We are trying to setup a RegDAO (regulated DAO), in the form of a registered german Coop and try to mimic it’s legal settings inside of a 1hive garden as primary tool for operations and treasury management.
Our currently struggle ist that, a german coop requires by its “covenant” contract, that each member can not have more than max 3 votes for any “decision vote” that requires a defined majority. Also new members who want to be allowed for future decision votes need to be accepted one by one individually and need to pay an entry fee to gain access to the dao.
We would love to use conviction voting for most of the day to day decisions as a “layer 2 member and community governance” and only use “hard layer 1 decision voting” for legally required changes to the covenant, choosing a board of directors (legal representives), accepting new members or annual accounts and their distribution of yearly proceeds.
Our question, would it be possible (if yes, with what effort) to add a one member one vote functionally for each decision vote and keep the token weighted voting for all other conviction voting processes?