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BakerDAO's Economic Model 2.0
BakerDAO Whitepaper V1.0
Governance Polls occur on-chain and can be accessed through the BakerDAO Foundation's
, so you can select multiple options and ranked-choices will be prioritized.
Governance Polls measure the sentiment of BKR voters, and are used to:
Determine governance and DAO processes outside the technical layer of the BakerDAO Protocol.
Form consensus on important community goals and targets.
Measure sentiment on potential Executive Vote proposals.
Ratify governance proposals originating from the BakerDAO forum signal threads.
Determine which values certain system parameters should be set to before those values are then confirmed in an executive vote.
Ratify risk parameters for new collateral types as presented by Risk Teams.
Executive Votes occur on-chain and can be accessed through the Maker Foundation's
Executive Votes "execute" technical changes to the Maker Protocol. When active, each Executive Vote has a proposed set of changes being made on the BakerDAO Protocol's smart-contracts.
Unlike the other types of votes, Executive Votes use a 'Continuous Approval Voting' model.
Executive Votes can be used to:
Add or remove collateral types.
Add or remove Vault types.
Adjust global system parameters.
Adjust Vault-specific parameters.
Replace modular smart contracts.
Anyone can create an on-chain Executive Vote using the BakerDAO governance contracts, however, there is no non-technical UI available to do this.
Users can create proposals, also known as "
" through this
, or by interacting directly with the smart contracts.