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The High Council proposes a partnership with Arbitrum to advance decentralized governance, potentially sparking innovation with DAOs able to utilize voting vaults and multichain voting. However, concerns have been raised about the team's understanding of Arbitrum and the alignment of their deliverables with end-user needs.
The discussion revolves around a proposal by SPOP1 for a partnership between the High Council and Arbitrum to advance decentralized collaboration and governance. The High Council aims to provide a decentralized governance rollup, enabling teams to share resources and develop the future of governance. The proposal suggests that this collaboration could unlock a flurry of governance innovation, with DAOs being able to easily ship and utilize voting vaults and multichain voting from the rollup itself. The High Council is organized into six working groups, each focusing on different areas of the Governance rollup. The system is leaderless and self-organized.
The community has been invited to provide feedback on the proposal and share any questions and ideas they may have. Franklin and JoJo raised questions about the list of High Council members and the process of offboarding members4,5. JoJo also questioned why there is no native Arbitrum entity in the council7. Jameskbh asked if there is any Arbitrum protocol that signaled that they would like to use the tool, or if there is a plan to use it as the tool for the Arbitrum governance itself8.
The partnership between High Council and Arbitrum could unlock a flurry of governance innovation, with DAOs being able to easily ship and utilize voting vaults and multichain voting from the rollup itself. The High Council aims to act as a hub for DAOs to govern across multiple chains, utilizing voting vaults to redefine how voting occurs. The High Council is made up of an ecosystem of open-source infrastructure, including the High Council rollup itself, Council Kit, Zodiac & Connext, and Hats Protocol.
JoJo expressed concern about the perceived lack of knowledge within the team about the current state of Arbitrum, and the potential disconnect between the team's deliverables and the actual needs of the end users. They suggested that this gap should be addressed to ensure the successful integration of other protocols, companies, DAOs, layers, etc. into Arbitrum.
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