Delegate Commitments

Name: Llama

Address or ENS: 0x5B3bFfC0bcF8D4cAEC873fDcF719F60725767c98

Discord username: HelloShreyas :llama:#2656

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): https://twitter.com/llamacommunity_/status/1531413906362605571

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Llama builds economic infrastructure for DAOs. We have worked with some of the leading DAOs on on-chain governance and treasury allocations, including Aave, Uniswap, dYdX, Gitcoin, Radicle, PoolTogether, FWB, Harvest Finance, and Fei Protocol, among others. We would like to be a delegate for Optimism because we are excited about Optimism’s potential to expand crypto to a wide range of builders and users. As one of the most active participants in protocol governance, we hope to bring a similar level of rigor and expertise to the Optimism ecosystem as we have with other protocols.

My view on the Optimistic Vision 44: We think DAOs are a defining coordination mechanism and Optimism’s focus on funding public goods is critical. Over time, governance will become increasingly important to ensure that the Optimism Collective can grow and sustain the network.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: The Optimism network and DAO is in too early of a stage to be rigid about specific rules. A spirit of experimentation encapsulated in the working constitution is important to ensure that the network evolves with the evolving demands of the crypto and broader internet ecosystem. The working constitution will not stay in effect for longer than four years. Progressive decentralization from the foundation to the community makes sense as long as the foundation is fairly transparent and responsive to the changing needs of the community.

My Web3 interests: DAOs, DeFi, governance, economics, developer tools.

Languages I speak and write: Members of our community speak English, Hindi, Russian, French, Mandarin, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada, and probably a few more I’m missing!

My skills and areas of expertise: Our community consists of solidity engineers, DeFi strategists, data analysts, quants, and accountants. We have implemented on-chain proposals, constructed treasury strategies, designed liquidity incentive programs and on-chain indices, and built analytics dashboards and financial reports.

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Name: monetsupply

Address or ENS: monetsupply.eth (0x8d07D225a769b7Af3A923481E1FdF49180e6A265)

Discord username: monet_supply#4662

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | JGPJGV

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Confirmed

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Confirmed

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I want to help support partnerships between various defi protocols building on Optimism. Collaboration between top protocols (eg. Maker, Curve, Aave, Uniswap, etc) and the Optimism collective can help kickstart the liquidity necessary to support broad migration of activity from L1 to L2. I am a consistent voter within several projects and will be able to incorporate OP delegate responsibilities into my existing workflow.

My view on the Optimistic Vision: I think the vision is very ambitious (difficult to achieve) but also exciting and optimistic. Achieving these goals will require strong cultural alignment, community building, and governance oversight. I think building up liquidity and app utility on Optimism is the most important short term objective to fulfill the Optimistic vision.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution:

  1. Working constitution - I think it’s good to acknowledge that more experience is needed before ossifying Optimism’s governance framework. I particularly like the 4 year sunset clause, which should serve as a forcing function to adopt a long term constitution (similar to Ethereum’s difficulty bombs)
  2. OP citizens and OP holders are equal - I think the bicameral model (tokens + citizens) makes sense while Optimism is in early stages of development. But I think it will be very important to hold citizen governance to a high standard to avoid incentive misalignment (as the citizens have no direct cryptoeconomic stakes like OP holders). I’m still on the fence if this sort of “soulbound” governance is feasible in the long run but look forward to gaining more empirical evidence through Optimism governance.
  3. Optimism Foundation - As long as token holders have effective oversight/veto powers, off chain foundations can be a valuable asset for decentralized orgs. Over time I think the foundation should shift from a stewardship role to being a bridge between the collective and real world agreements/legal matters.

My Web3 interests: DeFi, Governance, Economics

Languages I speak and write: en

My skills and areas of expertise: Risk analysis, governance structure and participation

My favorite Web3 projects: MakerDAO, Tally, Unisocks

Name : olimpio

**Address or ENS: 0xF4B0556B9B6F53E00A1FDD2b0478Ce841991D8fA / olimpio.eth

Discord username : olimpio#3300

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): https://twitter.com/OlimpioCrypto/status/1531695015117864960

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes we read it and I understand.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes we understand.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I am a committed DeFi user with knowledge about Ethereum, L2s, and what they aim to solve. I also participate in a great deal of communities and can help spread the word, responsibly.

