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The overarching goal of the Perion governance model is to achieve maximal growth for Perion, and the Web3 gaming ecosystem, in a decentralised system that is ultimately governed via the community. Our overarching goal should be achieved in a manner that strikes an effective balance between informed decision making, decentralisation and community participation
All of the listed components or modules of the DAO have unique functionality and governance systems. These various segments of the DAO interact via proposal, voting and election mechanics

Overview of governance functionality

Treasury grants module

Governance: Facilitates collective governance for the Core SubDAOs
  • Core SubDAO subcommittees submit broad mandates for funding
  • Core SubDAO subcommittees collectively vote to pass or deny funding proposals
  • If the threshold required to pass a vote is met the given proposal is funded

Core SubDAOs

Governance: Subcommittee oversight with internal proposal voting
  • Core SubDAOs are governed by a Subcommittee and function as voting entities
  • Elected subcommittees develop funding mandates as per treasury grants module requirements
  • Subcommittee elections commence in Phase 2 of governance

Support SubDAO

Governance: CoreDAO subcommittees engage Support SubDAO contributors
  • The Support SubDAO is comprised of DAO contributors
  • Core SubDAOs utilise Support SubDAO contributors for required works, as per funding mandates
  • Core SubDAOs may expand the pool of supporting contributors

Community DAO

Governance: Community governance
  • Comprised of DAO community (PERC holders)
  • Vote on distribution of allocated PERC and/or other rewards
  • Proposals submitted for election of Independent validators and SubDAO subcommittees