Why DAO?

Unlike traditional organizations that are centralized, opaque and rigid, we believe DAOs represent a better way to coordinate humans.

Instead of rigid power structures and opaque decision-making processes, DAOs often represent fluid membership, voting-based decision-making, and transparency of information.

DAOs rely on software and social processes to help manage membership, decision making, and finances that meet the unique needs of their communities. Because decentralization, inclusivity, and collaboration permeate the way DAOs typically operate, this creates consistency in incentives and prevents the centralization of power that plagues more traditional organizations.

Establish FP-DAO partnerships with transparency, easier globalization, organization-wide participation in voting, and immutability of rules.

A company with no CEO, no employees, no entity, no jurisdiction, no holders, but it can still operate through a decentralized token governance process. DAO's rules are written into the network code and automatically enforced according to the protocol. When specific conditions occur, the corresponding rules are automatically enforced.

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