1. What is a DAO?

A DAO, or Decentralized Autonomous Organization, is an organization represented by rules encoded as a computer program that is transparent, controlled by the organization members and not influenced by a central government.

2. Who can participate in the DAO?

Anyone who holds or member in the loyalty program with our token can participate in the DAO. The level of participation may vary depending on whether you are a holder or a staker.

3. What is the difference between a member of loyalty program and a holder?

A member in the loaylty program is a holder who actively participates by locking up their tokens for a specific period to help secure the network or make decisions. On the other hand, a holder is a token owner who may not necessarily participate in the program.

4. What is the role of the committee in the DAO?

The committee is a select group within the DAO tasked with presenting proposals for votes. They are involved in the research, formulation, and presentation of issues that holders or stakers vote on.

5. How are decisions made in the DAO?

Decisions are made through a voting process. Each holder gets to vote on proposals presented by the committee. The weight of your vote depends on the number of tokens you hold.

6. How can I vote in the DAO?

As a member of the loaylty program or a holder, you can vote by casting your ballot through our DAO's interface during the voting period for each proposal. Details of how and when to vote will be communicated.

7. How can I become a member of the loaylty program?

To take part of the loaylty program, you will need to lock up a specific amount of tokens for a set period. The procedure for doing this will be provided on our platform.

8. What are the benefits of being in the loaylty program?

Loaylty program will enjoy several benefits such as increased voting power, rewards for securing the network, and possibly a greater influence on the DAO's direction.

9. Can I lose my tokens in the loaylty program?

While the specifics depend on the DAO's design and smart contract functionality, typically, you do not lose tokens simply by taking part of the program. Unless there is a penalty mechanism for malicious actions or non-participation in key votes. Always read the program rules before participating.

10. Can I withdraw my tokens from the loaylty program?

Yes, you can withdraw your tokens after a specified locking period. However, withdrawing before this period ends may incur penalties.

11. How does the DAO ensure transparency?

The DAO operates on blockchain technology, ensuring that every transaction and decision-making process is recorded on a public ledger, making the operations transparent.

12. How secure is the DAO?

DAOs are built on the blockchain, known for its strong security measures. However, like any other online platform, it's crucial to remain vigilant against possible attacks and vulnerabilities.

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