ENS DAO Delegate Applications

ENS name: dan.laabs.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

  • I believe that ENS is the future of the internet and needs to be managed by highly educated and dedicated members to govern the long-term success of the protocol.
  • Decentralized governance is the key here so that the ENS treasury, its future funds, and control of the .ETH registrar contract remain fully operational during even the worst tumultuous times.
  • I will be dedicated to the growth and longevity of the protocol and it’s users.
  • The future projects possible with this DNS-like system are absolutely mind blowing!
  • Help create world peace and global organization.
  • Enforce the ENS constitution.
  • Promote web3 identity services and decentralized websites on IPFS and legacy DNS

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
    • The decentralized nature of the protocol is to protect each owners explicit right to own all name and associated meta data.
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
    • Promote exclusive ownership and reduce TLD parking.
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
    • Income is to remain as we support the development of new features, security audits, partnerships and marketing efforts.
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment)
    • Interoperability is important as ENS is the upcoming evolution of the global namespace.

My web3 qualifications / skills:

  • Lead full-stack developer on a major eCommerce website with over 10+ years professional experience.
  • Dedicated to the future of the internet supporting ENS and Ethereum!

ENS name: codingsh.eth

I’m a blockchain builder in love with this universe, I have a few hundred projects to build and I’m building some at the moment. And they all have in common ENS domains This is a big step towards building a new world. I would love to be a voting delegate on the agenda for building a better ecosystem for users and developers.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment)- Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: ( Agree / Disagree / Comment) - Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment)- Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment) - Agree

My qualities are that I’m a serial founder, blockchain developer with skills from governance to design, it’s part of my background in fashion design, programming and laws from physics to legal process laws. I believe that by adding all this knowledge I can be a good delegate and continue to serve our blockchain network.

ENS name: experient.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:
Experient Group believes Web3 is the future and ENS is a large part of that ecosystem. Helping guide the ENS ecosystem is a straightforward way for us to help advance Web3 technologies.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree
    • Deciding what is and is not reasonably required should be put to a vote by ENS governance when allocating additional funds.
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree
    • It should ideally be an automated process that no party can intervene in against a proven TLD owners.

My web3 qualifications / skills:
Experient Group is an Atlanta-based business + IT consultancy that offers flexible and innovative solutions tailored to our clients’ business environment, culture, and budget. We have years of experience in traditional web and mobile development and have begun expanding our Web3 capabilities.

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ENS name: eigengrau.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: Passionate about blockchain technology and the Ethereum protocol. Looking forward to get involved, contribute and help the ENS community.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution 582

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills: Hobbyist technologist, outsider and new to web3, with a solid background on startups and markets.

ENS name: radneonbrains.eth

I would like to be involved to help the blockchain community improve and grow. I already consider myself a delegate for blockchain, web 3.0, and crypto, always trying to get others interested and involved in the potential blockchain has to offer for the world.

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree

  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism:Agree

  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree

  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree

I have basic coding skills mostly with python and new but learning fast with web 3.0.

ENS Name: harper.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I love identity. I love domains. I have since the beginning of the web (my first domain was purchased in the 90s). I think that identity can be better, more flexible and more effective than it has been thus far. I am a boomer in the eth space, but i have a lot of experience around building identity platforms, social software that scales to millions and other relevant tech/product entrepreneur experience. However, they all fell into the problems of web2: they weren’t private, they were centralized, and they didn’t take advantage of ownership. Web3 is part of the solution to these problems and thus ENS is potentially a key to solving the identity aspect. I really believe in ENS and am excited about the mission and the future.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution :

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills: I have experience shipping solidity and have built ens aware web3 experiences. I have been around eth (as a consumer) for awhile and have been deep in eth (as a developer/hacker) for a year or so.

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**ENS name:**mattbrennan.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I am very excited about Ethereum and the possibilities it brings to the entirety of the human race. I think that a decentralized world is the future and Ethereum is at the center of it. I view ENS as an absolutely integral part of that future and allows for everyone to be a part of web3 and be celebrated for their unique characteristics, backgrounds, and status.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Absolutely agree - Everyone should be entitled to own their own name in the digital space of web3
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree - Part of the game theoretics that ensures that a decentralized blockchain can keep itself perpetually sustainable
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree - The best thing we can do with the funds available is be good stewards to perpetuate the future of the Ethereum network
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree - Your name should be available as nomenclature across all platforms and protocols and webspaces

My web3 qualifications / skills: I have been involved with the web3 space since the beginning of 2021. I have familiarity with Layer 2 rollups, sidechains, layer one blockchains, NFT minting, ENS, and proselytizing to all who will listen on the benefits of the decentralized future of web3.

