I wrote an ERC20 smart contract extending standard openzepplein ERC20.sol. While Certik audit, it exposes centralized manipulation and initial token distribution issues. I am wondering if I can handle these issues by using DAO smart contract. Thanks.

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Yes, DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) smart contracts can be used to address issues such as centralized manipulation and initial token distribution.

By implementing a DAO, you can create a decentralized governance structure that allows token holders to have a say in decision-making processes, reducing the potential for manipulation. Additionally, DAOs can provide transparent and automated processes for token distribution, ensuring fairness and accountability.

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