Proposal Process

How to submit your proposal

1) Come up with an idea!

Got an idea? Great!

Ask members of the Rarible community about your idea, and see what they think. You don’t need a polished proposal at this stage! There is a #proposal-ideas channel in Discord which is a good place to get feedback.

It’s also a really good idea to show up to our community calls to share your proposal with the community! Every Thursday, 10am PST using this link: (or add to your google calendar here ).

2) Create your proposal

Before you post in the forum, make sure you create a draft proposal to get feedback from some community members. A template can be found here: Proposal Template . Please try to minimize formatting so that it can paste nicely in Snapshot!

Once you’ve gotten it reviewed, feel free to post in the Proposal category.

3) Get feedback from the team and community

If the idea is feasible, and we see there is interest from the community, the proposal will pass to snapshot. Below are some requirements before it achieves this milestone:

  • The proposal should be technically feasible
  • The proposal should have been on the forum for a minimum of 1 day (ideally, at least a week to get discussions going)
  • The proposal should follow all of the recommendations in the Proposal Template
  • There should be no major concerns from the Rarible team

NOTE: Small proposals (<10K) may go through a less rigorous review process and move to Snapshot without public review.

4) The proposal is posted in Snapshot

Proposals will be posted in Snapshot by a Rarible team member (see link here)

  • The proposal will be posted for 5 days
  • The proposal will have Vote FOR and Vote AGAINST options
  • The proposal will include the copy from the forum post, as well as a link to the original forum post

Proposals that do not meet these criteria will not be implemented by the multisig.

5) Vote

The community votes in Snapshot. Feel free to share the proposal to get support for your proposal!

6) Execution

If the proposal passes (votes FOR > votes AGAINST), steps are taken to execute the proposal via the Rarible DAO multisig.