ENS name:address.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I think i have the motivation to be an ENS Delegator.The reason is that I have deep hope for the development of Web3 in the future. I think this is a great change in the next generation Internet.
My view on each section of the [proposed ENS Constitution ]
Name ownership is an absolute right:Agree.
Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Agree.
Income funds ENS and other public goods: I totally Agree.
ENS Integrates with the global namespace: I agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:I have basic web3 skills.

ENS name: minefree.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I am passionate about this industry growth, I always listen to people suggestions and WOULD LOVE to participate in spreading the best industry to better people’s lives.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree)
Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree)
Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Completely Agree)
ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree, ENS should be the global namespace standard)
**My web3 qualifications / skills:
I have basic knowledge and recently started to learn more and more. I’m very passionate and would LOVE to learn more with the hands-on experience with my favorite namespace ENS.

ENS name: cjdunteman.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree, with comment
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:

ENS name: thepassivetrust.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: As contributers to the Web3 space. We provide services to help apply blockchain for social good. We generally look for the following attributes in a Protocol or Application.

  • Providing permissionless access to the undervalued (Celo)
  • Security/Privacy (NYM, MINA)
  • Health/Biotech(VitaDao, KlimaDao)

We do this by

  • Validating Protocols
  • Multisig signer
  • Contributing to DAO’s

We believe ENS is a valuable piece of the Web3 infrastructure and would like to contribute to helping it become a global standard.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) - Agree.
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) - Agree.
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) - Agree.
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) - Agree.

My web3 qualifications / skills:

  • Validating Protocols
  • Multisig signer
  • Contributing to DAO’s
  • Application Development

ENS name: 2021go.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

When I first learned about ENS, I was deeply attracted by it. In my opinion, ENS is the key to entering the blockchain world and meta-universe. We only need to exist in the form of ENS, no one cares about what we are called and where we come from. ENS gave us another identity to do more fun things.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree,As I said above, ENS is a very important key for us.
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree.First of all, it is necessary to ensure that ENS can continue to operate well, so that a larger ecosystem can be built on the basis of ENS.
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:

Since I learned about ENS, I immediately registered for my own ENS. Since then, I have my own Web3 mark. I rely on this mark to travel through many interesting areas such as DEFI, NFTS, RSS3, Mirror, etc. I have a deep understanding of Web3 and ENS and their interesting ways to play in the future. At the same time, my English is very good and I can understand the code. I think I can do some very meaningful things.

ENS name: twmarkwen.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: ENS in the web3 world will be definitely like DNS in the current internet. The great vision and spirit of web3 is decentralization and liberate us from tech giant. It is historical moment to be part of this revolution, of which ENS will be the core.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment): Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment): Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment): Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment): Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills: I am a network specialist and have engaged in the crypto world of Defi/Cefi/NFT/Gamefi as well as have great experience and knowledge on blockchain

ENS name: cissel.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

I want to be a delegate to help maintain and grow such an integral part of the Ethereum ecosystem. Like so many others ENS was one of the first of many stops on my journey down the crypto rabbit hole. I want to help maintain that environment so that future generations can have the same experience. I will help any way I can to ensure that ENS grows and scales to its full potential as efficiently as possible without sacrificing accessibility for first-time users because they will be crucial to ensuring the long-term growth of the Ethereum ecosystem at large. I would love to play a role in making it as easy as possible for them to get their feet wet so they can see the full potential of crypto/web3.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: (Agree/Disagree/Comment) Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:

  • Solidity

  • JavaScript

  • Python

  • R

  • Economics background with focus on & experience with data in financial markets, environment, housing, and labor.

ENS name: kopernik.eth

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree 100%

  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Agree 100%

  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree 100%

  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree 100%

My web3 qualifications / skills:
Some solidity experience prototyping identity solutions. Specifically recording claims (DIDs) on IPFS and recording the hash in a solidity registry contract. Also currently a chainlink node operator. Mined ethereum in the past, and planning to run one or many rocket pool nodes.

ENS name:paintswap.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:Because I am a beneficiary of ENS Domain, it provides convenience for our life

My view on each section of the [proposed ENS Constitution ]** (Proposed ENS Constitution )

Name ownership is an absolute right: ( Agree/Disagree/Comment)- Agree
Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: ( Agree/Disagree/Comment)- Agree
Income funds ENS and other public goods: ( Agree/Disagree/Comment)- Agree
ENS Integrates with the global namespace: ( Agree/Disagree/Comment) - Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:I used to develop e-commerce platforms and do some penetration testing

ENS name: Tulip.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate:

I am a CIO under a multinational logistics company. Crypto is my own interest. I started to know ENS long ago, I never doubted ENS could be the evolution to replace dot com ever since the moment I realized its real value and vision.

