DAOrayaki DAO研究奖金池:

资助地址: 0xCd7da526f5C943126fa9E6f63b7774fA89E88d71

投票进展:DAO Committee /7 通过

赏金总量:200 USDC

研究种类:DAOs, Contributors, Incentivize Participation, Manage Resources, Yearn Finance, Community tools, Community grants, Internal Salaries, Special Projects

贡献者:黑白BQ, DAOctor @Daorayaki

Coordinape是一个让DAO轻松、公平地向贡献者分配资源的平台。社区补助金、内部工资和特殊项目都可以由社区本身进行激励和奖励。与繁琐的投票或黑匣子委员会不同,贡献者自己可以快速、透明地奖励他们所看到的价值。

概述

DAO的去中心化薪资管理

DAO没有自上而下的管理。没有人力资源部门。没有合同,也没有工资谈判。你如何适当地激励和奖励贡献者?

当Yearn DAO刚开始的时候,它采用了治理加权工资(我宽泛地使用了这个词,因为从技术上讲,它们是每月一次的补助,如果你在下个月没有贡献,就没有补助)。治理加权工资只是由社区成员提出的建议,他们建议贡献者X应该得到Y的报酬。这些需要积极的管理,需要每月DAO投票/批准。这并不能很好地推广。

为了解决规模和开销问题,yearn团队建立了Coordinape,这是我最喜欢的一种产品,因为它们源于个人需求,但可以普及到帮助任何其他组织/DAO解决类似问题。

什么是Coordinape,简单地说,任何希望为yearn(或他们自己的DAO)做出贡献的人都可以注册(目前使用github的详细信息),每个纪元(对于yearn 1个月),你可以选择你一直在工作和互动的团队成员,下面是yearn贡献者。

例如,下面是我的互动(我标记与过去这个纪元有互动的成员)。

现在,每个成员都有固定的分配点数,可以根据他们对贡献者的看法,将点数分配给他们合作过的贡献者。

因此,如果我们看一下当前epoch的贡献,我们会看到以下的情况。

每条线都是一个成员对下一个成员的分配。这就建立了一个贡献者的图表,该图表的权重点是那些有最多互动和分配的成员。

现在,简单地说,在epoch期间,yearn在费用/贡献/奖励等方面赚取了Y的金额,这将累积到Coordinate贡献者合约中,在epoch结束时,贡献者可以根据他们在epoch中的贡献来索取他们的grant。

结论

Coordinape允许去中心化的团队和DAO在没有自上而下的管理或人力资源的情况下,自主地分配和奖励贡献者的资金,所有这些都是通过抵制sybil的社交网络图谱完成的。

创始团队

安德烈·克罗涅(Andre Cronje )

Andre Cronje 是南非软件开发人员和加密货币/DeFi(去中心化金融)企业家,他最出名的是 Yearn Finance 的创始人。

Facu Ameal

Yearn Finance 通讯经理。阿根廷企业家。 他已经在加密货币市场工作了3年。 以前在阿根廷经营领先的BTC 矿场。 现在全职致力于 DeFi 和以太坊生态系统。

详细介绍

I.愿景

DAO 的承诺是去中心化协作,团队成员可以一起解决难题并分享工作的回报。随着 DAO 的革新潜力变得越来越明显,它们的挑战和局限性也越来越明显……尤其是其中参与的人。 Coordinape 旨在使人们在 DAOs 中工作的更具活力性、回报性和公平性。

Coordinape 将更多的决策权交给社区。简单的前提是,如果你问社区中的每个人谁做得好,他们的集体回答会让你很好地了解价值在哪里,谁应该得到最大的回报。随着时间的推移,这也为 DAO 提供了宝贵的见解,了解优先考虑的工作类型、社区认为最有价值的工作以及谁是不同领域的主要贡献者。共享的视野显示还使社区中的每个人都能看到谁在做什么,并找到协作机会或减少重复工作。

现在的重点是用于资源分配的GIFT CIRCLE,正在不断添加功能,以便预算、招聘和入职、项目优先级排序和投资等工作都可以在平台上完成。

它是如何工作的?

