There are a number of blockchain projects affirming they have a system of on-chain governance that works. But is that true?
Tezos has activated its first ever on-chain upgrade initiated entirely by Tezos bakers during a three months period of both voting and code testing.
For the past three months, users of the Tezos blockchain have been voting on a set of two upgrade proposals. Now, the Tezos blockchain is set to activate its first official system-wide upgrade having completed three separate rounds of voting.
Blockchains offer potential solutions to deep-seated problems in society, but their own governance issues need to be solved first, writes Pindar Wong.
Controversy surrounding Reddit moderation in the ethereum community has led to mods resigning and new practices being codified on the forum.
Aragon token holders have shot down a proposal to diversify project funds to support blockchain interoperability project Polkadot.
Rating agency Moody’s has warned of several risks of private, centralized blockchains in a report examining the tech’s pros and cons.
MakerDAO token holders have voted again to increase issuance fees on dollar-backed stablecoin DAI.
Aragon is getting ready to vote on two contentious governance proposals. One encourages expanding operations outside of the ethereum network to include blockchain interoperability platform Polkadot. The other does not. Which proposal will Aragon token holders favor?
CoinDesk looks at the appeal of the RadicalxChange movement and its dream of “reinventing institutions to fix problems” such as inequality.