Building a better lightweight (Moloch fork) DAO dashboard 🍴
KnownOrigin + DAOSaka
Can a DAO fund the creation of NFT-based cryptoart which can be used as a vehicle for making profit?
We heard 2019 being touted as the “year of DAOs” so we were curious to learn more.
The Moloch DAO: Collapsing The Firm.
Organisations come in many shapes and sizes. The blockchain allows us to experiment with radical new ways to organise…
Using tools such as the awesome DaoHaus we could see lots of crypto-art and DAO supporters pledging in the DAO.
This was great for pledgers and seeing approvals coming in but we then realised we needed to process proposals and get into all the on-chain governance goodness.
The big DAOs were already using the awesome PokéMol built by Odyssy — this is the perfect solution for long-lived DAOs as it uses the Abridged SDK and other tech but it requires deployment and some infrastructure. Check it out!
But for us this was too much as we just wanted to see the state of the DAO and send some transactions.
Thankfully tools like OneClickDapp exist so we could quickly check contract state and send transactions (once part of the DAO).
If you build it, they will come…
After jumping between potential pledges, checking their state, adding new proposal, submitting votes, checking balances, and generally getting confused we decided we should knock up our contribution to DAO tooling suite:
https://the-dogs-molochs.web.app << access via a Web3 browser (for now)
Currently the dashboard allows us quickly to get the current state of a Moloch forked DAO (or Moloch itself). That’s it for now.
We tried to demystify the time periods and proposals so you can tell what state they are in at a glance.
To save Etherscan lookups, we added the balances of the guild bank and DAO contract for quick access as well as some other quick calculations and stats.
We have plans for a better, and bigger, DAO for art and will try to evolved this little project to aid all DAOers out there…
https://github.com/blockrockettech/the-dogs-molochs <<< fork us or raise a PR. The code is OK currently but welcomes improvement ;)