My view on the Optimistic Vision : I like all scaling solutions, including Optimism. They all share a common vision, a vision which I stand for. The main north (impact=profit) is something that truly resonates with me.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution:

I agree with the articles. Especially with the flexibility that article 1 proposes, you cannot have a fixed constitution, rules, or laws, in an ecosystem that’s so rapidly changing.

My Web3 interests:

Accessibility, DeFi, DAOs, Data and Analytics, Events, Social Impact, Privacy, Security

Languages I speak and write: English, Spanish

My skills and areas of expertise: Crypto, in general

My favorite Web3 projects: Dune, Nansen. (I know, it’s web2 oriented to web3 services). Vfat, ENS, Lens

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Name: Daoshua

Address or ENS: daoshua.eth

Discord username: Jshua#0001

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Verification tweet

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate

Scaling: Working at the EF as the community lead on ethereum․org has exposed me to a wide range of users. From complete beginners to Web3 natives, the most significant pain point that users bring up is the Ethereum gas fees. Instead of explaining why they should pick to pay more on Ethereum vs a less-secure alt L1 chain, rollups let us abstract away those conversations— giving users the best of both worlds without the jargon. Being one of the first movers in the Ethereum scaling space, I think Optimism, among others, has tremendous potential to serve the next cohort of Ethereum users.

Public goods: I want to help the facilitation and growth of public goods, both within Ethereum and beyond. I am an active contributor to GitcoinDAO and would like to expand my public goods contributions to being more involved in the governance processes that prop them up.

Disappointment: Sadly, the current token governance systems are somewhat broken. The same people become stewards in every hot DAO, often with good intentions but with poor results and outcomes. Mostly unaccountable to their delegates, some voting based on whims instead of research. Even worse, looking through the delegate commitments here, I see what I view as many half-baked or rushed answers. I don’t expect or want to become a whale delegate (ideally, we shouldn’t even have them)—having a large pool of representatives with small delegations is healthier, will give better representation, and be more sustainable. So if you’re reading this and thinking of becoming a delegate—dao it :wink:!

My view on the Optimistic Vision

The Optimistic Collective’s North Star resonates with me strongly. Too many smart people are working on bullshit projects because building something impactful traditionally hasn’t paid the bills. The Optimism Collective is positioned to shift this dynamic from within the Ethereum ecosystem and then beyond.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution

1) Well put. It’s foolish to pretend we have everything figured out. Admitting that this will require iteration and experimentation is highly mature.

2) The current token governance structures are clearly failing (governance purely by popularity contest, consolidation of power to the new ‘web3 elites’, quorums being lowered due to waning interest). The governance experiments that The Optimism Collective will run really excite me. I hope we can discover better ways to govern decentralized collectives.

3) The initial involvement of The Optimism Foundation and having progressive decentralization as a mechanism to ensure the long-term success of The Optimism Collective seems pragmatic.

My Web3 interests:

Accessibility, DAOs, Governance, Social impact, Writing.

Languages I speak and write

en, gd

My skills and areas of expertise

Community building, writing, frontend development, and memes.

My favorite Web3 projects

ethereum․org, Gitcoin, ENS

Name: Panche

Address or ENS: 0xdbAABc182e5FCEbf216C353A3EBE32cDB7390094 (Kromatika: Deployer)

Discord username: Aristokrates#7908

Verification: Tally | 4Z05G4

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes I read it and I understand.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes I understand.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I’m developing on Optimism since its begging when it was still in whitelisted beta. I’m the deployer of the Kromatika (KROM) protocol that has been firstly deployed on Optimism chain as a limit order protocol. I strongly believe in optimistic rolups technology and I would like to contribute to its growth both in user adoption as well as technical improvements and integration.

**My view on the [Optimistic Vision ]: ** I really like the concept of identity. This is a hard problem to tackle, but still believe there is a solution out there and I strongly believe that Optimism Collective can solve this digital identity issue for the benefit of the Optimism governance.

