To understand how this system will work, it’s important to first understand what a DAO is. A DAO is a decentralized autonomous organization, allowing the members (validated by ownership of a token or NFT) to participate in the governance of the organization. A DAO can serve any purpose, and it is best to think of it as a company and the DAO members represent the shareholders/board of directors. Not to be confused with a formal company, rather, a DAO is useful in any scenario where decisions are best made by the stakeholders. DAO smart contracts are written in such a way that the contract must enforce the decisions made by the holders voting. This virtually eliminates human error from the equation. The Burn token will act as a governance token that will allow holders to vote on how the burn treasury wallet should be distributed. Token holders will have the ability to vote their owned tokens in a DAO that will allow the holders to determine the buyback and burns that will be represented in every project. In addition, DAO users holding a minimum number of tokens will have the ability to vote and submit proposals on the tokens that will be subject to vote each month. Each burn token represents a vote in the DAO.