8. Blacklist management

How to add or remove the wallet addresses to the blacklist

Utilize the blacklist feature to limit or restore voting capabilities associated with specific addresses within the DAO. Addresses may be added or removed from the blacklist through the standard proposal process, following the prompts provided by the interface.

This feature may be utilized in instances where a member consistently violates community rules or disrupts DAO activities, potentially resulting in the revocation of their ability to vote or create proposals.

2. Select the proposal creation method

Select if you'll create this proposal directly with your tokens, or use metagovernance delegation.

3. Basic proposal info

Provide a clear title and comprehensive description so members understand what's being proposed. Review and click "Vote & Create Proposal" to launch the proposal and self-vote.

4. Create a proposal

Specify the number of tokens you want to use and confirm the transactions.

Click "Create" to launch the proposal, sign the transaction in your wallet and self-vote.

Once live, participate in discussions around your voting changes proposal. If the quorum is reached, the new parameters will go into effect after execution.

Use this template whenever you want to manage the blacklist of your DAO.

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