Decentralized Autonomous Organizations(DAO)
A DAO, or Decentralized Autonomous Organization, is a concept for a organization that is ruled with forced digital rules and directly controlled by shareholders without hierarchical management. DAOs involve a set of people co-operating according to a self-enforcing open-source protocol.
Aragon allows you to create global, bureaucracy-free companies and freely organize and collaborate without borders or intermediaries.
Boardroom is a simple interface to engage, signal, and vote on protocol decisions with an integrated governance management platform improving distributed decision making
Colony is a suite of smart contracts, providing a general purpose framework for the essential functions organizations require, such as ownership, structure, authority, and financial management.
DAOStack is an open source project advancing the technology and adoption of decentralized governance.
The DXdao is a decentralized organization that develops, governs, and grows DeFi protocols and products, owned and operated by the community.
Daohaus is a DAO Explorer with interface enabling joining existing DAOs, as well as creating a new Moloch-like DAOs.
Realms is a platform built on Solana that provides tools for builders to create and manage their own DAO. Using Realms, builders can create their own DAO, which allows them to manage their members, vote on proposals, and allocate their treasury.
Snapshot is a off-chain, gasless, multi-governance community polling dashboard