A platform for optimistic DAO governance, in which we assume actors are acting rationally and with good intentions, until proven otherwise.
Aragon Govern is a platform for frictionless DAO governance with on-chain execution and plug-in dispute resolution. It builds on the "Optimistic" concept, in which we assume actors are acting rationally and with good intentions, until proven otherwise.
Actors with permissions in the DAO can submit actions, which can get executed after a defined time window. These actions can also be vetoed by an actor, mechanism or oracle with the corresponding permissions as long as they haven't been executed. The vetoing actor can be, for example, a multisignature (multisig) wallet or a dispute resolution protocol such as Aragon Court.
By using a subjective oracle, such as Aragon Court, as a vetoing mechanism for Aragon Govern the rules to which actors are subjected to can be defined through the DAO's agreement, which is part of its configuration from the start. This gives all actors a clear set of rules to which they must abide to engage with the organisation and avoid losing collateral.
Aragon Govern is based on the ERC-3000, the optimistic governance standard for binding off-chain voting, with on-chain execution, developed by Aragon and Balancer.