Coordinape目前是以链外alpha的形式实现的,同时我们使用EVM兼容的L2或侧链开发链上版本。

Coordinape是围绕着圈子建立的--希望通过去中心化的馈赠过程分配资金。每个圈子都可以定义参与规则--它可以不经许可地增长其网络,围绕其机制的某些元素设置参数,并通过集中管理或内部治理来切换网络可见性。

圈子在 "Epochs "中运行:在这段时间里,其贡献者组成的团体可以相互发送GIVE代币,这代表了该圈子的总预算分配。我们设想的Epochs是每月一次的活动,贡献者可以考虑彼此的合作,相互扶持和促进DAO在该时间段的使命。每个成员都被分配了固定数量的GIVE(默认为100),并且可以在Epoch期间自由地将这些代币中的任意数量发送给其他圈子成员。如果成员在其他地方获得资金,他们也可以选择退出,允许他们只发送GIVE,但不接受GIVE。如果GIVE不发给另一位圈子成员,它就没有价值 -- 赠送的过程定义了每个成员从圈子的预算中获得的报酬。

当Epoch结束时,每个成员收到的GIVE可以按比例换取每月的金库预算。

II. 构建DO(去中心化运营)

DAO已经彻底改变了我们通过代币投票协调决策的设施,但在过去一年中,当我们在数百个社区中对其进行测试时,这些广泛的共识寻求机制的不足之处变得非常明显。

虽然DAO经常被用来管理不断成长的协议的许多运营决策,如招聘和补偿,但普通持币人往往缺乏时间或专业知识来为系统增加有用的投入,而且最常见的是基于他们对核心团队的信任或缺乏信任而投弃权票或成为橡皮戳计划。

DAO解决了去中心化网络所需问题的一半,即定义治理。Coordinape是一个DO(去中心化运营)平台,旨在解决另一半问题:一个在贡献者团队中做出运营决策的架构。如果说DAO是董事会加股东的去中心化版本,那么DO就是执行团队加贡献者本身的去中心化版本。

推出

我们正在分阶段测试Coidinape,以了解社区动态。在发展的第一阶段,Coidinape的建立是为了解决Yearn的一个关键痛点:社区补助。我们已经在Yearn的几个实验阶段测试了我们的概念,证明补偿机制--"捐赠与圈子",包括为特定群体和过程提供的专用圈。现在,我们向选定的合作伙伴开放alpha版本,供他们使用。

发展

Coordinape目前是在链外实施的,以便在我们研究核心理念的最佳应用时,可以快速改变和迭代。同时,我们正在开发一个链上版本,当我们推出测试版时,将在 layer 2 EVM兼容的侧链上实施。

III. 礼物圈(Gift Circle)

Coordinape的核心功能(Alpha版本的核心)是礼物圈。礼物圈允许一组DAO贡献者分散支付过程,确定彼此对组织的价值,以创建一个价值图。

这是通过赠与的过程完成的。

捐赠圈

一个组织可以建立任何数量的Gift Circles,通过一个分散的过程增加成员。在设定的时间段内(Epoch),小组可以执行赠与过程,具体如下。

在Epoch开始时,每个圈子的成员收到100个不可分割的GIVE代币。成员在纪元期间将他们的GIVE代币分配给其他成员,以奖励他们为Yearn带来的价值,成员可以调整他们的分配,直到Epoch结束。他们可以在他们的分配中添加注释,如果他们愿意。在Epoch结束时,所有分配的GIVE代币都被锁定(现在称为GET代币),所有未分配的GIVE代币都被烧毁,然后根据每个圈子成员获得的GET代币总数的百分比划定预算分配。

例子

Joe在epoch期间从他的同事那里收到了75个GET,在 Epoch期间总分配GET数量为1500个,贡献者预算总额为 50,000 USDC,最后Joe将收到 2,500 USDC(预算的0.05)。

如何使用Coordinape

在本节中,您将概述如何使用 Coordinape 的 Web 应用程序。

圈子选择

首次访问 Coordinape 网站时,您需要连接您的钱包。如果您无法访问,则您的Eth钱包可能尚未添加到礼物圈中。 如果是这种情况,请联系您的管理员。

如果您确实有权访问一个或多个圈子,则会在“圈子选择”页面上看到它:

请注意,当您第一次访问一个圈子时,您必须连接您的钱包。

个人资料页

第一次使用 Coordinape 时,系统会要求您回答几个问题,这将帮助您在 Yearn 的同事确定如何给您。

第一个是个人资料声明。这可以是任何东西。Circle中的任何人都可以公开阅读,可用于详细说明您本月所做的工作或阐明您获得了哪些补偿,以及您希望在 Coordinape 中获得哪些补偿。

