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The Cambridge Blockchain Society, a student-founded organization with over 2000 members, has proposed their candidacy as delegates for the Aave governance process. They pledge to vote independently and share their decision-making process, leveraging their expertise in blockchain and strong connections with DAOs, Web3 startups, and research organizations.
The Cambridge Blockchain Society, a student-founded organization in 2018, has put forth their candidacy as delegates for the Aave governance process. With a membership exceeding 2000, the society is dedicated to bridging the divide between academic research and industry innovation within the blockchain sector. They have established strong ties with numerous other university blockchain societies and have a history of participating in ETH hackathons.
In addition to offering blockchain development courses, the society has facilitated connections between its members and innovators across a wide range of DAOs, Web3 startups, and research organizations. As potential delegates to Aave, they pledge to vote independently and impartially, promising to share their decision-making process and rationale with the broader Aave community.
The society's governance sub-team is structured into several verticals, encompassing both protocol-specific and sector-specific subject matter experts. They believe that their unique perspective, expertise, and commitment to fostering Aave's growth and development make them an excellent candidate for delegation1.
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