This is what the team originally said:
No single known entity or person holds more than 10% of the initial voting power.
The Fact, 32M votes in SEP #2, so it’s 25% and 12.5%, 37.5% by 2 addresses.
The discussion starts here [SEP #2] Community Initiative To Unpause Token Contract (Enabling Transferability) - #160 by nodeE
These are the main reasons for this discussion, which originally only took place in the SEP #2 thread, but since many people said that this situation is not reasonable(I actually see more criticism on Twitter and Discord, such as https://twitter.com/safegovernance/status/1589954526957932544 but for convenience I’m only quoting what people say in the forums), I think it is necessary to start a discussion thread.
According to the team’s chart
Given that Gnosis DAO and Core Contributor did not participate in any existing voting, and due to their official background, I don’t think they will participate in any voting with high probability.
The same is true, in SEP #2, only three groups users/guardians/investors participated in the voting.
According to the data, at present, users have claimed about 6.77 million tokens, and guardians have claimed about 10.07 million tokens. Since this is only about half of the actual voting rights (the other half is linearly unlocked for 4 years), users have about 13.54 million SAFE voting rights. Guardians have about 20.14 million votes.
Investors have roughly 80 million votes.
this means, the real situation is
At the current rate of claims (about 50 a day, this chart is valid until the end of the claim period)
Don’t you think it’s a serious problem?
- Yes, it’s a problem
- No, works well
Due to the serious problems with the token distribution of the team (in my opinion), the reallocation of tokens is a bit difficult, it also involves the profit of investors, and to be honest, the investment of investors in the bear market reflects their contribution to Safe , it is not unreasonable to allocate a large number of tokens to them, but it is very unreasonable to allocate the same amount of voting power to investors.