#Build your own DAO
Nouns builder allows anyone to easily deploy a DAO in minutes. Inspired by NounsDAO, Nouns builder uses a factory contract called the Manager to create custom Nouns-styled DAOs.
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#Why Nouns styled DAOs are interesting
Distribution Mechanism:Creating an NFT at a consistent interval allows the community to form at a healthy rate rather than distributing governance via an airdrop.
Composable and Upgradable:All contracts are individually upgradable meaning the DAO is not a static thing, but rather something that is meant to evolve over time.
Perpetual Funding:The DAO creates sustainable funding by consistently issuing new NFTs over time.
Definitions for the key contracts that make up Builder.
Manager:In charge of deploying custom DAOs
Token:ERC-721 NFT contract which has its minting controlled by the Auction contract
Metadata Renderer:On-chain metadata renderer for the NFTs
Auction:Mints new NFTs and auctions them off
Treasury:Stores DAO funds and executes transactions based on governance
Governance:Holds logic for creating and voting on proposals
The important settings that can be configured when first creating a DAO and later updated by Governance.
DAO Metadata: Name, Description, Image, [Website]
Auction Duration:How often a new NFT is created and put up for auction
Auction Reserve Price:Min bid required to start an auction
Proposal Threshold:Min BPS of total votes (NFTs) needed to put a proposal to a vote. For example, if the Proposal Threshold is set to 100 BPS and there are 500 total NFTs minted then 5 NFTs need to approve the proposal for it to be put to a vote.
Quorum Threshold:Min BPS of total For votes (NFTs) required for a proposal to pass
Veto Power:Optional choice for founders to be able to veto proposals
NFT Image Properties:Image components used for creating the NFTs
Founders and Allocations:Set multiple founders with different allocations
Note, veto power is encouraged due to the small number of votes (NFTs) at the beginning of a DAO. The veto can later before removed by the founders once the NFTs have become sufficiently decentralized.