yes, you 100% can! Using a fundraising template is way better than most of the personal token implementations
- the token will always have liquidity
- the issuer cannot arbitrarily mint tokens or crash the liquidity pool (if parameterized correctly)
there are some major issues though
- parameterizing the DAO requires careful thought and deep knowledge on the mechanism
- the barriers to setting these up are high for those without a deep understanding of the components
- the batching feature makes the UX far from smooth as do the number of transactions required to interact with the app
- the template its self is not optimised for personal DAOs
However, there are a bunch of developments in the Aragon ecosystem that can be put together to make a compelling pattern for personal tokens
1Hive have forked the Aragon Fundraising suite rebranding it as Marketplace. Marketplace accurately describes the main function, as fundraising is just a short initialisation period. but aside from a better name, Marketplace will also remove batching.
Conviction voting has some interesting properties that I think will work well in the context of personal token DAOs. if your not familiar with the concept of conviction voting this article by Giveth is a great intro and the 1Hive implementation is here
The largest barrier is the UX from the community/buyers perspective. The Aragon Client is essentially a management console for the DAO. Presenting this to your user is challenging, Plumbery is going to change all that allowing you to design a custom front end to your DAO. essentially you can build a web interface designed around the personal DAO/community experience. you abstract away all the scary crypto stuff (bonding curves, conviction etc) behind an intuitive interface and include on/off boarding with sendwyre.
if you guys @mars @Mouyou want to make that actually happen, I would be more than willing to help