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Members of the Board do the following:
 
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- They represent the Blocknet's interests and aim to make decisions to the benefit of the Blocknet
  
 
- They are accountable to the Coin Representatives and function to mediate requests and make decisions upon these requests  
 
- They are accountable to the Coin Representatives and function to mediate requests and make decisions upon these requests  

Revision as of 13:40, 23 March 2015

Members of the Board do the following:

- They represent the Blocknet's interests and aim to make decisions to the benefit of the Blocknet

- They are accountable to the Coin Representatives and function to mediate requests and make decisions upon these requests

- They are accountable to the public and are required to publish records of all decisions made

- Review and approve proposals for funding

- Submit their decisions to a third party auditor service (CoinGateway) for authorization

- Cannot spend funds without a majority vote in agreement to spend funds

- Cannot spend funds without the third party auditor’s authorisation to spend funds


Election of board members

The last board member election took place over 48 hours between 6 March and 8 March 2015.

Coin representatives interested in board membership submitted themselves for board member candidacy on the basis of being prepared to take on the following obligations].

Every participating coin was eligible to vote once, through its coin representative.

The results of the election are available here].


Current Board Members

Dan Metcalf (XC): [email protected]

Paul Busch (SWIFT): [email protected]

Russel Waters (Sonic): [email protected]

James Stroud (XST): [email protected]

Arlyn Culwick (XC): [email protected]