Get into the mind of a creator of the EOS Constitution.
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I sit with Thomas Cox and Talk EOS Governance
What did it feel like being the man who put the pen to paper?
What kind of thoughts did you have?
What are negative rights? “Via negativa” Addition by subtraction
Why a constitution?
Where does this fit between ETH (code is law) and our current government?
Arbitration - How does it work? What are the mechanisms?
What are the disincentives?
Can you talk about reputation models for EOS?
How is voting weighted?
How to incentivize participation? What are the social norms and drivers?
Bitfinex made a public announcement they will run as a BP
What are your thoughts on big exchanges or Dapps being BPs?
Why vote buying doesn’t make sense mathematically.
What about big exchanges incentivizing their clients to proxy their vote?
What if Bitfinex offers lower transaction fees to proxy your vote with them?
Vote buying is not ok. What if BPs spend millions of dollars on advertising for themselves.
It seems the app or devs who build out the “voting interface” will wield enormous power. The interface that presents the voting options may be able to sway votes in very nuanced ways. What are your thoughts on this?
This is a huge cultural experiment. As you’ve built the constitution and attempted to honor a middle ground across the world, what was one of the most interesting sticking points?
How does this experiment look a year from now?
And all kinds of philosophical gems in between.
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