Delegate Commitments [OLD]

Name: Organized Chaos
Address or ENS: 0xef0905745ce28eBe1deD7004146132fBfba548bA
Discord username: Organized Chaos#2203
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I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Read and understood.
I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: I do.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: My purpose as a delegate is to act as a handbrake. After more than 7 years in the crypto industry, it is still far too rosy. I am currently working as an emerging technologies policy lawyer in a European member state ministry and also a national representative to the European Blockchain Partnership of the European Commission. My goals are long term, and my attitude is risk averse. Do not expect positive feedbacks on proposals, do not expect cheering comments. The end goal is a self-sustaining ecosystem where projects and people can grow qualitatively and quantitatively. I am your grumpy, in the end right, grandpa. The ''always stay OPtimistic" is absolutely not my ethos.

I share the ethos of Ray Dalio: β€œIf you are not worrying, you should be worried”

My view on the Optimistic Vision : way too OPtimistic. Why using a hyped term like Web3 in the first sentence? What is web3 and to whoes benefit is the term Web3?

However, working in politics for a long time I have learned β€˜visions’ are important. They set the mark on the horizon. It functions as a magnet for people willing to build and gain knowledge and resources. I do like terms as ’ digital democratic governance’ and profitable public goods. It almost sound political. Which makes me doubt at the same time. Who set these goals? In what way OP wants to accomplish this? At the cost of what? Within what timeframe? Many questions that need to be addressed before an ecosystem can actually be called an ecosystem

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: The articles are well-formulated. There is a train of thought behind them and the aim is cooperation and joint advocacy. The latter is very important. Almost everyone wants to be part of the ecosystem for personal gain. The question is how to use game theory so that everyone can achieve personal gain, but at the same time, the ecosystem can flourish. What we have seen in recent years is that when things go downhill, many of the ecosystem participants disappear. This is not crazy, this is human. It is therefore important to build in the right incentives so that the ecosystem as a whole, but also the individual participant, can flourish.

These articles seem like a good first step, but again there are many loose ends that need to be answered in the long run.

My (Web3) interests: DAOs, DeFi, Economics, Governance, Identity, Legal, Oracles, Social impact, Government.

Languages I speak and write: Fluent/Native: Dutch, German, Turkish, English.

My skills and areas of expertise: Legal, Government, Risk Management Emerging Technologies

My favorite Web3 projects: GRO dao, Redacted Cartel, Concordium