found an interesting post on the internet that aligns with the assertion that ‘validators are representing their delegators when it comes to making decisions on https://governance.harmony.one’
there’s a quote:
Blockchain and crypto technologies are bringing very positive changes to various sectors. With DeFi, It changed the financial sector by letting the average individual become active stakeholders of financial networks. It is giving artists and musicians more control over their work and royalties via NFTs.
Similarly, Blockchain technology has the potential of enabling true democracy at all levels of governance through Decentralized Autonomous Parties (DAP).
one holders fam (validators and delegators), please read the full post Decentralized Autonomous Parties — The future of democracy | by E2Analyst | Predict | Jul, 2021 | Medium (less than 5 min to read) and let’s talk about how is that important to the whole VDAO if validators will actively communicate governing decisions to the entities of their delegation?
a) should a validator inform the delegators with which decision it’s going to participate at the voting?
b) should a validator make his decision public before the voting and discuss it with delegators if they don’t understand why a certain validator makes this choice (whether it’s ‘agree’ or ‘disagree’ choice)?
c) what should/shouldn’t a validator do more?
d) go forth with your vision on the raised query
ps: we’re at the early origin of building a decentralised autonomous organisation for our stakeholders; it’s clear that validators tech background makes them advanced before delegators, but I feel a strong need to ask your opinion on how is that important for the DAO purposes to have an equal access to the similar rights for all staking contributors?