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Dan Romero
@dwr.eth
Passing along from @dankrad on Twitter https://twitter.com/dankrad/status/1703888976308846786
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@dwr.eth
Farcaster, similar to Ethereum, doesn't have formal onchain governance. It's more about getting to rough consensus and working code and then people running the network upgrading. https://docs.farcaster.xyz/protocol/governance.html
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re upgrading: while it’s true that the final say goes to node operators, a conflict between core devs and node operators is extremely undesirable if a network forks on something minor, the forked sides compete instead of cooperate and both net lose on the situation
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thus, as a node runner and a token holder, i don’t want to fork over something minor and you can imagine how messy it gets when there are constantly new changes that don’t reach social consensus but people decide not to fork because it’s only net negative to fork
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farcaster is much younger and imo it’s recommended to introduce changes on the fly and move fast but there is like $100bs of value secured by ethereum and it’s time to ossify as much as possible
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