We Can Vote Away Your Money for Free: The Implications of Juno Prop 16 


Instead, it reveals that blockchains, too, include social in addition to technical agreement. The airdrop Sybil aggressor, after all, didn’t break any apparent public law; she or he simply abused an open system so severely that other users needed to act to protect it. For some, this reaction will be viewed as a benefit and even an evolutionary course– a considerable action, in specific, towards decentralized self-governing companies (DAOs) that have genuine enforcement power and want to bend it.


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