[bisq-network/compensation] For March 2019 (#259)
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@eyalron33 What I mean by forking the DAO is that the community splits in two fairly equal parts. The technical implementation of the DAO is mainly a way to manage the social aspect, where the social aspect is where the real power and value lies. With a fork the new community could keep most of the the DAO bonds and whatever they want by modifying the code to their liking.
If you then want to check which DAO is the right one you still have to decide which community or network is the one you care about.
I think the DAO implementation in code will help a lot in preventing a fork though. The fact that there is codified governance should help in avoiding and major rifts within the community. But I think the threat of splitting the community has to be there as an incentive for the community to not manage the DAO in a bad way.
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