第二个问题是您是否会选择加入或选择退出此时代的GIVE。

如果您选择退出,则表明您在Yearn有其他重要的收入来源,您不应获得贡献者补助金分配。别人无法给你GIVE。

如果您选择加入,您将能够获得补助金。您可以使用个人资料声明来详细说明原因。

这些设置中的任何一个都可以在 Epoch 过程中进行更改,或者在未来的 Epoch 中,通过访问您在分配页面上的个人资料进行更改。如果您在某个时期收到 GIVE 后将您的状态更改为退出,则您累积的所有 GIVE都将返还给原主。

编辑团队页面

接下来,系统将提示您使用“团队选择”页面。此页面将允许您维护一个较小的贡献者名单,您曾与他们密切合作并希望奖励他们。

在此页面上,您可以选择任意数量的贡献者,排序或搜索以找到与您互动最多的人。

贡献者名单与您当前可分配的GIVE数量一起列出,因此您可以看到您已经列出的可分配的人。

如果您在分配 GIVE 后将贡献者从列表中删除,您的GIVE 将退还给您(在Epoch时期内)。

在您选择初始名单后,您可以随时返回编辑团队页面(从标题菜单链接)以修改名单。

分配页

分配页面允许您通过向他们发送 GIVE 来奖励您选择的贡献者。

在这里你可以:

浏览贡献者档案。

选择 GIVE 的整数发送给贡献者。

在这个时代的过程中调整这些gift。

查看您剩余的 GIVE 余额。

查看您目前收到的 GIVE 余额。

为贡献者留下信息以感谢他们,无论您是否向他们发送GIVE。

找到您自己的个人资料卡片以编辑您的:

名称,个人资料声明,头像,选择加入/选择退出选项。

图表页面

Coordinape 提供了一个实时的 Graph来展示 GIVES 在组中的网络运动。

单击头像以查看流入和流出每个成员的 GIVE 的动画表示。

成员周围的乐队代表该成员在该时期收到的总 GIVE。

您还可以使用右上角的 Epoch 链接切换以查看先前的 epoch。

图表页面

历史页面允许您查看您在任何先前时期收到的每个成员的 GIVES。该页面还将显示您收到的信息。

送给谁

礼品圈的目的是奖励所有为您的 DAO 带来价值的方式。在整个 epoch 过程中,每个成员都应该使用对他们有意义的方式将他们的 GIVE 代币分配给其他成员,以确保尽可能准确地识别和激励有价值的贡献。

目标不是平等分享金钱、出于义务给予或支付人们在组织内花费的时间(除非您认为这是有价值的)。目标是奖励有价值的贡献。如果有人没有得到任何 GIVE 代币,那没关系。也许他们那个月很忙?或者他们没有带来价值。没有什么不妥。

在分配GIVE时使用您自己的判断。一般来说,当你有人们创造价值的第一手经验时,就给他们。如果您正在与某人合作进行一个yearn的项目,并且您认为他们做得很好,请分配一些 GIVE。

尽量不要根据谁“应该”获得 GIVE 或根据炒作来分配 GIVE。让他们看到价值发生的地方。把它们交给帮助你的人。

不要太担心数字是否正确,随心而行。

IV、新功能:重新赠送

最新版本的 Coordinape 包含一个新概念:Re-Gifting。此功能将允许贡献者决定他们希望保留或销毁的 GIVE百分比。重新赠送让人们以更灵活的方式分发他们收到的赠品,并消除关于选择加入/选择退出决策的混淆。

我们将其构建为概念证明,并提供简单的选择,并鼓励那些觉得有用的人尝试一下。

** 请注意,重新赠送已取代选择退出。如果您想退出,您可以选择在这个时期重新赠送 100% 的代币。

重新赠送选项:

在最新的 Coordinape 版本中,每个用户都可以通过选择重新赠送金额来表示他们想在时代结束时用他们的GIVE 做什么。 Re-Giveting会烧掉你收到的东西,这会增加已经给别人的所有GIVE 的重量。这在Epoch Settings 页面中标识,并且可以在 Epoch 期间随时更改。

您可以选择:

重新赠送 0%。这意味着贡献者将保留他们的 GIVE,作为正常的 Opt-In 选项。

重新赠送 25%、50%、75%、100%。这允许贡献者选择他们收到的 GIVE 的百分比进行重新分配。此选项将销毁收到的 GIVE,增加在整个圆圈中累积的未销毁 GIVE 的权重。

重赠阶段:

Epoch的最后一天将有一天的窗口,在此期间仍然可以进行重新赠送。此时,所有初始赠与已分配并被锁定,只能编辑重新赠与选项。再赠与阶段结束时,会显示最终结果,并且可以准备资金分配。

请注意,您的Epoch计时器(在分配页面上)将不包括这一天。

V、联系信息

官网:http://coordinape.com

关于:https://medium.com/iearn/decentralized-payroll-management-for-daos-b2252160c543...

