Raccoon Network

DAO Goverance

In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto released the Bitcoin white paper, proposing a decentralized peer-to-peer electronic currency system, and blockchain technology was born.
The emergence of the blockchain has prompted all parties to think about the new governance model. In 2013, the decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) attracted more attention, and its cryptocurrency was used as the shares of the DAO. The company policy is defined by the contract code.
In theory, a DAO does not represent a single application, but a company without a typical physical structure. The idea is that it runs completely autonomously, with humans (as users) having voting rights in certain programs.
Unlike conditional trading programs, DAOs are not built and maintained by profit-motivated companies because they are "owned" by users. Raccoon Network will try to build a super DAO structure, so that everyone can influence the development process of the whole world through personal behavior while participating in DAO governance. We believe that the Raccoon network will revolutionize our lives—or, in a sense, give us new life experiences.