An exciting new cadCAD model release!
This model of Conviction Voting is a digital twin that can be used to test & validate the safety of this new on-chain governance tool in managing communal funds. Check it out for all the details:
The model was built as a collaboration between BlockScience, 1Hive, Aragon & the Commons Stack, and can be upgraded to include additional considerations such as a bonding curve, a uniswap instance, or other improvements to increase functionality piece by piece.
This model can be demonstrative for multiple audiences:
- For builders: if you are looking to build a DAO and use Conviction Voting, this model is a must read
- For system modelers & cadCAD designers: this model serves as a good starting point to learn cadCAD best practice & model structure
- For governance enthusiasts: this model forms the foundation for a wide-open design space for novel, real-time governance techniques
Aragon recently launched a Conviction Funding pilot to test out the new CV functionality, which you can read more about here: https://aragon.org/blog/introducing-the-conviction-funding-pilot
Continued model development:
If you are interested in funding more development on this model, please feel free to contribute ETH or ERC-20 tokens to this address: 0x422ae3412510d6c877b259dad402ddeaf1fdb28e
The BlockScience R&D team has applied to the Conviction Funding pilot with a proposal to evaluate the success of the pilot, using cadCAD: https://conviction.aragon.org/#/proposal/7
1Hive & BlockScience will also be putting up a Gitcoin Grant to fund continued development of this model. https://gitcoin.co/grants/1141/conviction-voting-cadcad-model-feature-improvement
Stay tuned for more updates on this model, including a video walk through coming out next week!