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Space Nation DAO

Through a well-designed tokenomics system, all stakeholders - including developers, token holders, players, and equity owners - can theoretically align their interests in a way that was previously unimaginable in the era of Web2 games. This presents an opportunity for stakeholders to collaborate and create a better game project than ever before with a superior design in terms of cooperative organization.

Our aim is to utilize the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) to achieve phase-by-phase community governance on Space Nation Games. Eventually, the DAO can make decisions on various aspects of the project and lead the games to a level we never could have dreamed of.

The Space Nation DAO is now planned to be officially established on the 3rd month after the commercial launch of the game. The DAO will begin operating with very limited power, together with a small Guardian system. The Guardians are carefully selected from the Dev team, top-tier gamers, and big OIK token holders. The Guardian group makes proposals to the DAO, which then decides whether to approve their execution.

The Guardian group starts with a small size of 3 members from each category. As we release new game versions and content, launch expansions, and as the community grows, we will gradually increase the number of seats for Guardians, while the Dev team seats remain fixed at 3. This approach will give the community real governance over the game over time, which may take years, and the Guardians will always be those who contribute the most to the game or to the OIK ecosystem, those who know the game best and who only seek its long-term success.

In the meantime, the power granted to the Space Nation DAO will continually expand as we release more game content and the community grows and matures. We hope that we can rely on the DAO to make the majority of the decisions for Space Nation Games in 5 years after the game is launched. This includes, but is not limited to, the development of DAO policies, the use of funds in the DAO treasury, the plan and release of in-game events/features/content, new subsidiary games, marketing and community activities, and 3rd-party partnerships.