DCORP is autonomous, decentralized and democratic. An organization that exists on blockchain as a series of smart-contracts. Contributed ideas will stem from our community, will be analyzed and assessed by our community, and then voted on for funding - you guessed it - by our community of token holders! Anyone can join DCORP as a token holder or talented contributor.
DCORP is represented by two tokens, DRPU and DRPS. The holders of these tokens are the collective owners of DCORP, have voting power and are entitled to multiple benefits through DCORP. In addition to voting on projects that we fund, token holders also have the ability to propose and vote on various governance proposals, as illustrated in the charts below.
The Board of Directors are elected and publicly known. All voting behavior is stored on the blockchain and thus made public.
Talent is the key to successful projects and ventures. To attract and retain the best talent in the market, DCORP practices competitive compensation for their efforts and periodic retainment bonuses in Ether.
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A smart-contract business idea is described and discussed on the forum
Once sufficient support is raised to fund the realization of an idea, a proposal is submited
stakeholders vote about the submitted proposal within a timeframe of seven days
If the proposal was approved, a fund contract is automatically deployed on the blockchain
A manager is assigned to the project, funds and code are released periodically
The smart-contract product is released and profit is distributed as recorded in the contact
The stakeholders are the collective owners of DCORP. Anyone who owns one or more DCORP tokens is considered a stakeholder (see also the section Stakeholders and token acquisition).
The board of directors (B of D) is a group of seven elected individuals who represent the shareholders by making governance decision through a voting process (see also governance proposals B of D) and performing management tasks.