Purpose of the proposal
FCoin Community Committee Members are elected by the referendum. They represent the members of the community in exercising their daily community governance rights. They have great responsibilities and should be subject to the supervision of all electors. In particular, there are certain information asymmetry between Community Committee members and community members (such as major resolutions that Community Committee being discussed or just passed, and the Community Committee members often obtain these information before the community members), therefore, the community members shall be empowered to supervise the Community Committee members .
The content of the proposal
1. Committee members shall disclose his FT holding amount and specific lockup information (FT amount under different lockup types) and the source (purchased from the secondary market, or from mining returns or gifted from others) when he officially serve (and when they are formally nominated during the election process).
2. The community committee member shall report to Committee secretariat if he plans to reduce his FT holding amount during the term of the committee, and the plan must be registered and recorded in advance, and the secretariat should be responsible for disclosure to the community.
3. The community committee member does not need to report in advance if he plans to increase his FT holding amount during the term of the committee. However, it must be registered with the Committee Secretariat within one week after the increase, and the Secretariat is responsible for disclosure to the community.
4. A warning will be given if no disclose or false disclosures made. In serious cases, community partners may initiate an interim meeting for impeachment.
Support：开个便利店是我的梦想、David、徐行、Shen Fei、Shiyan Chen、程威、Lin、三千鸦杀、徐伟康、章北海、东哥、冷子枫、小浪淘沙、方瀚文、梅～花、江波、活在当下、王浩铭、潜龙、卢相宇、贾继双、罗大锤、杨益挺Frank、rivebo、Aemon
The proposal will take effect immediately after passed, the specific implementation plan shall subject to the future announcement.
FCoin Community Committee Secretariat
May 17, 2019