smart contracts.

If you’re unfamiliar, smart contracts are agreements programmed to execute if and when certain conditions are met. These rules are generally decided by the DAO stakeholders.

Unlike traditional organizations, there is no hierarchy in DAOs. Rather, to align interests of the organization with that of its members, DAOs incentivizes a distributed network of users to achieve their goal.

One of the key features of a DAO is the internal capital that is used to incentivize these actors and ensure that the organization runs smoothly.

Once the original set of rules have been established and programmed into smart contracts, DAOs generally enter a funding phase that anyone wishing to access it can participate in.

DAO is an organization where decisions get made from the bottom-up; a collective of members owns the organization. There are various ways to participate in a DAO, usually through the ownership of a token.
DAOs operate using smart contracts, which are essentially chunks of code that automatically execute whenever a set of criteria are met. Smart contracts are deployed on numerous blockchains nowadays, though Ethereum was the first to use them.
These smart contracts establish the DAO’s rules. Those with a stake in a DAO then get voting rights and may influence how the organization operates by deciding on or creating new governance proposals.
This model prevents DAOs from being spammed with proposals: A proposal will only pass once the majority of stakeholders approve it. How that majority is determined varies from DAO to DAO and is specified in the smart contracts.
Decentralized autonomous organizations have gained traction over the last few years and are now fully incorporated into many blockchain projects. The decentralized finance (DeFi) space uses DAOs to allow applications to become fully decentralized, for example.

Meblox DAO (M-DAO for short) is an autonomous platform for DAO organization based on blockchain smart contract technology. It is the underlying infrastructure of the preferred DAO and focuses on one-click DAO launch. It can provide support for DAO in the aspects of decentralized one-stop launch, on-chain governance, community collaboration, asset management, etc. This meets the development needs of the whole process of various DAO startups, operation, governance and landing. M-DAO is committed to building the most influential DAO underlying infrastructure in the Web3.0 era. We provide the best value for “people and organizations” to connect and accelerate the evolution of the crypto world to DAO.


M-DAO allows you to build DAO with a single click and begin the project for a low or even zero cost, allowing you to solve design and development difficulties from the ground up. M-DAO comes with a predefined template for creating your own DAO, but it also allows you to make your own DAO. Customization is accomplished using "applications" (groups of smart contracts) that can be added to or deleted from the DAO by voting. The objective of the application can vary in thousands of ways, such as allocating DAO capital accounting apps, engaging with other intelligent contract agent applications, token management members, or as a voting decision-making system. In addition, the M — DAO provides a contract for the user to create and deploy intelligence, applications, and the organization template.

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