I personally enjoy sharing latest cool stuffs to people around. Regarding ENS, I have done almost 20+ presentations (I made good ENS slides myself) in different forum and sharing parties in China. I have access and good relationship to pretty much most of high profile crypto folks in China (which is not easy due to local restriction). I have shared my slides with Brantly once(April 2021) and maybe you team can check and verify.

I also own a lot of top ENS names (for example, coin.eth), which I am pretty sure these will worth great fortune some day in the future. I hear a lot of suggestions from local crypto folks, and I also have a lot of thoughts about ENS myself. My incentive to improve this project might be as much as Brantly/Nick or even more. I wish ENS could be on fast improving right track, and I will also enjoy if I can be a part of it.

Last but not least, below are the 3 points why ENS is great and can replace dot com, in my point of view:

Native belief, proud followers and partners

Wallets/browsers can’t wait to proactively integrate with ENS, because that will make themselves look more legit. Instead, unstoppable and other crypto domain project pays to integrate those wallets, that is definitely one hundred miles away.

There are just so many .eth twitter handles, each of them is in the party of that evolution, each of them is using their own power to inspire people around them, the follower number of each .eth twitter account can be a hint, and the trend is ascending.

Native association

Your address association won’t have any security issue, as long as you keep and protect you seed phrase well.

Same for sub-domain management.
Trademark and UDRP doesn’t work in crypto world.
Yours is yours, no one can take it away from your, unlike the traditional TLDs.

Personally I don’t think it is a good idea for ENS to “keep showing nice” to ICANN, helping traditional TLD users to understand ENS is good, but ICANN as a very centralized bureau, it is on the reverse way of ENS’s vision.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution 681

Name ownership is an absolute right: Agree

Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism ): Agree

Income funds ENS and other public goods: Agree

ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills:

I would more prefer to call that dweb, as decentralized web/distributed web. ENS+IPFS is the foundation of dweb, lots of people only know ENS can do crypto association, but they didn’t realize what ENS does is hash association, and IPFS can also be a type of hash(content).

I truly believe that dweb will be the future trend(like internet in the past 20 years), because it is a website that never down and cannot be blocked.

I have my own project: tulip.eth.link. I hired couple developers and worked 2 months to complete it. It is actually quite difficult do launch a “.eth” website at this age, most development team never heard of it at all! Tulip.eth is a dweb version of coinmarketcap, using the APIs to collect information and show on a dweb uploaded to IPFS. It has the ranking of coin/exchange/defi. Accessing tulip.eth.link is like accessing files on bit torrent, with more people access it, the performance will improve accordingly. We all know that the ranking coinmarketcap/coingecko might have some hidden logic under the table. While dweb doesn’t have database itself, so that it does not have issue of “trust”.

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ENS name: uuuu.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I want to support ENS as a crypto world portal as domain name in internet.

My view on each section of the [proposed ENS Constitution ] (Proposed ENS Constitution )

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment)- Agree
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment)- Agree
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment)- Agree
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: ( Agree /Disagree/Comment) - Agree

My web3 qualifications / skills: Senior product manager + developer with advanced blockchain skill.

ENS name: oxide.eth

My reasons for wanting to be a delegate: I’ve followed ENS for a long time and have been very impressed by how much the project has contributed to the growth of Ethereum and the formation of the broader crypto community’s views around decentralized applications. ENS provides an invaluable service to the Ethereum ecosystem, and it’s place as a public good for all to benefit from is clear. As ENS moves to a DAO structure, I’d like to put myself forward as a delegate. I believe my opinions around the future direction of ENS - maintaining it is a public good, maintaining decentralization and further developing the functionality and integrations of ENS - align with many, or at least some of the stakeholders in ENS.

My view on each section of the proposed ENS Constitution

  • Name ownership is an absolute right: Yes, however, I don’t believe that adjusting the fees to register names violates this right so long as the fees are the same for all users. Anyone should be able to register an ENS name provided they can pay the minimal ENS fee + gas.
  • Registration fees exist as an incentive mechanism: Yes, registration fees are essential to combat squatting and to encourage participants in ENS to use their names productively. We must balance this however with the goal of allowing as many legitimate users as possible to register their names.
  • Income funds ENS and other public goods: Yes, income should fund the development and maintenance of ENS. Any excess funds should be accrued to an ENS treasury to ensure a stable financial position for ENS in case of a prolonged market downturn. If there are still funds remaining, ENS should consider funding or donating to projects the build atop ENS or contribute public goods to the Ethereum ecosystem.
  • ENS Integrates with the global namespace: Yes, ENS should, without sacrificing decentralization, integrate with the existing global namespace. ENS could be a useful tool to assist in onboarding legacy/traditional businesses to crypto.

My web3 qualifications / skills: I have experience in Web Dev, and some solidity programming (looking to further my skills here) I do come from a technical / software background so can provide thoughts and opinions on technical matters. I also have experience in Go and Rust programming among others, and distributed systems experience.