Vote on Proposal

As a member of Alphaping DAO, your active involvement in decision-making through voting on proposals is crucial. The voting process can differ based on the stage of the proposal. This guide will walk you through how to find, assess, and vote on proposals at every stage.

Proposals Start in the "Temperature Check" Stage

Proposals are first posted on the Alphaping DAO governance forum for everyone to discuss. These posts often include a Snapshot poll to see how the community feels about the proposal. Here's how you can participate:

  1. Visit the Alphaping DAO governance forum.

  2. Find the proposal you're interested in and read it along with the discussion.

  3. Share your thoughts and join the conversation to help shape the proposal.

Once you're ready to vote:

  1. Head to Snapshot.

  2. Connect your wallet.

  3. Look for the proposal you want to vote on in the Alphaping DAO Snapshot section.

  4. Follow the instructions on Snapshot to cast your vote.

Proposals in the "On-Chain Vote" Stage

Once a proposal passes the "temperature check," it moves to the "on-chain vote" stage on Tally. Here's what you need to know about voting at this stage:

For a proposal to pass:

  1. It needs more "yes" votes than "no" votes.

  2. Constitutional proposals need votes from at least 5% of all tokens, while non-Constitutional ones need at least 3%.

Here's how to vote on Tally:

  1. Log in to Tally using your wallet that has voting power delegated to it. Make sure you delegate $ALPDAO tokens to your wallet before voting starts.

  2. Go to the "explore DAOs" section in Tally or click "My DAOs" in your profile to find the page for either Constitutional or non-Constitutional proposals.

  3. Find the proposal you want to vote on and make your choice.

On Proposal Evaluation

When reviewing proposals, focus on how well they fit with Alphaping DAO's mission and values, as described in its Constitution. Keep in mind that the DAO aims to build a fair, open, and decentralized platform that benefits everyone, including potential future members.

On Delegation

If you're too busy to vote on proposals yourself, you can choose to let someone else vote for you by delegating your voting power. When picking a delegate, make sure they align with Alphaping DAO's principles as outlined in the Constitution. If you're unsure how to delegate or pick a delegate, check out our guide on "Delegate Your Voting Power."


Our system is still growing and will change based on feedback from our community members like you. Any changes will be proposed and voted on following the rules in the Constitution. To understand more about how proposals work or the voting process, check out the Constitution and other related documents. If you have questions or concerns, feel free to visit the Alphaping DAO governance forum or Discord.

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