Operator Responsibilities

Operator Responsibilities Include:

  • Set standards for acceptable behavior and address unacceptable behavior appropriately.

  • Act as project maintainers, revising and implementing proposals on behalf of the DAO.

  • Remove, edit, or reject contributions not aligned with the Code of Conduct.

  • Ban contributors for inappropriate, threatening, offensive, or harmful behavior.

  • Provide constructive feedback on proposals with well-researched arguments.

  • Make unbiased reviews of proposals before voting.

  • Avoid conflicts of interest and disclose any potential conflicts.

  • Prohibited from voting on their own proposals or candidacy.

Operators can be aligned to any of the following domain functions which are necessary to run blockchain-based software development DAO:

Product & Technical:

  • Design: Create user-friendly designs for blockchain applications.

  • Product Management: Prioritize features and maintain roadmaps.

  • Software Development: Develop high-quality and secure software solutions.

  • Front-end Developer: Implement engaging user interfaces.

  • Back-end Developer: Build server-side logic and APIs.

  • DevOps Developer: Maintain deployment infrastructure and automation.

  • Smart Contract Developer: Design, develop, and deploy smart contracts.

  • Security Auditor: Conduct security audits and recommend mitigation measures.


  • Business Strategy: Develop and execute strategic plans.

  • Marketing (PR, Growth, Socials, Content): Drive marketing strategies.

  • Business Operations: Manage day-to-day operations and optimize processes.

  • Business Development: Pursue partnerships and opportunities for growth.

  • Community Management: Ensure customer satisfaction through effective community management.

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