Insights from the Internet Computer ecosystem
User xiaobing lost access to the Internet Identity anchor attached to an 8-year neuron containing 32,000 ICP.
This is a loosely categorised reference document compiled from a survey of Internet Computer community members and “focus group” interviews with representatives of different sectors of the community.
It’s high time we posted an article describing how cycle_dao operates, it's governance philosophy, and its views on the Internet Computer ecosystem. So here that is.
A proposal to validate “proof-of-human” via a randomised video call in which participants direct their camera at their surroundings rather than their own faces.
The impression of cycle_dao is this is a fantastic proposal that we disagree with. The authors have empirically identified trends in the NNS which they perceive to be potentially associated with negative outcomes. The proposal is fair, and puts the majority of voting power in the voter group disaffected by its acceptance.
Enabling canisters to hold ICP - currently only user accounts and the NNS can hold ICP
A proposal to enable users and canisters on the Internet Computer to transact wrapped bitcoin directly without the use of a centralised intermediary or an intermediary protocol. This is achieved by IC replicas running Bitcoin nodes.
A proposal to increase IC memory addressing to 64bit, increasing canister storage from an effective 4GB to eventually the full capacity of a subnet: Currently 300GB.
cycle_dao conducted a survey of DFINITY Seed and Main Round financial contributors’ opinions and sentiment.
A look at the launch of ICP
In which we reverse engineer Neuron IDs of early investors to determine dissolve delays.