Academic research and discussion relating to Dash and DAO blockchains ⛓

JOL

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Dear @Whysmh4dash ,

Dash being the first DAO, it pays the price of the problems facing the hard reality.

From an economic financing system to create added value, it ended up in the crossroads of all governance, like the government, where taxes no longer serve those who pay them but those who use the budget.

From an open Dash community it has become a closed Dash budget community to capture funds to live on the budget.
I wonder what could be done to return to the original intended use. Evan and the community did not anticipate the arrival of professional politicians.

And those who work to produce value, do not have time to make videos or twitts all daylong.

Maybe removing the budget and letting the MNOs spend their own money would be a more economically efficient model?

thank you,
 

Whysmh4dash

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May 8, 2017
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An interesting idea! I guess the current structure Dash has as a DAO allows for a choice to be made by the network, coming with politicking (public/private) via Dash funded proposal process. Proposals carry a fee to the network for their request to be validated through MNO approval. I assume the incentive to be a positive entity within the Dash Community starts here. Communications becomes critical for maintaining positive optics I would assume at this point for any Dash funded requesting entity. Avoiding conflicts can be considered strategically appropriate however as the treasury is limited competing for MNO approval becomes likely more organised. Compromises are made through votes and decisions are made through motivated engagement plus consensus. Personally I think we are in the balance of interests between public facing and private development entity, DCG has done well to grow this. A careful balance influences the Decentralised nature of Dash I suspect and with growth comes sometimes the pain of learning things via experience or failed strategy. Both experience and strategic decision making requires consideration and alignment with the values of the Dash Network. I see this as dynamic and fraught with challenges over time however opportunities will emerge eventually to explore these alternative concepts.

Cheers for your reply @JOL
 

cecilia Williams

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