The DXdao has been talking about having its own Manifesto for quite a while now.
We started with a list of core beliefs of the DXdao, gathered from DXdao community members. Next, we created a written Manifesto v1.
Following that @Powers added a brief history of DXdao and some operational details, and we now have Manifesto v2.2
We have now discussed the Manifesto on multiple #governance calls and also the main DXdao call.
If you have any feedback, concerns or edits, please raise them here now.
In the next week, we will be moving to an Alchemy proposal to ratify the DXdao Manifesto which will then solidify it, and allow us to include it on our DXdao.eth site.
Yeah, we probably shouldn’t use that term.
Originally it was " Decentralized and slow is better than centralized and fast"
Then a suggested change was “Decentralized liquid slow democracy is better than delegative and fast democracy ? Actually I wont even call it slow, just liquid against delegative”
I agree it would be good to have outdated posts cleaned up. But most of them I believe are made by independent entities, so the best we can do is make requests to those entities or individuals to remove their outdated posts.
I wonder can $DXD ever become Yield farming governance token, that everybody will be talking about ?
What we must start doing now to achieve it
separate team by projects
more power and use cases for DXD (vote, all transparent revenue to dxd, farming)
hire new talent people as as soon as possible
PUSH Omen MUCH HARDER as this is our only golden ticket today
Interaction and integration with top crypto projects
What we start doing now to not achieve it
Adding more unclarity on top of mess
Giving people too many responsibilities
Not supporting community
This Manifesto is for few top rep holders. You will not attract army of supporters and huge investors with such views. If you see that there is no feedback maybe need to change something in the core completely ?