My view on the first three articles of the [Working Constitution]: I like the progressive decentralization aspect, because I believe there is no a good on-off decentralized model, believing that The Optimism Foundation should start as its early governance adopter and then transit over time its governance responsibilities to the OP Citizens and OP House

My Web3 interests: Bridges,DAOs,Cryptography,Developer tools,Governance,Identity

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write: English

My skills and areas of expertise: Solidity development, web development, architecture, team management.

My favorite Web3 projects: Uniswap, Compound, 0xProtocol

links to your delegate submission, then edit your submission to link to the tweet.

Crise:

crise.eth

cyrelb#6993:

Verification (Tally profile or tweet):

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process:

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment:

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Be part of the OP DAO and represent my delegators

My view on the [Optimistic Vision ]: OP has the mission to keep the spirit of ETH and make it cheap, fast and easy to use.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: they are the basis / foundation of every builder on Optimism

My Web3 interests:
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.

Bridges, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, NFTs

Languages I speak and write: en,fr,it

My skills and areas of expertise: core banking system, finance 1.0, Java, rescript, cystal lang

**My favorite Web3 projects: uniswap, dydx, copper ** [optional]
List ≤ 3 projects

Name:
AlanXing

Address or ENS:
alanxing.eth

Discord username:
gryffindor#0428

Verification (Tally profile or tweet):
Tally | alanxing

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process:
Yes. I have read and understood.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment:
Yes. I understand.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:
I hold a strong conviction that decentralized governance will elevate our human society to the next level of civilization.

Effective decentralized governance requires active participation from broad base. Effective delegation requires delegates capable of dedicating time and passion as well as connecting to their respective bases. I believe I’m a great representative for underprivileged people and software engineers as I grew up from a harsh childhood life to become software engineers for years. Crypto and Web3 brought me financial independence, allowing me allocate more time to contribute back to the community.

My view on the Optimistic Vision :
The Optimistic Vision has made a lot of leap forwards on how to effectively enable decentalized governance and reward efforts for public good. Overall, it will help contribute to make a better society for our human beings.

My view on the first three articles of the [Working Constitution]:
I very much agreed. As the constitution is working and evolving, I plan to keep up and try to make some meaningful contributions to it in the future.

My Web3 interests:
DAOs, DeFi, Governance, NFTs, Economics
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write:
English and Chinese
Please choose from the [ISO 639-1 ]list

My skills and areas of expertise: [optional]
DAO government, venture capital investment, software development

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
MakerDAO, Uniswap, ENS
List ≤ 3 projects

Name: Nicole (SimplyCryptoXO)

Address or ENS: 0x556e91e08165389b90cac3c1d4ece2069306586b

Discord username: simplycryptoxo#2312

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | YDQ891

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Read and understand

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I am a female founder of an upcoming Optimism native project, TapiocaDAO. I strongly believe in Optimism’s vision that with our new digital world, we must create a new fabric to govern in a way which better rewards individuals for creations that benefit us all. Our web3 meritocracy can and will change our world for the better. Since getting involved in DeFi, I’ve fully committed myself to be a cog in this agent of world changing proportions, and being a builder and possibly a delegate on Optimism is a wonderful opportunity I won’t pass up on. We are at a critical juncture in our world, and this is the time to strike.

My view on the Optimistic Vision : Centralization and the old guard will not give up easily, but our web3 world is upon us, and it is solely up to us to govern ourselves properly to create a true alternative financial system (and more) that can topple what is already in place. The Optimism Vision and Collective is a mighty sword to wield in this battle; democratically funding goods that fundamentally make everyone’s lives better and completely flattens the playing field for all participants regardless of immutable characteristics.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: The document only being in place for 4 years is an epic shift from for example, America’s constitution which is centuries old document that is adhered to in modern time. Constitutions need to adapt with time and the change that happens in it. However, being committed to an overarching list of goals for some fixed amount of time is appropriate so we can maximally effect to achieve them, and reevaluate with hindsight. Our digital world moves exponentially faster than our traditional world, and we must remember that.

Token based governance systems do have shortcomings, and not simply just relying on token holders to govern is key. Just like every DAO has key members, Optimism’s delegates should be representatives of the community that strive to carry out the will of the collective selflessly. The amendment system and overall voting system I find optimal. Optimism as a whole’s power over decision making should wane over time.

