Contest Proposal: JURY SELECTION 1.1
Create a decentralized jury of up to 30 willing participants from the Free TON community who are willing to put in the time and effort to study, interpret, analyze, vote, and deliver qualified feedback to contest submissions from contest participants.
Begins July 15, 2020 at 12:00 P.M UTC - Ends July 22, 2020 at 12:00 P.M UTC.
In the strive to decentralize Free TON, so should the jury come from the community at large. This will help achieve the goal of decentralized governance 2.0.
Contest submission requirements
You must submit a curriculum vitae that demonstrates one, all, or some of the following:
A knowledge of IT for blockchain
Promotional work stats (marketing, PR, SMM, etc.) that include the fundamental principles that drive blockchain technology.
History and/or experience dealing with blockchain tech, preferably with an emphasis on decentralization
Evidence of your professional understanding of both context and goals for Free TON
A verifiable record with links to work you have done that confirms your knowledge of, but not limited to:
- DAO governance
- Remote voting
- Digital currency
Winner rights and duties
Winners will get the right to be a juror for each Free TON contest going forward and get the same reward as each contest describes for jurors. In order to get the jury reward described in each contest, the juror must do the following:
Each juror should review each contest and its requirements here under “Contests”.
The juror should review each contestant’s submission (uploaded in .PDF format) and determine if each submission is within the scope of his or her understanding to judge it, and then vote as follows:
a. If outside of juror competence, the juror should vote to “Abstain”.
b. If within juror competence, the juror should vote on a scale of 0-to-10 with 0 representing least and 10 representing most qualified submissions.
c. If the submission is inappropriate, the PDF file is unopenable or corrupt, etc., the juror should vote not to score at all.
The juror should provide constructive feedback in the appropriate field describing the reason for their score.
As any civic duty dictates, every juror must remain objective to the best of his/her abilities in regard to voting, i.e., stick to the facts and the facts only, leaving any personal feelings aside.
Voting for new jury
- Each of the initial Free TON jurors can vote on your submission (candidacy) to become a juror. .
- Jurors whose company or team member/s intend/s to participate in this contest cannot vote, even if they are a sitting juror.
- Each juror will vote by rating each submission on a scale of 0 to 10 or can choose to reject it if it does not meet the requirements, or they can choose to abstain from voting.
- Jurors will provide feedback on your submissions
- Each contestant that wins and becomes a juror will receive 50 Tons as a welcome bonus.