ATOMZERO A Community Driven Open-Source non-dilutive fork of ATOM2.0, and laboratory for the community.
ATOM2.0 and ATOM ONE proposers have started the much-needed discussion to create a new vision for the Cosmos, they certainly did us a great favor, many people are now invested in what will be the result of this much awesome debate.
The opinion of ATOM2.0 proposers has certainly been heard, now we think it is time for the community to finish what this leader group started, given the extremely heated debate and because the extremely divisive nature of the dilution proposal we think only the community can mediate and come to the best conclusion, if a non dilutive solution were to be found it would be the best outcome.
The goal of ATOM zero is to search for non dilutive alternatives and share it with both ATOM ONE and ATOM2.0 proposers, ATOM ZERO doesn’t intend to be proposed on chain if not necessary, but its just a push to signal to ATOM2.0 proposers to open source their proposal and not try to dilute ATOM holders.
Now it’s the time for the community to get more involved, Cosmos is a decentralized protocol and if we want to keep our ethos alive, we need to work and pursue things in a more distributed way.
The open source and voluntary nature of the hub needs to be ever present, any proposal that decides Cosmos future should be open to contribution from as many people from the community as possible, using tools for community wide collaboration like GitHub, ATOM ONE is open on github, ATOM2.0 isn’t.
ATOM holders need a public and transparent way to suggest a change to the proposal.
There needs to be an issue you can open or public transparent way to amend, and a way to easily track changes. GitHub would be a great way to do this, allowing anyone to amend the paper by opening an issue, discuss a change, gather enough support and then later merging their change into the main branch of the proposal if non divisive consensus is reached.
The future of Cosmos should be widely shared, 90% of the community should support this, if atom2.0 were to pass by a mere 50% it would be a failure, a failure of the community, our role is to preserve and strengthen the Cosmos allowing for all points of view to be heard and included.
We cannot rush such an important proposal that will define the next years of the hub.
There is no rush, we are undergoing a long bear market, bear markets are used for building, the longer the design phase with community participation will be the more honest and transparent the result.
ATOM ZERO also looks to fully rework the governance system of ATOM2.0 so that whatever the governance mechanism is, it will not dilute the governance power of the community pool and ATOM stakers.