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Proposal Types

Members can make a number of different proposals including:

  • DAO Token Swap - Tributing capital and Requesting new shares to join the DAO
  • ERC-20 Token Transfer - Requesting funds from the DAO to work on internal projects and improvements
  • Remove Member - Request to forcibly remove a malicious member through a vote
  • Multicall Proposal Builder - Allows execution of arbitrary calls i.e swapping assets in War Chest
  • Update Governance Settings - Change DAO settings (voting period, quorum, etc)
  • Add Shaman - Grant DAO permissions to an external contract

Proposal Process

To submit a proposal, navigate to the Raid Guild DAO and select "Proposals" followed by "New Proposal".

Select the Proposal Type (described above) and fill in all fields. Here are some of the things you’ll want to keep in mind when filling out a proposal.

  • TITLE: Enter a description of the proposal. Example: New Member - Igor Bogdanoff
  • DESCRIPTION: Anything you believe is relevant to your proposal. The shorter the description the better, and the important piece here is the WHAT you are asking for and WHY.
  • LINK: Whatever information gives us the best context to review your proposal and make an informed decision.
  • APPLICANT With respect to funding proposals, this is the recipient or sender address you would like to have funds sent to or from.
  • PAYMENT REQUESTED: The number of Shares requested. Every Raid Guild Share is equal to 5 wxDAI. New membership proposals may request a maximum of 100 shares for a total of 500 wxDAI.
  • +REQUEST SHARES: Voting shares in the DAO. If it is a funding proposal, Members can request payment be made in shares up to 20% of the total amount requested.
  • +REQUEST LOOT: Non-voting shares in the DAO. This means you will have shares which can be raqequit but do not hold voting rights. Loot shares cost the same as regular shares at 5 wxDAI/share.
  • GIVE TRIBUTE: The amount of capital you are committing to deposit to the War Chest. (Tribute is relevant to Membership and Funding Proposals).

After submitting a proposal, it will enter the Unsponsored Proposals section. This means someone with shares (which could be you) must Champion the proposal in order for it to be moved to voting.

Note: You can sponsor your own Proposal, but it is recommended that you have another member sponsor it so they can make sure you have filled out the proposal with the correct information and you get the result you intended for.


Once the proposal has been sponsored it will enter the Queue. The queue ensures proposals are funneled to voting in an orderly fashion. One proposal will go from the queue to the Voting Period once every two hours.

Once in the Voting Period, members can now vote on the proposal. Every proposal has a 72 hour voting period in which it must receive more Yes than No votes to pass.

After voting has ended, the proposal enters a Grace Period which gives members time to ragequit if they do not like the outcome of the vote. The grace period lasts 48 hours.

Next, The proposal is sent to Processing in which the vote is time stamped on-chain.

After being processed, the proposal is marked as Completed, and all shares, funds or outcomes are executed as specified in the proposal. All outcomes of a proposal that affect you can be viewed by clicking your Address (top right) and selecting View Member Profile.

Contract Addresses

NamexDAI AddressMainnet Address (deprecated)
ENS Subdomain RegistrarTBD0x5Cb634C351A03FF2BfB59C73dB8B429FFdFBbB62
ETH RegistryTBD0x57f1887a8bf19b14fc0df6fd9b2acc9af147ea85
NFT CertificatesTBD0x7b408ad9019c20c5a1222Bf7f7e58A6Fa00A086a
NFT BadgesTBD0xAA65E7c8BBf3F2C6d2d8634Fc830F050a55BBbF9
NFT Sale Trading CardsTBD0x3480a5E2E8A381F200F2e547f5aE6c3042e67449
Public ResolverTBD0xDaaF96c344f63131acadD0Ea35170E7892d3dfBA