The Alphaping DAO is steered by a set of rules that enable $ALPDAO token holders to suggest and vote on various initiatives. This could include altering the DAO's Constitution or allocating funds for particular projects. Your votes play a vital role in determining the direction and evolution of the Alphaping DAO, the technologies and the business units it oversees.

Types of Votes

In the Alphaping DAO, there are two main types of votes:

  1. Temperature Check: This is an initial vote to see if the community is interested in a proposal. It happens on the Snapshot platform and is open to $ALPDAO token holders who own (or represent) at least 0.01% of the total votable tokens (10,000 tokens).

  2. On-Chain Vote: If a proposal passes the temperature check, it moves to an official vote on Tally. This vote can be started by $ALPDAO token holders who own (or represent) at least 100,000 votable tokens. To pass, over 50% of the tokens voting on the proposal need to vote in favor. For constitutional proposals, at least 5% of all votable tokens must vote; for non-constitutional proposals, at least 3% must vote. Check the Constitution for more details on how Alphaping DAO's governance works.

Token-Weigthed Voting

Your voting power in the Alphaping DAO depends on how many $ALPDAO tokens you own. But if you're too busy to vote, you can give your voting power to a delegate to vote for you. This is a handy choice for those who can't actively join in the DAO's decision-making. Check out "How to delegate your voting power" to find out more about this.

Value-Based Voting

Remember, the Alphaping DAO runs based on its Constitution's core values like decentralization, security, scalability and longevity. When you look at proposals, think about whether they match these values and benefit the whole DAO community, rather than just a few specific interests.


Voting is a key part of how the Alphaping DAO makes decisions. It lets token holders like you help decide what happens next for the DAO. By knowing the types of votes, how much voting power you have, and sticking to the DAO's values, you can play a part in making decisions that benefit everyone involved.

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