This is the MVD - Minimum Viable Delegation.
Participating in token governance will require a time commitment. For this reason, we strongly encourage people claiming COLLAB airdrop (and possible future airdrops) to delegate the voting power of their tokens to a community member who has explicitly volunteered to play an active role in token governance. These volunteers are called delegates.
Members must register to vote by delegating their COLLAB.
- Navigate to Origami
- Agree to DAO Charter
- Mint DAO Pass (no smart contract wallets)
Proposalson the left sidebar then click
- Delegate COLLAB in origami, you can delegate to yourself or someone from the delegate list.
Delegation is a commitment to the Collab.Land Co-op. If you haven’t done so already, you should read and understand the Collaborative Vision and [Co-op Charter]) documents. The Collaborative Vision paints a picture for what the Collab.Land Co-op is attempting to do in the long-term. The Co-op Charter explains how, practically, we aim to bring this vision to life. Familiarizing yourself with these documents is crucial to being an effective delegate.
Delegates are a critical part of the Collab.Land Co-op governance model. Without delegates we cannot effectively translate individual needs and wants into Collaborative action. Becoming a delegate is a commitment to engage actively in the governance of the Co-op for the benefit of the Co-op’s members.
Although the exact roles and asks of a delegate will likely change over time, delegates are expected to shoulder the following key responsibilities:
Abide by all the expectations and processes outlined in the DAO Charter.
Read, understand, and provide any necessary feedback on governance forum posts.
Think critically and give input on governance experiments that will define the future of the Co-op.
Explore new ways to improve the Collab.Land Co-op as a whole, whether by technical improvements, governance changes, or any other means.
Understand Collab.Land network parameters and how these parameters can be tuned to ensure that the core Collab.Land network functions optimally for all network participants.
Actively vote on governance proposals and explain the thinking behind each vote when helpful.
Promote the Co-op’s cultural values by setting a positive example for the general public.
All DAO members must register to vote on Origami for their voting power to be counted in governance votes. You can register yourself as your delegate or delegate your voting power to another.
We will be transferring over to a delegate and metagovernance platform for delegation after this initial bootstrapping period. View the recommended delegates below and submit yourself as a Collab.Land DAO delegate if you want.
These are some members recommended as stewards of the Co-op but you are free to delegate to whomever you choose.
Nerd | Collab.Land team
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #7 by iSpeakNerd
Twitter social analysis | birdbrain.io
James Young | Collab.Land team
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #12 by james
Anjali Young | Collab.Land team
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #14 by damaderoca
Scooby | Collab.Land Team
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #11 by Scooby
MemeBrains | DAO App developer
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #15 by MemeBrains
Abhishun | Collab.Team
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #13 by abhishun
Noxe | community DAOist
Season 0 DAO Governance Delegates - #8 by Noxe
Reply to this forum thread using the following template to submit yourself as a delegate for others. Please leave the prompts intact and answer on the same line.
- post a tweet that links to your delegate post on discourse (after submitting your post)
- then edit your post here on discourse to link back to the tweet from (1)
Delegate wallet address or ENS:
Verification (Tweet link):
Twitter profile link:
I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process:
I understand that becoming a delegate is a commitment:
My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:
My view on the Collaborative Vision:
My web3 interests:
Choose ≤ 5 topics from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.
Accessibility, Artificial Intelligence, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge
Languages I speak and write:
Please choose from the ISO 639-1 list
My skills and areas of expertise: [optional]
My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
List ≤ 3 projects
Other links or bio [optional]