Creating proposals for the Aggregated Finance DAO is a very simple process. It all starts with GitHub, where all the proposal discussion needs to happen: GitHub - aggregatedfinance/agfi-dao: Aggregated Finance DAO Proposal ManagementAggregated Finance DAO Proposal Management. Contribute to aggregatedfinance/agfi-dao development by creating an account on GitHub.GitHubaggregatedfinance
To be able to vote in the AGFI DAO as an AGFI token holder, you simply need to do one thing: Delegate your votes. It's crucial you do this before proposals are started, otherwise you will not be able to vote in them. To do this, open the Aggregated Finance
As part of the migration to AGFI V3, which we discuss in detail here, a percentage of the token supply was burned after the airdrops to all holders to bring it back towards the supply levels of the AGFI V1 circulating supply. There however remains a portion that has not
Aggregated Finance has officially migrated to a Version 3 token contract, and with this migration the project has replaced its foundations to better enable growth for the long-term. Before we dig into all of the amazing new features within V3, lets look at why this was necessary. The problems with
Today marks a momentous day for the Aggregated Finance (AGFI) project - today is the day the project moves to true decentralization! AGFI was originally launched as a "fair launch" - a token launch where there was no presale or no team allocations, just a pure distribution of the entire
A critical look into Decentralized Finance 3.0 and how Aggregated Finance is preparing for impending crypto regulations.