Voting is probably the most integral part in a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). Contrary to the one-man-one-vote strategy, which is followed in almost all kinds of democratic voting systems, DAOs make use of one-token-one-vote strategy. This is because, a man in a DAO is just an address on the blockchain, and the simplest way to game a one-address-one-vote strategy would be to split tokens in to multiple addresses and duplicate votes.

So now that we have decided a one-token-one-vote strategy, we need a mechanism to decide if the DAO has voted for a bill, or voted against it. We cannot prevent cartelism even on a blockchain, but we can mitigate copying or influence of votes by using a commit-reveal scheme which is explained here. …

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