I think the best way to support pushing ENS forward is to be at ground level as a delegate. I also believe web3 success and acceptance is dependent on some regulation and delegation from passionate supporters like myself who understand the philosophy and goal of ENS outside of quick profits and domain sharks.
Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
Agree — because self branding and name ownership are essential to the growth of web3 and ENS protocols and acceptance.
- Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
Agree— fees are essential to help promote and incentivize the growth that will be necessary for solidifying future protocols and open public access and acceptance
- Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
Agree— Somewhat agree that this will need to be adjusted and further grown as wide acceptance increases for ENS. While I do not believe that profit should be the end goal, it is a high functioning driver for the momentum that will propel ENS / web3 into the forefront.
- ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
Agree— the world is shifting into a new space and function with regard to digital property. I think that it is critical that the wide acceptance of .eth hinges on ENS being respected as a valid player in the global rights to own a name and its rights. A lot was learned during the ecomm name buy up of the 2000’s, those lessons and regulations are important as we move forward.
Web3 qualifications & skills:
Extensive web development knowledge, many years programming, PM overseeing local municipal security projects, working knowledge of web3 and blockchain. Currently working on interactive 3D models for live ecommerce experiences. DAO enthusiast