My Web3 interests:
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”. Accessibility, Social Impact, DAOs, Writing, and DeFi (of course)

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write: EN

My skills and areas of expertise: [optional]

Female founder of a web3 project (Tapioca)
Research analyst
Writer

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
List ≤ 3 projects

Sushiswap, Gitcoin, Tapioca (haha)

Name: Nicole (SimplyCryptoXO)

Address or ENS: tapiocada0.eth

Discord username: simplycryptoxo#2312

Verification (Tally profile or tweet):

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Read and understand

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I am a female founder of an upcoming Optimism native project, TapiocaDAO. I strongly believe in Optimism’s vision that with our new digital world, we must create a new fabric to govern in a way which better rewards individuals for creations that benefit us all. Our web3 meritocracy can and will change our world for the better. Since getting involved in DeFi, I’ve fully committed myself to be a cog in this agent of world changing proportions, and being a builder and possibly a delegate on Optimism is a wonderful opportunity I won’t pass up on. We are at a critical juncture in our world, and this is the time to strike.

My view on the Optimistic Vision : Centralization and the old guard will not give up easily, but our web3 world is upon us, and it is solely up to us to govern ourselves properly to create a true alternative financial system (and more) that can topple what is already in place. The Optimism Vision and Collective is a mighty sword to wield in this battle; democratically funding goods that fundamentally make everyone’s lives better and completely flattens the playing field for all participants regardless of immutable characteristics.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: The document only being in place for 4 years is an epic shift from for example, America’s constitution which is centuries old document that is adhered to in modern time. Constitutions need to adapt with time and the change that happens in it. However, being committed to an overarching list of goals for some fixed amount of time is appropriate so we can maximally effect to achieve them, and reevaluate with hindsight. Our digital world moves exponentially faster than our traditional world, and we must remember that.

Token based governance systems do have shortcomings, and not simply just relying on token holders to govern is key. Just like every DAO has key members, Optimism’s delegates should be representatives of the community that strive to carry out the will of the collective selflessly. The amendment system and overall voting system I find optimal. Optimism as a whole’s power over decision making should wane over time.

My Web3 interests:
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”. Accessibility, Social Impact, DAOs, Writing, and DeFi (of course)

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write:
Please choose from the ISO 639-1 list

EN

My skills and areas of expertise: [optional]

Female founder of a web3 project (Tapioca)
Research analyst
Writer

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
List ≤ 3 projects

Sushiswap, Gitcoin, Tapioca (haha)

Name: Hongjian Jiang

Address or ENS: jhj567.eth

Discord username: jhj#5395

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | 4RMX7Y

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: YES

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: YES

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:
It is necessary to design Citizen’s House and Token’s House to achieve public governance. In order to truly achieve the goal of the impact equals profit, I think more people should be actively involved in governance. On the other hand I want to push the development of stable coins on Ether, especially the progress on layer2. I hope to promote the idea of decentralized stablecoin while participating in governance and building a more robust economic system.

My view on the :
This vision is very passionate. Impact equals profit is an amazing goal, and we need to be actively involved in governance to achieve this vision.

My view on the first three articles of the :
I think the bicameral design is necessary for identity. The use of soul-bound tokens in conducting governance may be the solution to achieve more effective governance. The goal of influence equals profit is terrific, but more people need to spread the idea and there should be a more active discussion in the community about detailed options.

My Web3 interests:
DeFi, Governance, Identity, Writing, Social impact

Languages I speak and write:
English Chinese

My skills and areas of expertise:
I am a graduate student with a research interest in bionic robotics. I started to learn about Ethereum in 2018 and have used many defi protocols, which has made me appreciate the impact and change of blockchain on our lives. Currently following the stablecoin project Reflexer and participating in community discussions, I hope to use control theory to reduce the volatility of ETH. On the other hand, vitalik’s paper on SBT opened my eyes to the new paradigm of artificial intelligence and I hope to contribute to DeSoc’s vision.

