The DAO recognizes that heavy decentralization generally goes hand-in-hand with slow decision making. To this end, the DAO has implemented a two-tier voting system: on-chain and off-chain votes. The types of decisions made in each, loosely, correspond to the scale of perceived economic impact. On-chain votes are slower and change macroscale parameters that impact token emissions, valuations, or governance rights. Off-chain votes are fast and change microscale parameters. This two-tier system gives the robust benefits of true on-chain voting for major decisions and retains speed for more minor decisions, while always involving the community.