How HyperDao Achieves Collaborative Community Governance
HyperDAO is a multi-chain decentralized autonomous organization focused on creating the basic infrastructure for the Web3.0 era. There is no centralized leadership within the organization and everyone is considered an equal member. In HyperDAO, every community across the world has a supernode, which takes responsibility for communication between communities. However, these nodes do not determine the roles and responsibilities of each member. So how does HyperDAO achieve collaborative community governance within its organization?
In HyperDAO’s decentralized platform, each member can initiate a proposal, and the community will accept or reject the proposal based on their potential contribution to HyperDAO. The community will vote to decide if the proposal is accepted, and the HyperDAO platform will then fund the proposal if it has been accepted. Following this, the member who initiated the proposal can also recruit members of HyperDAO to help in its development.
From this we can see that HyperDAO works differently than a traditional business. In a company, if you want to launch a new initiative, you need to get approval from your supervisors, who will then allocate resources to implement your proposal. Of course, convincing a supervisor may not be as difficult as convincing a group of people (DAO), and a group of people may not be better able to make the right decision than one person. However, the HyperDAO approach embodies principles that are more democratic than efficient.
There are many tools a DAO can use, but one of the most important tools is Discord, a highly scalable community management platform that makes it easy to manage hundreds of thousands of members, making it easier to find new talent by organizations.
HyperDAO has created its Discord group and will also use additional tools to facilitate communication between its members in the future. The ultimate goal of the HyperDAO Discord Channel is to synchronize information, achieve one-stop fund management, task management, and contribution management, and enable collaborative community governance in the HyperDAO organization.
1. Token Holders
Full-time employees and contributors are likely to hold the native HyperDAO HDAO tokens. Token holders are more willing to contribute to the organization, and active contributors are in turn rewarded with more tokens, creating a virtuous circle. Although there are many overlaps between token holders and other roles, we should always consider them independently as part of a complete ecosystem. Token holders are an important force in HyperDAO, and in addition to participating in governance voting, they can also passively contribute key resources and make important contributions to the HyperDAO community.
The HyperDAO organization is open and transparent, and anyone can access its communities or forums, browse organization documentation, read chat logs and meeting minutes. Observers may have an initial interest in HyperDAO, but may not be ready to become a contributor. However, if they are attracted to the culture of the organization or to a particular project or event, then they can become contributors.
3. Users, Suppliers and Other Stakeholders
HyperDAO will not only have its internal members, but also other stakeholders, such as users of products or services provided by HyperDAO, and developers working quietly in the background. HyperDAO values each of these contributions to the community.
Based on the resources above, it can be said that HyperDAO’s model is far better than traditional enterprise organizations when it comes to identifying and recruiting talent. Going forward, HyperDAO will continue to explore other ways to attract talent. The platform believes that a more equitable development mechanism will encourage more members to work together to achieve common goals.