404 Gov Delegate Platform

Delegate Name: 404 Gov

Tally Profile: 404 DAO's Delegate Profile

Delegate Address: 0xE93D59CC0bcECFD4ac204827eF67c5266079E2b5

Forum Handle(s): @404Gov @cole_404 @RikaGoldberg

Alternate Means Of Contact (Twitter, Discord, Email, etc): X, cole@404dao.io, rika@404dao.io

About: 404 Gov is the professional governance arm under 404 DAO, a community of web3 professionals and students focused on advancing education, innovation, and adoption of blockchain technology in Atlanta. Our governance team is composed of Georgia Tech graduates, Atlanta professionals, and current Georgia Tech students. Learn more about our team on our Governance Page.

Experience: 404 Gov has been active in governance since January 2023, working as a delegate across a range of DAOs including Arbitrum, dYdX, Optimism, RocketPool, and Uniswap. Currently, we are active delegates for Arbitrum, Optimism, and Uniswap. Within these ecosystems, we have been elected to committees, councils, and programs, specifically:

You can find our full on-chain voting history and participation on our delegate profile on Tally.

Delegate Platform or Philosophy:

We strive to engage in responsible governance that advances the best interests of the DAO and protocol. We commit to upholding our guiding principles of accountability, transparency, and neutrality.

  1. Accountability: We commit to performing the necessary diligence on proposals and driving meaningful discussion on the forum.
  2. Transparency: We commit to sharing our voting rationale on all proposals.
  3. Neutrality: We commit to making decisions that are in the best interest of the DAO and not individual protocols or projects.

Conflicts of Interest: We are active delegates in Arbitrum, Optimism, and Uniswap. One of our contributors works for a competing bridge protocol, but they will not be involved in any discussions or votes within Wormhole governance.

Policy for Handling Conflicts of Interest When They Arise: We will disclose potential conflicts of interest and recuse ourselves from voting on proposals or participating in initiatives that could be perceived as a conflict of interest.

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