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EOSweekly: Bylaws, ZEOS, Scalability+, Fractal Democracy, EOS Support
Daniel Larimer on Fractal Democracy
Dan asked the question:
… If public goods generally require government subsidies how will the market profitably produce real decentralization ? …
It coincides with his article, What is Fractal Democracy? Voting was paid special attention. Here’s he differentiates between traditional voting processes and what occurs in a fractal:
Typical voting processes have a pre-defined ballot which limits the choice of the people. Using fractal voting there is no need for a pre-defined ballot and all members of a fractal democracy have equal opportunity to be heard.
A government for and by the people was the product of soldiers, warriors and survivalists who initially sought representation. The idea that everyone in the world would have at their fingertips a supercomputer (by 1969 standards) to allow for a fully distributed voting process was unthinkable. In fractally, the base goal is to institute meaningful voting. After all, why cast a vote if one’s presence at a Party’s party will better further one’s political agenda.
Yves and a bit from the ENF
It’s hard to separate Yves from the ENF. This week, Big Beard Samurai seems to be on fire. He commented about:
Gaming and crypto
ENF COO Ted Cahall
Scalability+ Blue Paper
Horizon bridge hack
There’s more from BBS on their twitter. The ENF also had something to chime in on the Yield+ portal preview (actually, quite a big deal is the Yield+ release) and the impact Object Computing has had on EOS development.
EOS Support Giveaways, Meetups and More
Every week EOS Support delivers for the community. The team and its agents are a community asset in more ways than one. Giveaways have been held on Thursdays:
Win up to 50 $EOS and learn all about EOS
Meetups are gaining momentum. Check out the "Get EOS Blockchain Technology" meetup. In that spirit, MyvoteEOS went on a journey to promote EOS. What a way to reach out! EOS Support is a dedicated community with EOS experts. It’s also a network serving to uplift the community. Whether you're looking for onboarding for yourself or a friend, or more complex applications, EOS Support is the place to start your journey. Take a look at its step-by-step guides like how to create a multisig.
EOS is fast. It’s lightning in a bottle compared to most other blockchains. So what’s the need to get faster? It’s more about finality than base speed. If EOS can finalize transactions quicker, it enables developers to architect longer stung applications. With EOS EVM on the horizon, faster finality will go a long way in supporting new applications. Faster Finality also serves to make EOS more attractive to the Ethereum community of developers and greater ecosystem. This is important considering the negative press EOS has fielded over the past few years.
Eden Bylaws Amendment
Second term Chief Delegates have set their eyes on defining what it means to be Eden. In recent weeks, that took the form of declaring independence. Prior to that, at the beginning of their term, the group sought to pass bylaws. These bylaws were written by first term Chief Delegates. The founding group could not define Eden because they had a lot on their plate- like collecting and allocating the first funding distribution. Second term CDs have looked at and refocused attention on how best to move Eden forward. Thus, we have this week’s amended bylaws proposal for 3rd term CDs to consider. Among the highlighted topics in the video is for consistency. More specifically, a call for future CDs to not act contrary to existing bylaws. Members can find more information through the recaps channel.
Coalition+ Report and Imminent Brand Reveal
It’s been nice having the Coalition+ team keeping the community informed. Coalition+ is one of the fastest growing working groups. Hope for a prosperous future also comes in how this working group spans blockchains. Now with a bit of background, the imminent brand reveal makes more sense. Coalition+ has its sights on the sky. Yes, it’s a working group, but it’s one that’s running. Few continue to run past their young, athletic days (or ICO development phase). For those that do, some get to soar. Coalition+ has always had the runner's eye.
Around Eden on EOS
The 11th meeting of second term CDs was discussed above. Voting for the third term happens on July 9. Get ready for the next phase in Eden’s development. BPs, funding, and scope are all hot topics. In other mainnet news, team Mandel met for the 20th time, Fireside Chat, Top 5 EOSIO Moments of the Week, and daily news by EOS Vision. Also previously mentioned, the EOS Support team hosts weekly trivia.
Sorry, I missed this past week’s Saturday meeting. Getting info second hand. Good thing for the recaps channel. What is fractally? It’s a way to achieve fair quick consensus. Fractally can support governance across platforms, industries and sectors. Join the discussion.
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