Thank so much for getting this proposal in @sour_icky. I think that having a weekly blog post about the marmaj DAO finances published on the marmaj.org/blog would be a great idea.
@bianca will probably have some comments here, but I feel like it might just be most efficient to have you added as an author on the website and so you can just upload the info straight to the website. Bianca could then just format the info and send it live.
Each published blog post could then come with a 10 $marmaj token bounty paid out through the marmaj DAO?
the reports have been great so far. It has been helpful to get a high level overview of what is happening with the tokens each week.
Trying to get this info turned into more community facing content as we move forward and I think looking more into the blog idea is a good one. I know @bianca can help with actually getting the info up, but it would be awesome to get more subjective info added to the report maybe.
We will be getting a “token page” up onto the marmaj.org website, and this should help direct users to the DAO Treasury page. The DAO treasury page is where we hope to have info about how much funding is in the treasury, what the funding has been used for over the past month (where you come in), and how community member can access DAO funding for their projects.
When it comes to answering “how much funding the DAO has” and “wha funds have been spent on” the main issue is that info can be in many places.
Each token provides its own dashboard for the tokens that have been transferred to or from the DAO. There is even an explorer link attached to each FT transfer so the community can dig into each transaction. For that reason, a monthly report can focus more on explaining where funds were dispersed at a high level.
For example, For the month of March, most funds were distributed for:
For the end of March, it would be awesome to have the report feature the short story event and the funding of the Discord server for Crypto Heroes. For April, we are planning to add some NFT Gallery collection from https://create.3xr.space/.