Proposal Criteria

  1. The total cost of implementation and any financial impact of its effectuation must be clearly defined in order for a proposal to go to vote.

  2. If a proposal is ratified which directly impacts Radiant’s smart contracts (i.e., adjustment to emissions rates), it must pass through a 48 hour timelock before implementation.

  3. The Radiant team wallet (0x62d3…fc2d) will be ineligible to vote on any Snapshot proposals, with the exception of an “abstain” vote.

  4. All submittants must search through archived proposals to ensure they are not re-submitting a duplicate idea.

  5. If a suggested proposal directly conflicts with a proposal that is currently up for vote, the second proposal should not go for a vote until a decision is made on the first proposal to avoid concurrent approval of opposing requirements.

  6. To avoid concurrent proposals which directly conflict with one another, any idea that directly impacts a proposal that is currently under consideration should not be submitted or voted on until consensus has been reached on the initial proposal.

  7. No conflict of interest (COI) proposal can be submitted for a vote until 90 days have passed since the original proposal was approved.

  8. The Council will not consider or vote on proposals which advocate hate speech, illegal activity, explicit material, or are out of line with the Foundation’s mission and values.

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