What can a state what a DAO can't do?

if the water infrastructure and electricity infrastructure etc. is owned by the people who use it and pay for it. so for example a person pays 100$ to a company which provides electricity. 10% goes to the electricity infrastructure dao where all electricity companies are connected to and 90% to the company. the user pays 90$ to the company and gets 45$ in company governance tokens back and pays 10$ to the infrastructure dao and gets 5$ in infrastructure governance tokens back. the companies gets the same. so its mining governance tokens.

internation laws can be open sourced like wikipedia for law and daos can choose the laws they want to commit to.

courts can be decentralized and apply this laws

police can be a dao also

what can a state do what a dao can’t?

prison can be a dao

having political voting and government funds on the blockchain

I would like the future to include an “anti-military” dao that detects and stops attempts to forcefully take control of land, roads, waterways, etc., and keeps track of weapons stocks (and aggressively destroys excess weapons) and ensures that they can only be used for anti-military purposes.

Once we’ve proven we don’t need nations for money, identity, and protection, we can finally slough off these vestiges of the empire era.

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how do you become a member of this DAO? Who is governing the DAO?

BrightID. One Person one Vote.

everyone can upload evidence. same with environmental pollution. the users will connect the dots together. who did what. who sold to whom. who profit from it etc. This will be a global news dao.

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