QUAI DAO Governance & Voting
The QUAI Governance model includes QUAI DAO and Project DAOs. Below you can find out how these entities work and interact with each other.
QUAI DAO is created to govern the QUAI ecosystem. It consists of two parts:
  1. 1.
    QUAI Collective (QCOL token holders)
  2. 2.
    QUAI Holders
Quai Collective is a group of people who manage the QUAI ecosystem. Below is a list of main functions of QUAI Collective:
  1. 1.
    Decide who should join the QUAI Collective or leave it (Aragon)
  2. 2.
    Create proposals for QUAI Collective Voting Instance (could be done by any member of the Collective) (Aragon)
  3. 3.
    Create proposals for QUAI Holders Voting Instance (could be done by any member of the Collective) (Aragon)
  4. 4.
    Vote on proposals created in Project DAOs (Aragon)

67% Support. Support is the relative percentage of tokens that are required to vote “Yes” for a proposal to be approved. For example, if “Support” is set to 50%, then more than 50% of the tokens used to vote on a proposal must vote “Yes” for it to pass.
51% Minimum Approval. Minimum Approval is the percentage of the total token supply that is required to vote “Yes” on a proposal before it can be approved. For example, if the “Minimum Approval” is set to 20%, then more than 20% of the outstanding token supply must vote “Yes” on a proposal for it to pass.

50% Support
33% Minimum Approval

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