Introduction to EMC DAO

The EMC DAO is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) established to govern the EMC network, a blockchain computing power network designed to serve AI applications. The DAO is composed of $EMC token holders and their selected delegates, who collectively participate in the governance of the EMC ecosystem. Through the use of $EMC tokens, members of the EMC DAO have the power to vote on governance proposals, thereby influencing the future development and protocols of the EMC network. The EMC DAO is a powerful tool that facilitates decentralized governance and community-driven management of the EMC ecosystem.

The Constitution of EMC DAO


We, the members of the EMC DAO, in order to establish a decentralized and transparent governance framework, promote the interests of the EMC network, and ensure the security and prosperity of the ecosystem, hereby adopt this Constitution.

Article I: Membership and Voting Rights

  1. Membership: Any individual or entity holding staked $EMC tokens is eligible for membership in the EMC DAO.

  2. Voting Rights: Each staked $EMC token held entitles the holder to one vote in governance matters.

Article II: Decision-Making Processes

  1. Proposal Submission: Any member of the EMC DAO may submit a proposal for consideration by the community.

  2. Voting: Proposals shall be subject to a voting period, during which members may cast their votes using their $EMC tokens.

  3. Quorum: A minimum threshold of participation shall be required for a vote to be considered valid.

Article III: Governance Mechanism

  1. Security Council: The EMC DAO shall establish a Security Council, responsible for ensuring the security of the network and empowered to take fast action in the event of security issues.

  2. Treasury Management: The DAO shall maintain a treasury funded by $EMC tokens, to be used for the support and development of the EMC ecosystem.


Voting Rights in the EMC DAO

The EMC DAO has established a voting system that confers voting rights solely to staked $EMC token holders. The duration of the stake directly correlates with the voting power, with longer staking periods resulting in increased influence on governance decisions.

This mechanism is designed to incentivize long-term commitment and discourage short-term manipulation of the governance process. By aligning the voting power with the duration of the stake, the EMC DAO seeks to foster a more stable and dedicated voting community, thereby enhancing the integrity and resilience of its governance framework.

This voting approach reflects the EMC DAO's commitment to promoting sustainable and robust governance practices, safeguarding against potential external influences, and ensuring that governance decisions are driven by the long-term interests of the community and the EMC ecosystem.

Other DAO Documents

In addition to the Constitution, the EMC DAO may consider the following documents:

  1. Proposal Submission Guidelines: A document outlining the requirements and process for submitting proposals to the EMC DAO.

  2. Voting Procedures: Detailed procedures for conducting and validating votes on governance proposals.

  3. Security Council Charter: A charter outlining the responsibilities and powers of the Security Council.

  4. Treasury Management Policy: A policy document governing the use of funds from the DAO treasury.

By establishing these documents, the EMC DAO aims to create a robust and transparent governance framework, ensuring the active participation of its members in shaping the future of the EMC network.

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