- Title: Inclusion of L2 Users in SafeDAO Governance
- Author: neobucks
- Created: 2023-03-23
This proposal suggests the inclusion of L2 users in SafeDAO governance. It argues that L2 users have been ignored by the community and excluded from previous decision-making processes, which has resulted in the loss of potential supporters and voters. The proposal aims to correct this by distributing SAFE tokens to L2 users and allowing them to participate in governance.
Well-known L2 includes: polygon, optimism, arbitrum.
Purpose and Background: The purpose of this proposal is to address the exclusion of L2 users from SafeDAO’s governance process.
L2 users are loyal users of SAFE, and many of them choose to use L2 because of high gas fees etc.
However, they have been left out of decisions that affect their use of the platform.
The current distribution of SAFE tokens only includes mainnet users, which excludes 3/5 of the total user base(according to unclaimed SAFE token).
This is a very obvious signal, perhaps excluding the many loyal users of SAFE.
This proposal aims to correct this by including L2 users in governance and distributing SAFE tokens to them.
Because the users who participated in receiving SAFE are all beneficiaries, they therefore support proposal which giving themselves the unclaimed SAFE rewards.
L2 like arbitrum drop ARB token to SAFE dao, while arbitrum users are excluded, Isn’t this very ironic?
The main effect of this proposal would be the inclusion of a larger user base in SafeDAO’s governance process.
This would increase the diversity of perspectives and potentially result in more informed decision-making.
Additionally, it would incentivize L2 users to continue using the platform and contribute to the community.
However, there are also potential risks associated with this proposal, such as centralizing voting rights among certain groups of users. It is important to consider these risks carefully and implement measures to prevent them.
One alternative would be to distribute SAFE tokens to all users, regardless of whether they use L1 or L2. This will make the voting rights more decentralized and attract more users.
The implementation of this proposal would require a simple code to be written to distribute SAFE tokens to L2 users.
The proportion of unclaimed SAFE tokens is 3/5.
If the proposal to “distribute unclaimed SAFE tokens to users who have claimed them” is supported, will it lead to more centralized voting power and exclude more users?
In conclusion, this proposal suggests the inclusion of L2 users in SafeDAO’s governance process by distributing SAFE tokens to them.
By doing so, SafeDAO can increase the diversity of perspectives and incentivize L2 users to contribute to the community.