Course Content
How to Create a DAO?
A DAO is a type of governance commonly used for DApps, projects, and crypto-investment funds. DAOs are popular for their openness and decentralization, as well as their ability to work with self-executing smart contracts. Creating a DAO needs a technical solution to manage your proposals and votes. There’s a variety of open-source options available based on your needs.
How to Create a DAO?
About Lesson
Snapshot is a customizable off-chain voting mechanism. It uses digital signatures via wallets to cast votes based on a snapshot of token owners. A certain block is chosen, and all token holders and/or stakers have their holdings noted. This stops users from purchasing more tokens to influence an open vote. Keeping votes off-chain works well for multi-chain projects where users have governance tokens across many blockchains.

To create your voting system on Snapshot, you’ll need to:

1. Own an ENS domain. This must be on the Ethereum mainnet regardless of what blockchain your project operates on.
2. Link Snapshot to your ENS domain.
3. Customize your space’s settings, such as admins, voting power strategies, terms, etc.
4. Verify your space. This will include having at least 1,000 members and proof of ownership of the related project.
You can find full instructions on Snapshot’s docs.
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