早期访问:https://yearnfinance.typeform.com/to/egGYEbrC

推特:https://twitter.com/coordinape


Coordinape: Decentralized payroll management for DAOs

DAOrayaki DAO Research Grant:

Fund Address: 0xCd7da526f5C943126fa9E6f63b7774fA89E88d71

Voting Result:DAO Committee /7

Grant Amount:200 USD

Category: DAOs, Contributors, Incentivize Participation, Manage Resources, Yearn Finance, Community tools, Community grants, Internal Salaries, Special Projects

Contributor:黑白BQ, DAOctor @Daorayaki

Coordinape is a platform for DAOs to easily and fairly distribute resources to contributors. Community grants, internal salaries, and special projects can all be incentivized and rewarded by the community itself. Instead of cumbersome voting or black box committees, contributors themselves can quickly and transparently reward the value they see being created.

Overview

Decentralized payroll management for DAOs

DAO’s don’t have top down management. There is no HR department. There are no contracts and no salary negotiations. How do you properly incentivize and reward contributors?

When the yearn DAO first started, it adopted governance weighted salaries (I use the term loosely, since technically they are once off, once per month grants, if you don’t contribute the following month, no grant). Governance weighted salaries where simply proposals set up by community members, where they proposed that contributor X should receive Y payment. These require active management and need monthly DAO votes / approvals. This doesn’t scale well.

To address the scaling and overhead problems, the yearn team built Coordinape, these are my favorite kind of products since they originate out of a personal need, but can be generalized to help any other organizations / DAO’s struggling with a similar problem.

What is Coordinape, simply put anyone wishing to contribute to yearn (or their own DAO) can register (currently using github details), every epoch (for yearn 1 month), you can select the team members you have been working and interacting with, below, yearn contributors;

For example, my interactions below (members I marked as having interacted with this past epoch);

Now each member has a set amount of allocation points, and can allocate points to the contributors they have worked with based on what they think of their contributions.

So if we look at the current epoch contributions we see the following;

Each line is an allocation from one member to the next. This builds up a contributor graph that is weighted towards the members that have the most interactions and allocations.

Now simply, during the epoch, yearn earns Y amount in fees / contributions / rewards / etc, this accrues to the Coordinate contributor contract, at the end of the epoch contributors can claim their grant based on their contributions in the epoch.

Conclusion

Coordinape allows decentralized teams and DAO’s without top down management or HR to autonomously allocate and reward contributors with funds, all done via sybil resistant social graphs.

Founder Team

Andre Cronje

Andre Cronje is a South African software developer and cryptocurrency/DeFi (decentralized finance) entrepreneur who is best known as the founder of Yearn Finance.

Facu Ameal

Communications Manager of Yearn Finance. Argentinian entrepreneur. He has been in the crypto market for 3 years. Previusly run the leading BTC farm in Argentina. Now dedicated full time to DeFi and the Ethereum ecosystem.

Detailed introduction

I. Vision

The promise of DAOs is decentralized collaboration, where teams of people can solve hard problems together and share in the rewards of the work. As the revolutionary potential of DAOs becomes increasingly apparent, so do their challenges and limitations... especially by those operating within them. Coordinape aims to make the actual experience of people working in DAOS more dynamic, rewarding and fair.

Coordinape moves more decision making to the community. The simple premise is that if you ask everyone in the community who is doing good work, their collective answers will give a good sense of where the value is and who should be most rewarded. Over time, this also provides valuable insights for the DAO about what kinds of work is prioritized, what the community finds most valuable, and who are the key contributors in different areas. The shared visual display also enables everyone in the community to see who is working on what and find opportunities for collaboration or reduce duplication of effort.

The focus now is on gift circles for resource distribution, but features are being added continually so that budgeting, recruiting and onboarding, project prioritization, and investments can all be done on the platform.

How It Works

Coordinape is currently implemented as an off-chain alpha while we develop an on-chain version, using an EVM compatible L2 or side-chain.

Coordinape is built around Circles - groups of DAO participants that wish to distribute funds through a decentralized gifting process. Each Circle can define the rules of participation -- it can grow its network permissionlessly, set parameters around certain elements of its game mechanics and toggle network visibility, either through centralized admin or internal governance.

