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A Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) is an organisation governed by rules encoded as Ethereum contracts.

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How to cheaply fractionalize certain rare NFTs in a collection?

I wanted to fractionalize certain rare NFTs in a collection. I.e a collection with total 5000 NFTs, 4000 with normal minting (1 owner) and 1000 NFTs that are each fractionalized (100 shares). Also the ...
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Gnosis API is responding incorrectly which has stopped our onboarding (at Parcel)

gm GET ​/owners​/{address}​/safes​/ Return Safes where the address provided is an owner This API is responding with empty array for all the addresses. It has halted our onboarding for DAOs. Can we fix ...
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DAO like functionality on Gnosis?

I am a Gnosis newbie. Want to set up a safe for an investor group. It seems like the safe has awesome functionality for that. As the group potentially expands beyond my small circle, may offer ...
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Must DAOs be paid with native asset? What flexibility is there in this structure?

This is more of a 'meta' question than anything else. I was wondering if someone could create a DAO (crowdfund/ICO type contract), that redeems the tokens from the crowdsale in exchange for something ...
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How to build a DAO with elected leaders

I'm trying to build a DAO. It will work like this. Based on an ERC-20 token Holding the ERC-20 let's you vote for investors There will be 20 investors in total Investors are broken down into smaller ...
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Is the DAO Hack attacker still full of ether?

I'm actually studying what is happened in the DAO Hack for a research and I'm full of curiosity. I read a lot of articles on Internet about this but I didn't found enought informations about what ...
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Is there any proposed way for a person to prove identity to claim entitlement as beneficiary under a smart contract [duplicate]

Suppose I am a very rich individual and want to leave a lot of money in trust to my descendants, but I don't necessarily know who they all are, or maybe they aren't even alive yet. I would like to ...
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multiple address in myetherwallet

Good day. When I load my Passphrase (words) into restoring my wallet on myetherwallet.com I am ask which network to use and also chose between 100s of address. I am specifically looking for 1 address ...
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What is Project Wyvern Protocol?

as far as I know OpenSea uses Project Wyvern Exchange for bidding, offering, buying and selling. But I can't understand how it is works. Does anyone knows what is it? If anybody can explain it in very ...
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Any precautions with ERC20 token creation with regards to a DAO?

If you plan to have your ICO 12-24 months before your DAO launch, what precautions and configurations must be made to your ERC20 token? Note: OpenZeppelin will be used for the token contract and ...
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Best way to handle collaborative projects w/ respect to ETH wallets

I'm a generative NFT coder being approached by various teams to collab on NFT projects. Here's what I'm wondering, specifically: On OpenSea, I can set a single payment wallet address for NFT sales. ...
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Why is noone exploiting the DAO contract?

The DAO contract (at 0xbb9bc244d798123fde783fcc1c72d3bb8c189413) was hacked in 2016, but is still operational and currently holds over 43 Ether: https://etherscan.io/address/...
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Is there an EIP or ERC for a DAO implementation contract?

Does there exist a standard for a DAO interface?
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Why didn't the DAO attacker make it easy to withdraw eth from the dark dao?

In the DAO attack, the attacker transferred eth from the DAO (at 0xbb9bc244d798123fde783fcc1c72d3bb8c189413) to the dark DAO they created (at 0x304a554a310c7e546dfe434669c62820b7d83490). This dark DAO ...
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How do farming/staking platforms really profit? [closed]

Sorry if this question isn't directly related to Ethereum, but to DeFi in general. I understand how we, users of platforms like PancakeSwap, Aave, Curve and such, can profit from these platforms when ...
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How many blocks were reversed with the DAO hard fork?

There are some facts regarding the DAO hack and the subsequent hard fork that can be found everywhere, e.g., that the hard fork happened at block height 1,920,000, that it was undertaken in an effort ...
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How do DAO's investors or founders make profit?

I am hearing a lot about DAOs and their up as well as downsides. But I still didn't understand " How can a investor investing his ether in a DAO make profit?". Say for examples I funded a ...
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How many Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs) are there?

Wikipedia gives a list of DAO's, although there are more than those 5 (one of the 6 in the list is no longer operating). Is it possible to count them using code, or by observing various data? If so, ...
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Ethereum Keystore Hashcat

I have a keystore file but I can't remember all the passwords. Then I use Hashcat and I try to crack it with my list of words that I made but I don't know if I use the correct commands. hashcat.exe -...
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Was Uniswap a DAO even before it had it's governance token, the UNI?

A Decentralised Autonomous Organization is governed by a governance token. So democratically, everybody who owns the token could vote on proposals and submit proposals too for the whole DAO. Uniswap ...
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Is Ethereum a DAO?

I am currently reading the book Token Economy from Shermin Voshmgir, which I am finding a very comprehensive overview of the current state of the Web3. I am still very new to the topic though, so bare ...
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DAO ETH account thru Shapeshift

In 2016 I did exactly the sentence below. Not ETH account was ever sent to me. Now I have almost 10 ETH sitting on the DAO that I can’t access. I tried customer support for both ShapeShift and ...
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How are DAO proposals encoded into smart contracts?

My understanding of a DAO is that members can create proposals which if they pass successfully become part of the rules of the DAO. How does that work for complex proposals? For example, here's a ...
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Do parts of decentralised apps take advantage of centralisation?

So, obviously MetaMask interacts with public, distributed ledgers in order to show my balances, however, from a technical perspective, do certain parts of the application use centralised databases? ...
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Feedback on Implementing Merkle Airdrop for Rug Pull Victims

Summary: Developed a smart contract that enables the GovernorDAO Community to un-rug the CBDAO Rug Pull victims by providing them with a Merkle Distribution Airdrop. Over 1/3 of an already-minted ...
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How can a DAO manage a domain, Twitter account, Github commit rights in a trustless manner?

