Positioning itself as the “first blockchain tool aimed at helping to create and manage companies around the world,” the Aragon project is now available on the main Ethereum network.
Version Aragon 0.6 was named Alba, and as they say in the project's blog, it marks a “new era of human interaction”.
The proposed solution allows users to create decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO) for their communities or enterprises with the possibility of voting. Aragon 0.6 also allows you to use your own tokens for solving management tasks.
The developers of Aragon do not recommend using Alba for storing large amounts, as the team is working on finding and fixing vulnerabilities.
Representatives of the project also note that since the launch of the Aragon network, more than 15,000 organizations have been created - more than new enterprises are created annually in Austria, Malta and Luxembourg combined.
In May 2017, Aragon spent a super fast ICO, in just 15 minutes, collecting the planned 275,000 ETH (about $25M at the time).