Recently Vitalik posted a great article how decentralized projects should move with the governance voting.
It summarises the challenges of current voting systems (that could be attacked by a hacker, for example)
Imo it is a great read and give some ideas to think about
- should governance/voting system encourage voters/participation?
- how to ensure that voting is done for the long term development/success of the protocol?
- how to make sure that it is difficult to attack/manipulate mechanics
A lot of projects are still develop their systems, but it takes me days and days to dive and understand all of different protocols, perhaps easiness of the system is also a great value for the protocol.
The idea of dropium, for example, is very simple but powerful and it is already used by other projects.
There is a lot of game theory that was not utilised last 50 years because there were no “trust agent”. Blockchain is a trust agent, everything works as it programmed, so I see a lot of ponential here I believe.
Any thoughts are appreciated.