Hello, forum friends!
It’s time for our monthly update, and we couldn’t be more excited to take a look at the latest forum posts with you!
Highlights of the Month!
- There Indore Hard Fork has successfully passed!
- The Third Pillar of Governance: Community Treasury is out!
- PIP-14 which was proposing an increase to the Checkpoint Buffer Time has successfully passed!
This is your monthly reminder that there are $40.000 that will be allocated to thoughtful and impactful PIPs in the following year! Read more here!
The Third Pillar of Governance: Community Treasury, concludes the Pillars of Polygon Governance. The post takes a deep look at the importance of blockchain-based Public Goods and their necessity in achieving long-term sustainability and growth of the ecosystem.
Using as a starting point the proposed whitepaper for POL, which introduces the concept of the Community Treasury, the post explores the different approaches when it comes to fund distributions looking into a variety of DAOs and organizations.
With the publication of the last Pillar of Polygon Governance, the @Governance team published an interactive governance vision board that takes an in-depth look at all the Pillars of Governance.
Don’t forget, you can always read and engage with the proposals here.
Following the above-mentioned announcement the applications for self-nominations and nominating others for the Community Treasury Board are now OPEN!
Check out the latest Polygon Improvement Proposals and contribute to the ongoing discusions!!
- Check out the projects deploying on zkEVM here.
- Have you deployed on zkEVM? Let the community know in this thread!
A series of fortnightly AMAs and blog posts that will cover the day-to-day operations of validating a public, decentralized protocol.
These sessions will shine a light on Validators and their footprint in the industry. This month we kicked it off with @ProtonGam-Validator!
Next up: @bountyblok-Validator.
That’s the recap for July 2023. We encourage you to explore the discussions taking place in different categories and chime in if you have thoughts, questions, comments, and of course, any proposal ideas.
Thanks for reading!