A New Beginning for SubDAO — Development Updates, Twitter Middleware V2 and New Roadmap


Development Updates

  • Token circulation can be defined
  • The number of tokens issued can be defined
  • The price of a Token can be defined as a fixed or a Bonding Curve price
  • Token release methods can be defined: One-time, Linear, and Staged
  • NFT’s price can be defined
  • NFT’s image can be defined
  • The number of issued NFTs can be defined
  • NFT’s Metadata can be defined
  • NFT’s circulation mode can be defined
  • The DAO creator can modify the subscription deadline
  • If the subscription target is reached before the end of the subscription period, the management period can be opened early, thereby ending the subscription.
  • According to new DAO initiation rules, the price of a DAO token during subscription can either be Fixed or set in a Bonding Curve.
  • According to the new DAO launch rules, when members subscribe to a DAO, the DAO token can either be released in a One-time release, Linear release, or Staged release.
  • According to the DAO initiation rules, DAO tokens during subscription are either circulated as Negotiable and redeemable assets OR Non-negotiable tokens used in asset redemption.
  • If an ERC-20 Token is used in DAO creation, only an ERC-20 Token can be used for redemption.
  • If an NFT (ERC-1155) is used in DAO creation, only an NFT (ERC-1155) can be used for redemption.

Twitter Middleware V2

How To Perform DApp Functions Via Twitter Middleware

  • DAO initiator creates a DAO on Twitter and sets up a DAO co-manager.
  • DAO initiator sets up administrator’s rights on Twitter.
  • DAO initiator issues DAO tokens (ERC-20 and ERC-1155) to raise funds and define DAO tokens’ release rules.
  • Members directly participate in DAO fundraising on Twitter and get DAO tokens in return.
  • Members directly vote on proposals via Twitter.
  • DAO administrator(s) performs DAO management-related functions on Twitter.
  • Members use DAO tokens for asset redemption via Twitter.

Roadmap Updates

  • Lite paper release.
  • Three grants from Web3 Foundation (All submitted).
  • BNB Chain MVB project participation.
  • Deploying SubDAO EVM version.
  • Integrating multiple web3 protocols.
  • PolkaSign release (Ink version).
  • Middleware release (Ink version).
  • Integrating more web3 protocols.
  • Enabling DAO to participate in DeFi, Swap, NFT, etc.
  • Middleware V2 (Solidity version) release.
  • Deploying SubDAO (Ink version).
  • Launching the SubDAO Metaverse — A Gamified DAO Governance.
  • Releasing the next version of dApp and middleware.
  • PolkaSign release.
  • SDK release.
  • Creating Para-chain slots.
  • Enabling DAO cross-chain ability.
  • Cooperation with regulatory authorities
  • Collaboration with global ambassadors.
  • Integrating more Web3 protocols.

What is the SubDAO protocol?

  • The SubDAO DApp is the protocol’s main application layer tool and DAO infrastructure based, which gradually iterates various DAO functions; it is the main way to realize the vision of the SubDAO protocol.
  • The PolkaSign is a SubDAO protocol tool that helps to facilitate contracts for organizations via electronic agreements. The goal is to provide electronic agreements in line with Web 3.0 practices to replace existing Web 2.0 systems. In the second phase of our Roadmap, an Ink version of the PolkaSign was released.
  • The Twitter Middleware is also a service based on the SubDAO protocol that serves as a bridge to Web 2.0 users, allowing them to familiarize themselves quickly with Web 3.0 concepts. The best way to onboard Web 2.0 users to Web 3.0 is to integrate them via dApp interfaces similar to the existing web 2.0 apps they are already used to. Since Web 3.0 development began, the participation of many web 2.0 individuals has been restricted because they find it difficult to understand the high threshold of technicalities involved.

What Have We Been Doing?

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SubDAO is a DAO infrastructure that helps manage digital assets through middleware, multi-sig, and other decentralized features.