Circles run in Epochs: periods of time in which its constituent body of contributors can send eachother GIVE tokens, which represent that Circle's total budget allocation. We envision Epochs as monthly events, where contributors can consider eachother's collaboration, mutual enablement and furthering of the DAO's mission over that time period. Each member is allocated a fixed amount of GIVE (100 by default), and can send any number of these tokens to other Circle members freely during the Epoch. Members can also opt out if they recieve funding elsewhere, allowing them to send GIVE but not recieve it. GIVE has no value if it is not given to another Circle member -- the process of gifting defines the per-member payout from the cirle's budget.

When the Epoch ends, the GIVE each member has recieved can be exchanged for a pro rata amount of monthly treasury budget.

II. Building DAO Operations

DAOs have revolutionized our facility for coordinating decision-making via coin-voting, but the shortfalls of these broad consensus-finding mechanisms have become very apparent as we’ve put them to the test across hundreds of communities over the past year.

While DAOs are often used to manage growing protocol's many operational decisions such as hiring and compensation, the average coin-holder often lacks the time or expertise to add useful input to a system and is most often either abstaining or rubber stamping initiatives based on their trust, or lack of trust, in the core team.

DAOs solve one half of the problems decentralized networks require, defining governance. Coordinape is a DO (decentralized operations) platform that aims to solve the other half: a structure to make operational decisions within a team of contributors. If a DAO is the decentralized version of a board of directors plus shareholders, a DO is the decentralized version of the executive team plus contributors themselves.

Roll-out

We are testing Coordinape in phases to understand the social dynamics. For the first phase of its development, Coordinape is being built to tackle a key pain-point for Yearn: community grants. We have tested our proof of concept compensation mechanic, the “gifting circle,” over several trial periods at Yearn, including dedicated circles for specific groups and processes. Now, we are opening the alpha version to select partners for their use.

Development

Coordinape is currently implemented off-chain, to allow rapid changes and iteration as we research the best applications of core ideas. Simultaneously, we are working on an on-chain version, to be implemented on a layer 2 EVM compatible side-chain as we launch our Beta offering.

III. Gift Circle

Coordinape’s core feature (central to the Alpha version) is the Gift Circle. The Gift Circle allows a group of DAO contributors to decentralize the payment process, identifying eachother’s value to the organization to create a compensation map.

This is done through a process of Gifting.

The Gift Circle

An organization can stand up any number of Gift Circles, adding members through a decentralized process. During a set period of time (the Epoch), the group can perform the Gifting process, as follows:

At the start of the epoch, each member of the Circle receives 100 non-divisible GIVE tokens Members allocated their GIVE tokens to other members over the course of the epoch to reward them for the value they bring to Yearn Members can adjust their allocations up until the end of the epoch They can add notes to their allocations if they wish At the end of the epoch, all allocated GIVE tokens become locked (now called GET tokens), and all unallocated GIVE tokens are burned Budget distribution is then formulated according to the percentage of total GET tokens that each member of the circles has received.

Example

  • Joe receives 75 GETs over the epoch from his colleagues,
  • Total GETs allocated during the epoch are 1500,
  • Total Contributor Budget is 50,000 USDC
  • Joe is sent 2,500 USDC (0.05 of Budget).

How To Use Coordinape

In this section, you will find an overview of how Coordinape's web application is used.

Circle Selection

When first visiting the Coordinape website, you will need to connect your wallet. If you are not able to gain access, your Eth wallet likely has not been added to a Gift Circle. Contact your administrator if this is the case.

If you do have access to one or more circles, you will see it on the Circle Selection page:

Please note, you will have to connect your wallet when you access a circle for the first time.

Profile Page

The first time you use Coordinape, you will be asked to answer a couple of questions, which will help your colleagues at Yearn to determine how to GIVE to you.

The first one is a Profile Statement. This can be anything. It is public for anyone in the Circle to read, and can be used to detail the work you have done this month or clarify what you have been compensated for, and what you want to be compensated for in Coordinape.

The second question is if you will Opt In or Opt Out from receiving GIVE for this epoch.

  • If you Opt Out, you are signaling that you have other income streams at Yearn which are significant, and you should not be getting Contributor Grant allocations. It will be impossible for others to give to you.
  • If you Opt In, you will be able to receive grants. You may use the Profile Statement to detail why.

