LONDON (Bywire EOS News) - Eden on EOS, a peerless community deeply committed to further enriching the EOS ecosystem, has revealed an ambitious blueprint for its future. Mo, an incumbent Chief Delegate, presented a detailed preview of an audacious plan to overhaul the community's bylaws during a recent EOS Fireside Chat. The anticipated changes, ambitious as they may be, aim to weave together elements of innovation and collaboration, thereby strengthening EOS's contribution to the broader ecosystem.
Dipping its toes into rarely navigated waters, these groundbreaking bylaws signify a vision for the community to undertake unique, high-risk projects within the EOS ecosystem, carrying the potential for substantial rewards. The unveiling of the proposed bylaws marks more than a simple redirection for Eden on EOS. Instead, it signals the birth of a model of a firm and a pioneer carving out an exciting new trail in the democratic crypto landscape.
A vital element in the revamped bylaws proposes the introduction of an incentivised model for delegates. Designed to spark active involvement, delegates are encouraged to showcase their credibility while proactively lending their support to transformational projects. As part of the new paradigm, delegates are recommended to donate 75 percent of their remuneration. However, through active participation and impactful performance at weekly fractal meetings, they stand to earn back their donation.
The bylaws' revision also aims to ignite increased member participation through weekly circle meetings, fostering an ethos of continual dialogue and collective decision-making. These meetings are anticipated to form the pulse of Eden’s activities, gauging a delegate's contributions, promoting the ideation of new initiatives, and offering progress reports.
Nevertheless, the unveiling of these ambitious bylaws has stirred up some discord. Significant concerns revolve around Mo's proclaimed 'risk-on' approach related to ICO token distributions, a topic ensnared in a regulatory grey area. Despite this, Eden on EOS's resolve remains steadfast. The belief remains strong that the community is thoroughly prepared to grapple with any ensuing challenges head-on.
This meeting was not without its share of lively debate and tension. In response to the proposed bylaws, Chris, an active community member, expressed concern about the potential liability members could unknowingly be joining. His argument was met with both opposition and support, leading to a spirited back-and-forth. Stephane escalated the tension by promising to leave Eden if the proposal passed. True to his previously expressed sentiments, Chris declared he would run in the upcoming elections to ensure that did indeed happen.
Diverging from this heated exchange momentarily, Perry voiced a concern regarding a lack of transparency in the allocation of funds, expressing anticipation for a thorough breakdown of the same. His contribution further elevated the conversation, adding to the collective push for greater transparency within the community's financial operations.
The audacity of these newly proposed bylaws echoes Eden on EOS's commitment to the EOS ecosystem and inspires a heightened sense of community engagement. Meanwhile, these heated discussions and debates reflect the community's active involvement in Eden's future and transformation, at least for now.
As pioneers at cryptocurrency’s frontier, Eden on EOS is poised on the precipice of a new era. The upcoming Eden on EOS elections, slated for Saturday, July 8, promise to serve as the inaugural proving ground for these innovative bylaw changes, representing a pivotal juncture in Eden on EOS’s evolutionary journey.
(By Michael O'Sullivan)