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
UNISWAP ENS Reflexer

Name : Vikram

Address or ENS: kramnatius.eth

Discord username : Gekko #8049

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | YWGXE4

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes I read it and I understand.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes I understand.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I believe in the collective vision of rewarding public goods and building a sustainable future for Ethereum. This is an opportunity for users to take proactive action by funding public goods. I would like to be a part of this opportunity as it will create a sustainable future. I believe in the fairness ratio and the impact it will have on the Collective.

My view on the Optimistic Vision 64: This is a paradigm shift in the making. This will transform society. When impact=profit it will open doors for public goods to thrive. Public goods will attract and retain the brightest minds, creating public goods the Collective will benefit from.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: This will be a fluid constitution, it is an experiment, it will not be perfect, but changes will be made by the Citizens House and the OP holders. This experiment will be supported by the Optimism Foundation and will help check the balance of power. The ultimate goal, in the end, will be decentralization.

My Web3 interests:

Zero knowledge, Identity, Social impact, DeFi, Visual art

Languages I speak and write: English, Hindi

My skills and areas of expertise: I am a lifelong learner, a critical thinker, and a creative. I understand others with an open mind. I make decisions under various circumstances. I thoroughly research ideas and topics from various sources. I seek understanding and knowledge. I have been involved with Web3 for many years now.

My favorite Web3 projects: Ethereum: Home | ethereum.org

Aave: https://aave.com/

brightID: https://www.brightid.org/

Name: starit

Address or ENS: starit.eth

Discord username: starit#7499

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Twitter: @starit1992

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Read and understood

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Read and understood

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I’ve been active in the blockchain area since 2015. I have worked for crypto exchanges, DeFi protocols, and other early web3 projects. I feel the next wave would be rollups L2 and it is a great honor to work with the most brilliant people in the world and create something new.

My view on the Optimistic Vision :

It’s a great start for web3 governance and I beleve a lot of products for public goods will apear and grow in the ecosystem.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution:

My Web3 interests:
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.

DeFi,Wallets,Accessibility, DAOs, Data and analytics

Languages I speak and write:
zh, en

My skills and areas of expertise: [optional]
full-stack developer. familar with BTC, ETH and Polkadot ecosystem

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional]
List ≤ 3 projects

Uniswap, Mirror, Lens

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Name: Nateewat Tavitavonsawas

Address or ENS: 0x918d912d5d4058c4e5D43c212dB7E4f5f4947213

Discord username: Justin Tavi#7953

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | 47VJMY

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I want to be a part of the Optimism governance house in voting proposals for the greater good of Optimism’s ecosystem and vision.

My view on the [Optimistic Vision ]: I am super bullish with the vision especially on IMPACT = PROFIT, a positive impact to the collective is then rewarded to the individual

My view on the first three articles of the [Working Constitution]: I am agree on a flexible model of governing with a series of governing experimentations. The working constitution will overtime improve and embrace the public’s will and mutual agreement. I totally agree with the “excessive consolidation of power” in which many projects have gone under this problem making so called “Whales” got too influential. Reading the Optimism Foundation, it should be conducted under vote and proposals manner in order for every aspects to be transparent and fair.

My Web3 interests: DeFi, Gaming, NFTs, Identity
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write: English, Thai
Please choose from the ISO 639-1 list

My skills and areas of expertise: [optional] Stock Trading

My favorite Web3 projects: [optional] Polkadot, Ethereum Name Server, Chainlink
List ≤ 3 projects

Name: hacktar (Inzhoop)

Address or ENS: inzhoop.eth

Discord username: hacktar#0488

Verification: https://twitter.com/inzhoop/status/1531900251224809472

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: :white_check_mark:

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: :white_check_mark:

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:
Hi! I’m hacktar from Inzhoop (@inzhoop on twitter) and I want to be an active part of this revolution that will render this public goods the fundamentals of a new digital society.