Either of these settings can be changed over the course of the Epoch, or for future Epochs, by accessing your profile on the Allocation Page to change them. If you change your status to Opt Out after receiving GIVE during an epoch, any GIVE you have accrued will go back to its senders.

Edit Team Page

Next, you will be prompted to use the Team Selection page. This page will allow you to maintain a smaller roster of contributors, whom you have worked with closely and want to reward.

On this page, you may select any number of contributors, sorting or searching to find those you have interacted with the most.

  • Contributors are listed with the current number of GIVE you have allocated, so you can see whom you’ve already included in your allocation.
  • If you remove a contributor from your list after allocating them GIVE, your GIVE will be returned to you (within the active Epoch).
  • After selecting your initial roster, you can return to the Edit Team page at any time, linked from the header menu, to edit your group.

Allocation Page

The Allocation Page allows you to reward the teammates you have selected, by sending them GIVE.

Here you can:

  • Browse contributor profiles.
  • Select whole numbers of GIVE to send to contributors.
  • Adjust these gifts over the course of the epoch.
  • View the balance of GIVE you have left.
  • View the balance of GIVE you have received so far.
  • Leave notes for contributors to thank them, whether or not you send them GIVE.
  • Find your own profile card to edit your:
  • Name,
  • Profile statement,
  • Avatar image,
  • Opt In / Opt Out choice.

Graph Page

Coordinape provides a real time Graph to show the network movement of GIVES among the group.

  • Click on an avatar to see an animated representation of the GIVE flowing to and from each member.
  • Bands around the member represent the total GIVE that member has received in the epoch.
  • You can also toggle to view prior epochs, using the Epoch link at upper right.

Graph Page

The History Page allows you to see the GIVES you have received, per member, in any prior epoch.

This will page will also display your received notes.

Who To Gift

The purpose of the gift circle is to reward all the ways value is brought to your DAO. Over the course of the epoch, each member should allocate their GIVE tokens to other members using whatever logic that makes sense to them with the goal of making sure valuable contributions are recognized and compensated as accurately as possible.

The goal is not to share money equally, give from obligation, or to pay people for spending time within the organization (unless you think that is valuable). The goal is to reward valuable contributions. If someone doesn’t get any GIVE tokens, that’s OK. Maybe they were busy that month? Or maybe they aren’t bringing value. There is nothing wrong with that.

Use your own judgment in allocating GIVEs. In general, give them when you have first-hand experience of people creating value. If you are working with someone on a yearn project and you think they did a good job, allocate some GIVEs.

Try not to allocate GIVEs based on who is “supposed” to get them, or based on hype. Give them where you see value happen. Give them to people that help you.

Don’t worry too much about getting the numbers right, go with your heart.

IV. New Feature: Re-Gifting

The latest version of Coordinape includes a new concept: Re-Gifting. This feature will allow contributors to decide what percentage of their GIVE they would like to keep or burn. Re-gifting lets people distribute their recieved GIVE in a more flexible way, and removes confusion around opt-in / opt-out decisions.

We have built this as a proof of concept, with simple choices, and encourage those that find it useful to try it out.

** Please note that Re-Gifting has replaced Opt-Out. If you would like to opt out, you can choose to Re-Gift 100% of your tokens this epoch.

Re-Gifting Options:

In the newest Coordinape version, each user can signal what they would like to do with their GIVE at the end of the epoch, by choosing a Re-Gifting amount. Re-Gifting will burn give you have recieved, which will increase the wieght of all GIVE that has been given to others. This is identified in the Epoch Settings page, and can be changed at any time during the epoch.

You can choose to:

  • Re-Gift 0%. This means that the contributor will keep their GIVE, as a normal Opt-In option.
  • Re-Gift 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%. This allows the contributor to choose percentages of their received GIVE to redistribute. This option will burn GIVE received, increasing the weight of unburned GIVE that is accrued across the circle.

Re-Gifting Phase:

The last day of the epoch will be a 1 day window during which Re-Gifting can still occur. At this time, all initial GIVE has been allocated and locked, and only Re-Gifting options can be edited. When the Re-Gifting phase concludes, final results are displayed and the treasury distribution can be prepared.

Please note that your epoch timer (on the Allocations Page) will not include this day.

V. Contact Information

Official Website: http://coordinape.com

About: https://medium.com/iearn/decentralized-payroll-management-for-daos-b2252160c543…

Form for early access: https://yearnfinance.typeform.com/to/egGYEbrC

Twitter: https://twitter.com/coordinape


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