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SingularityNET Supervisory Council Nominees
Introducing seven candidates for the first election within the SingularityNET ecosystem.
Fulfilling Our Commitments
In May, we announced our plan to create the SingularityNET Supervisory Council.
As per our whitepaper, following a period of five years after the launch of the network, a supermajority of AGI token holders in combination with the foundation should be able to determine any future changes to the network’s operations. The SingularityNET Supervisory Council is a significant step toward the fulfilment of that vision.
The Supervisory Council will not only ensure that SingularityNET upholds its founding vision, values, and commitments but will also serve to foster quality interactions between our community members and the Foundation.
The registration form for the Supervisory Council was open to the public up until the 27th of May, and we would like to thank all applicants for their interest. A great variety of talented and passionate minded individuals submitted their names for consideration, and we are heartened by the fact that so many accomplished individuals share our vision.
The role of the Supervisory Council necessitates that the Council members be chosen in a fair and impartial manner. The Foundation has carefully assessed all the applicants and has selected seven nominees. All nominees are expected to hold AMA events and interact with the community members on the community forum.
On the 12th of June, our community members will vote and select three individuals from the nominees to be elected as Council members.
Each individual will vote only once, with one vote containing three candidates selected in order of preference. Tokens considered for the election must not be moved during the duration of the 24 hour voting period, this is a necessary measure that will ensure that each participant votes only once with the same AGI token balance — any tokens that do ...
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