My view on the Optimistic Vision:
The idea of building an open source layer of our civil society on top of a solid protocol is a mission that I fully share
My view on the first three articles of the [Working Constitution]:

  1. This is a working constitution: It is the core of the system of institutionalized representation of interests
  2. OP Citizens and OP Holders will equally coexist within the Collective: An interesting way to rewrite a digital new democratic governance
  3. The Optimism Foundation will be a steward of the Optimism Collective and its early governance model: We will all have to work to make democracy ever more liquid

My Web3 interests:
ENS, Ethereum and mobile wallet to run Dapps

Languages I speak and write: it, en

My favorite Web3 projects: We currently help with governance for ENS

My favorite Web3 projects is “Quixotic”
I claimed $OP tokens and delegated my votes to the Quixotic :red_circle:

Name : minicoohei

Address or ENS: minicoohei.eth

Discord username : minicoohei #9471

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | YK8Q94

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes I read it and I understand.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes I understand.

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I would like to be a part of this opportunity as it will create a sustainable future and it will contribute the future growth. Actually, I am Japanese KOL and will give our voice to the communiy.

My view on the Optimistic Vision 64: I love the concept of the public good retrospective reward. This is like the evolution and it will make the society more smooth.

My view on the first three articles of the [Working Constitution]:Citizens House and the OP holders would be very interesting experiment. In many other projects it is like only token or only House. It will show the capability of dao or result in the failuar

My Web3 interests:
NFT / DeFi / RollUp / PlaytoEarn / AMM

Languages I speak and write: English, Japanese

My skills and areas of expertise: I am founder of the tokenPocket inc - web3 wallet and also founder of CryptoCrystal(2018 OG NFT project). I have deep knowledge of NFT and DeFi.

My favorite Web3 projects: tofuNFT

brightID: @minicoohei

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Name : Kromatika Finance

Address or ENS: 0xdbaabc182e5fcebf216c353a3ebe32cdb7390094

Discord username:Aristokrates#7908

Verification (Tally profile or tweet):**Tally | 4Z05G4

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Contributing to the Optimism ecosystem both from development perspective as well as from user adoption. We at Kromatika Finance, strongly believe in the future of optimistic rollups. This is why we have chosen to firstly deploy Kromatika limit order and metaswap protocol on Optimism.

My view on the Optimistic Vision: Digital governance is very hard to get it right, but we believe that Optimism Collective is a balanced approach between decentralizes governance combined with digital identity.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constritution:It is a very good starting point, progressive de-centralization approach, with Optimism Foundation as the early governance steward , migrating over time to a full decentralization using the OP Citizens and OP Holders. It is a good check-balance approach.

**My Web3 interests:**Bridges,DeFi,Developer tools,Identity,Governance
Choose ≤ five from the following set. List them as comma-separated values as your answer, like: “A, B, C”.

Accessibility, Bridges, Cryptography, DAOs, Data and analytics, DeFi, Developer tools, Economics, Events, Environment, Gaming, Governance, Identity, Infrastructure, Legal, Messaging, Music, NFTs, Oracles, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Wallets, Writing, Zero knowledge

Languages I speak and write: English
Please choose from the ISO 639-1 list

My skills and areas of expertise: Solidity, smart contracts, blockchains, web development, team management

My favorite Web3 projects: Uniswap, 0xProtocol, Compound
List ≤ 3 projects

Name: Pop

Address or ENS: simona.eth

Discord username: simona pop#3265

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tally | 4M652Y

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Yes

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Having worked on governance engagement strategy with Gitcoin DAO for the past 6 months as well as being a top delegate in both Gitcoin and ENS DAO has put me in a great position to support the governance efforts of Optimism and the whole ecosystem in evolving towards better models together.

My view on the Optimistic Vision 17: I have always focused my work on positive impact since my cofounding Bounties Network back in 2018. I am committed to always following that path and feel in strong alignment with Optimism values.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution:

  1. Agree - experiment early, iterate together
  2. Agree - it’s all I am thinking about and doing in all my work in this ecosystem
  3. Agree - as above
  4. Will work on
  5. Of course
  6. Already doing

My Web3 interests: > Accessibility, DAOs, Economics, Events, Environment, Governance, Identity, NFTs, Privacy, Security, Social impact, Visual art, Writing

Languages I speak and write: English, Italian, Romanian, French

My skills and areas of expertise: founder in the web3 space (Bounties Network), governance (Gitcoin, ENS, Element DAO), governance engagement strategy and tooling (Gitcoin DAO), community strategy (Status), advisory (part of many projects’ in the ecosystem’s journey including 3Box, EPNS, DoinGud and move), mentorship (Kernel), Event creator and content curator (Schelling Point, Liscon, EthDenver)

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Name: Fractal Visions

Address or ENS: 0xC4FC57Dedd2463314A3fD2DBadB86B4404C257e5

Discord username: Fractal Visions#7535

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): Tweet

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Yes, it is important to be a leader in the artist community for myself and the other artists I work with.