With managing on-chain assets the Vault / Tresury controlled by DAO works. With other digital assets, such as WWW domain, there is still a single human who uses GoDaddy. Is there any technical ...
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DaoAttack not working

I am trying to replicate the famous DAO attack for a cryptocurrencies course. I have the following contract already deployed on the blockchain. pragma solidity ^0.5.4; contract EDao { address ...
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Was throw part of DAO (attacked) code?

I have attached a picture related to DAO attack. I got the image from the following link A Survey on Ethereum Systems Security: Vulnerabilities, Attacks and Defenses . The image shows a code ...
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How to deploy a DAO on Ethereum?

Want to deploy and operate a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) on Ethereum. What are my options?
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Trouble with personalUnlockAccount,web3j

I am creating android dapp for votings I am trying to check if user's credentials are right,so i use object of PersonalUnlockAccount class and function accountUnlocked().So the problem is that when i ...
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Understand the functionality of one contract

I am trying to understand the following contract sample: // Refund contract for trust DAO #16 contract DAO { function balanceOf(address addr) returns (uint); function transferFrom(address ...
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Unable to use call.value to send the ether to another contract

Block Builder! I create a bank and client contracts, in order to reproduce DAO attack event. The client can deposit, but can not withdraw. I enclose the repo from Github here: https://github.com/...
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Compiling error when using .value() for sending money between contracts using solidity and truffle framework

Dear fellow block builders! I am new to this field and I would like to implement my first project mimicking the famous DAO attack using re-entrance. I've programmed two smart contracts - the DAO and ...
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Create two contracts that each with different accounts.

I'm a newbie in blockchain. I am trying to repeat DAO attack using two different contracts, in my case DAO and Hacker. I want the 2 contracts belongs to 2 separated account, so I can see that the ...
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If the hackers of the DAO converted the funds to bitcoin, would it have been possible to return the funds to the investors?

My understanding of the DAO hack is that Ethereum was hard forked so that those who lost funds could have them retrieved. If the hacked funds were immediately converted to bitcoin, would this still ...
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Did DAO attacker gained ETH on Ethereum Classic?

I'm starting to study blockchain's world and the DAO attack caught my attention. I studied how it worked and the solution proposed by the Ethereum community. The hard fork splitted the blockchain in ...
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The DAO: Stalker Attack - Attacker split from childDAO?

I had a question about the argument in this article Why The Stalker Attack is a Non Issue. In the scenario the article describes, there is a "Victim" and an "Attacker". The Victim tries to split from ...
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Serious BUG in the example DAO contract on the official Ethereum.org website?

when I look through the DAO (The Blockchain Congress) example from the official Ethereum website here https://www.ethereum.org/dao I noticed something strange, specifically for the addMember and ...
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Data Scientist wanting to simulate a DAO on private network, unsure of where to begin

My apologies for such a broad question, I couldn't find anything remotely similar to my case and I've got lots of questions - I'll try to narrow the scope down here. Premise: I'm a data science ...
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Token deployment for DAO

I have coded a token that has about 5000 addresses. With token balances in them Each of these addresses will release tokens at a controlled rate. I would like these tokens to represent shares and ...
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What do the keys 'balance', 'extraBalance' and 'extraBalanceAccount' signify in the dao-hardfork

The list of 58 affected accounts during the DAO hardfork is available here: https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/blob/5f55d95aea433ef97c48ae927835d833772350de/params/dao.go#L67 The list has four ...
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Off-the-chain rules vs. on-chain-rules when designing a DAO

Imagine such DAO, where there are two actors: Business Partners What a business can do are: Issue a certificate to partners, which uses certain off-the-chian logic to evaluate the traits of the ...
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How to simulate the DAO attack with Truffle and testRPC [closed]

I want to simulate the DAO recursive attack. Can you please define the steps for simulating the attack with Truffle using the TestRPC.
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Why separate DAO/ICO contract from token contract?

Whenever I see a DAO or ICO contract, the token contract is a contract at a different address... Let's say I want to create a democratic DAO contract without an owner. When someone sends 1 ETH to the ...
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MyEtherWallet 3.3.7 Withdraw ETH from DAO for ETH function not working

so I am trying to recover my ETH from DAO using MyEtherWallet 3.3.7, as described in the Ethereum Wiki: https://theethereum.wiki/w/index.php/The_DAO_Refunds#...
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DAO withdrawal without keystore

I have been reading here about the withdrawal process. A friend of mine has participated in DAO and he needs some help - a couple of days ago found that DAO has failed and wants to withdraw. All he ...
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Wouldn't a smart contract that deals with regulated markets need legal paper work to be legal?

By regulated markets I mean: finance, gambling and insurance, but also others. So let's say, you have your DAC (is that still common terminology?) and let's say you figured out some oracles that feed ...
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Locked ERC20 paid out as tx-fees to DAO holders

I'm creating a contract where people transact by using locked ERC20 tokens. For example - you'd have 500 of token A locked in the DAO contract. You decide to send 100 of token A to some other ...
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Simulating the DAO attack using truffle

I'm trying to simulate the DAO attack for a research project I'm working on. I have truffle and testrpc setup on my machine. I use the sample code given in this tutorial. I try calling the BankAttack ...
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Differentiating Pre-ICO and ICO in contract

I am developing an ICO contract that has a presale and main crowdsale event and I'm really new to this having experience of building only basic ICOs. I wanted to know what the best way would be to ...