Late last year we published, Gnosis: The Community-Run Chain where we foregrounded Gnosis Chain as a community-owned network. "A community-run chain secured by thousands of at-home stakers around the world is a credibly neutral, resilient chain because it’s credibly decentralized and resistant to censorship. It’s the eternal chain that’s impossible to turn off."
The at-home stakers, the node runners, the solo stakers - they all play a crucial role in securing the network and ensuring that it stays in the hands of the many, not the few. Yet, at-home stakers are merely one part of the puzzle of maintaining a community-run network.
As an organization dedicated to developing and growing a community-run chain, it’s important that we work in public, transparently. Internally, we are building a team wiki that will be available for anyone to read, making it easy for our community to gain a high-level overview of core development. We recently started publishing the weekly Core Dev Call, which can be found on the blog section of the gnosis.io website.
Additionally, our Discord community adheres to the Code of Conduct for Open Source Communities. We are committed to operating as an open-source, public-by-default community. Drop by the Gnosis Chain Discord if you haven’t already.
Gnosis operates as a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization). As a DAO, Gnosis uses the products that it creates to transparently guide decisions on the development, support, and governance of the Gnosis Chain ecosystem. Governance discussions and Gnosis Improvement Proposals (GIPs) are published on the Gnosis Forum. On-chain governance takes place on Snapshot where community members express their opinions about GIPs by voting with their GNO.
Build with us on Gnosis and see you on-chain!