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Absolutely… I am here to represent the creative souls in the space, visionary leaders!

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Besides our NFT project Ganland taking over the ranks on the Optimism Layer 2 Quixotic marketplace, I have been operating an artist owned business with my partner who is also an artist, and we help to raise money for other artists in the community who are teachers of traditional painting techniques. The artists we support in Peru are less fortunate and do not have immediate access to blockchain technology in the remote jungles. Our goal is to not only help cultivate a way for the artists to expose their art to the world, but also to break down the digital divide. We have built a foundation through our altruistic fair distribution royalties by manufacturing physical fine art prints for other artists. Fractal Visions is bridging the gap between the 2D & 3D NFT art world. Web 3 has led us to believe that we can help other artists by introducing them to the crypto space safely over time. Quality is what matters most and the message behind the mission you are set out to accomplish! We are pioneering our way into the future one creation at a time.

My view on the Optimistic Vision: We are for the people !!! Our life consists of a very sacrificial process where helping others come first. There is a big shift happening in the world and as visionaries it is our duty to be present & active within the community. I have always been a big quadratic funding enthusiast and love blockchain technology for the good of humanity with public funding. Our business aligns with these same long term goals and dedication to build a better world. Together we can make a huge difference !

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution: I think it’s a very interesting structure for an ongoing governance deployment system to be released over the course of multiple years, and I believe this will be a prime example for other systems of real world governance to build on top of. This is a new paradigm!

My Web3 interests: NFTs, Visual art, Music, DAOs, DeFi

Languages I speak and write: en

My skills and areas of expertise: Art & Music, Photography, Printmaking, Painting, Web 3, UI, Smart Contracts, NFT deployment, Web Development

My favorite Web3 projects:
Ganland
EoG - Quixotic
Fractalicia - Quixotic
IGLIVISION - Quixotic
Heartbeats - Quixotic

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Name : emijaop

Address or ENS: emijaop.eth (0x1BFA63aF45F4F56A0E2ef032429771D398C6b71C)

Discord username : Crypto_1988#8714

Verification (Tally profile or tweet): twitter

I have read and understood the Delegate Commitment Process: Confirmed

I understand that becoming a delegate is a significant commitment: Confirmed

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

I believe that Optimism is good for Ethereum and am a strong believer in the use of L2 networks to further democratize access to the ideals provided by Ethereum.

Additionally, I’ve contributed to Public Goods personally with my time and talents at ETHGlobal, which was a fortunate recipient in Optimism’s first retroactive grants round 1 and have a first-hand understanding of operating a Public Good.

I’m thrilled to see that Optimism embraces both Ethereum and Public Goods with open arms and is building out its Optimistic vision around these topics. As both topics are the focus of my time and energy, I’d be honoured to participate in this process as a delegate.

My view on the Optimistic Vision :

We all know that one of the founding principals of Web-3 is proof-of-work, and proving yourself through impact and results have been a core principal of crypto communities since Bitcoin’s beginnings. But we believe the Optimistic collective is taking the proof of work idea to the next level with digital democratic governance. We believe in a world where incentives align and digital citizens can be rewarded contributing to the public good. We also believe in the continuous struggle toward self improvement, something the Optimism Collective has highlighted as a goal in its Vision.

My view on the first three articles of the Working Constitution:

1- We believe in the search for continuous improvement. The optimistic collective and vision will evolve over time and the world will look different in four years.

2- We’re excited about the experimentation between $OP governance and OP citizenship.

3- We believe fewer and fewer foundation intervention is better for the Optimism Collective in the long run.

My Web3 interests:

DeFi, DAOs, Gaming

Languages I speak and write:

English, Persian (Farsi)

My skills and areas of expertise:

Economics, Business Development, Education

My favorite Web3 projects:

ENS, Gitcoin, Optimism

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