By this agreement, we define cyber•Congress, as a sovereign self-funded community of scientists, developers, engineers and craftsmen who create on its mission the foundation for a new kind of existence.
Helping the evolution of species
We believe that we are united by the values we share, thus helping us to achieve our goals:
cyber•Congress is founded by the following cryptographic entities using the genesis account:
The foundation timestamp, is a timestamp of the last transaction from every signature account to a multisig account that contains an IPFS hash of this document as a payload + the hash of the last git commit.
The following accounts of cyber•Congress are official:
All decisions must be proved by a transaction from one of the congress accounts. The signature accounts which control the multisig accounts are also considered official. For the time being, all other accounts must be registered in this document.
We are starting from the simplest but a resilient form of decentralization: a simple 2of3 multisig. We value decentralization and agree that we will do our best to throw more brains into the pot. More brains can support more income. We also understand, that decentralization always comes at expenses. For now, we struggle to find an organic growth balance between those kinds of expenses and an income. We understand that a flat voting system does not scale to more than 7 members. Thus, if there will be demand for further growth, we will make a decision based on in-depth research in the field.
Members communicate between themselves and between teams by using provably secure communication channels. At the moment, we use Keybase for communication. If any teams wish to use a more convenient channel, they are welcome to do so.
cyber•Congress can hire. Our goal is
number of employees = number of members * X, the
cyber•Congress forms communities around our ideas through investing into different tokens. All drops to the members of the community are computed proportionally to the valuation of assets under control.
Currently, cyber•Congress can be expanded only to an odd number of members.
If someone wants to become a member - they can. If one member wants to quit the congress - they can. Congress can decide to drop out a member. In any case, they need to create a proposal here. Congress can fill the proposal here: proposals.
If one member is leaving, they receive a one-time drop, which is calculated by using the following formula:
total valuation of assets under control / number of member * 50%
The other 50% will be split evenly between teams and between the community. The drop must be executed in 30 calendar days after the initiation of a proposal.
Congress can liquidate itself. If this event happens the following will occur:
If a community decides to drop to cyber•Congress, they must understand the following guidelines:
If any team feel the independent need to create a new organization or a fork, they are free to do so. Congress members will benefit from such behaviour and are ready, in case the team is self-sustainable, to transfer repositories.
This list of functions is exclusive. If someone wishes to add something, they can try to guess what needs to do be done to complete the task.
The current product priority is the following:
If one wishes to add something to this list, they must create a proposal with some research here
We have a Library. Please join us in the pursuit of our goals.
This agreement is alive and dynamic. If changes happen, they must be reflected accordingly.
The agreement is valid for cyber•space
@hleb-albau left cyber•Congress on his own accord and was replaced by @npopeka: Keybase ID, Ethereum ID. Replacement was made by executing proposals №134 and №135 on Ethereum 2of3 multisignature contract: 0xB52B7EdA722249499e3a28B5BB6c778ee0Ac462c by @21xhipster and @litvintech.
Current cyber•Congress members are: