"Token Voting" TAG

Assessing cooperative structures’ suitability for cryptonetworks
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In a recent article, Jesse Walden, founder of Variant Fund, and Connor Spelliscy, Co-Founder of the Blockchain Association, argue that cryptonetworks and projects, with executive teams domiciled in the US, could circumvent the legal issues with their networks’ cryptoassets being classified as securities by structuring their projects and token economies along the lines of traditional...
Distributed Governance: Beyond Token-based Voting
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Overview Early blockchains’ project and protocol governance was (and continues to be) done off-chain, through systems like Bitcoin’s BIP Proposals or Monero’s Forum Funding System, where proposed protocol changes get discussed and development funded. Forks, hard and soft, were the primary vehicle for implementing protocol changes, considered by industry observers as key governance mechanisms, giving...