This update aims to address many questions that have been raised in the forum and provide a consolidated update from the Aragon Association (AA). I apologize for any confusion resulting from our high-level communications regarding the Aragon DAO and acknowledge that we should have provided further details and updates sooner. Doing so would have helped clear up many of the questions raised in the past weeks and ensured that all stakeholders had the necessary context.
Please refer to the linked forum posts below, which elaborate on the following topics:
In January 2023, the General Assembly of the Aragon Association approved a plan to transfer the treasury to the Aragon DAO in a series of phases. Each phase outlines security criteria that must be met before proceeding with further transfers of the treasury. In this post, we provide a more detailed breakdown of the phases and the current status of the transition.
We have revised and updated a comprehensive post that provides an overview of the technical and legal structure of the Aragon DAO. It includes step-by-step instructions on the governance process and how to participate. This post will be pinned at the top of the Forum and linked in the Aragon DAO interface for ease of reference.
The AA has recently made decisions to consolidate its treasury funds. These transactions are ongoing and can be tracked onchain. The AA is committed to safely and transparently continue transferring funds, and we will provide updates accordingly.
As explained in the Transfer Phases post, the AA is currently evaluating the options and next steps in constantly evolving regulatory and market conditions before continuing with treasury transfers. The feasibility of those options is being considered, and we expect to have clarity by next month.
All token holders are welcome to continue participating in the governance process of the Aragon DAO, in accordance with the current active structure and onchain rules.