One of our governance team members at Flipside Crypto, Jess, made a dashboard with governance data for the community. You can view it here: Flipside Crypto
The analysis reveals data on the total tokens delegated, number of delegators, and information on the distribution of SAFE tokens. It also includes data about individual SEPs.
This dashboard is a work in progress and can be updated based on the needs of the community. If you have data requests or feedback, please post here. We want to hear from you and make the dashboard as useful as possible for everyone!
First of all, thanks for putting this dashboard together. It looks really cool and gives some interesting insights!
I noticed that currently it only counts the token balance for the delegated amount but not the tokens in vesting.
Some information how the vested tokens are taken into account (especially with the redeem deadline approaching the horizon on the 27th december) can be found in the safe-vested snapshot strategie.
The total voting power, which people delegate should be:
Thanks for the feedback! I’m also hoping we can incorporate the vested tokens into future iterations. Based on my conversations with the data team, incorporating this info is a heavy lift compared to what’s been done so far.
I’ll pass along the Github link you provided and make another push to include this info–it’s important for understanding the full picture.
Thanks for the additional suggestions, @adamhurwitz.eth! We’ll be adding search functionality, but the delegates are pulled into the table based on vote transactions, so we won’t be able to include delegates who haven’t voted in the near future. After the search update, checking whether a delegate has voted will require searching their address (which will be easy to do without downloading the CSV) and seeing if they appear in the table.
There will eventually be a custom front end for the dash, which will allow for the number of rows in the table to be adjustable. For now, the default view doesn’t allow for that.
@schmanu: I talked to Jess, who made the dash, and it sounds like the non-delegated token information can be incorporated sometime after the claim period is over.