There needs to be some sort of time commitment by the masternodes that voted YES to the spending proposal or they can easily change thier vote within 2.5 minutes after all is said and done. If I was a developer with DASH payouts as my only source of income, I would need the security of knowing that I am at least getting payments of those who initially voted "YES" for the yearly, spending proposal.I like the way Solarminer presented it much better. Time scales in months or years are useless, you might as well go join the Bitcoiners.
This concept would give the Masternode OPs The Power Of The Purse just like congress. Either we vote to spend on the DASH government(spending proposal) or save money into an escrow for next year's spending proposal. Saving is beneficial in multiple ways, it decreases supply and also acts as a nest egg for large-scale projects if the need arises.
Also, since only one spending proposal can be elected via votes per year, the submitter would pretty much be the point of contact as to how things are running (if they're not anonymous). He/she would most likely be the representative/face of the DASH governance for that years time. I, as a MNO, am not going to be reading about every project in the proposal but will depend heavily on the reputation of the submitter(s) of the spending proposal(i.e. Evan Duffield).
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