By Wulf A. Kaal, Professor of Law, University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minneapolis, USA, email@example.com
Most of the applications and uses of digital assets are improved and expanded with well-functioning and well-governed DAOs. The monograph evaluates the technical and internal governance solutions promulgated by DAO projects. Particular emphasis is placed on the duality of feedback effects between internal DOA governance and external DAO legal designs.
Decentralized Autonomous Organizations – Internal Governance and External Legal Design examines the existing attempts to establish decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) concepts and legal frameworks. The author evaluates the technical solutions and internal governance solutions promulgated by DAO projects. Particular emphasis is placed on the duality and feedback effects between internal DAO governance and external legal design. The monograph concludes with an examination of legal DAO frameworks and their existing limitations and potential for future development.