Tané - Network Operations
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Tané - Network Operations

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Tané is running blockchain network operations, namely running validators and participating in protocols’ DAO governance as delegates in addition to the investment/incubation.

This page is to show our activities and provide useful information so that you can consider supporting us by staking/delegating your tokens to us.

Validators

We believe in the power of decentralization and the decentralized systems like blockchains. Validators are the essential components to keep blockchain running and delivering values to applications and their users. Since we are determined to contribute to Web3 projects as well as investments to them, we are running validators for them.

日本語 / Japanese

私たちは、分散化とブロックチェーンのような分散型システムの力を信じています。バリデーターは、ブロックチェーンを稼働させ、その上で動くアプリケーションとそのユーザーに価値を提供し続けるために不可欠なコンポーネントです。Tanéは、Web3プロジェクトに投資するだけでなく、Web3プロジェクトに貢献するために、プロトコルのためのバリデーターを運営しています。

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Protocols

Secret Network

DAO Governance

DAO Governance should come with running validators. Validators are the key stakeholders and critical participants in each project which is going to become its DAO. Proactive participations like having civil and constructive discussions, making proposals and contributing to decisions to be made in the DAO can be meaningful and critical for the DAO to be successful in the long run.

日本語 / Japanese

DAOガバナンスはバリデーターを運営するのと同時に行うべきです。バリデーターは重要なステークホルダーであり、DAOとなるプロジェクトへの大事な参加者です。建設的な議論や、提案、DAOに対する意思決定に対して積極的に参加することが、長期的に見てDAOを成功させるために意義があり、重要であると考えています。

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Protocols

Arbitrum
Optimism
Lido

All voting activities

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Voting Activities

Proposal📡 ProtocolOur VoteType of VoteRationaleURLVote Date
For
Off-chain
We appreciate all the work the working group has produced and consider it rational to extend the research with a reasonable budget assigned to the passionate operator.
May 14, 2024
For
On-chain
Same as the off-chain one
May 12, 2024
For
Off-chain
it’s clearly addressed the feedback on the Subsidy Fund proposal, the selection of the firm, DeDaub is solid (Excellent works with recognized projects), and the cost seems reasonable.
May 8, 2024
Abstain
Off-chain
We generally agree with GFX Labs’ take on the process of having the applications immediately after the official application period. While there are some good ones, we believe they should have waited for the next round of the grant program (either the next LTIPP or a permanent program) to be ready. Only Curve one is an exception as it’s not marked as an LTIPP application and huge commitment promised by the Curve founder with a well-crafted application.
May 1, 2024
For
On-chain
The proposal has been updated with additional commitments from the LTIPP advisors and promised program manager role as well as the data and audit reports by OBL for us to evaluate the results by the STIP and optimistically approve the additional fundings.
May 1, 2024
For
Off-chain
GovHack in ETHDenver was a success in terms of connecting the delegates, contributors and core team members (Foundation and OCL) to have a opportunity to gather and discuss important topics in the Arbitrum DAO. We enjoyed the event as a whole and fully support the succeeding one in Brussels.
May 1, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
While we vote for this option to signal the support for the overall initiative, we expect it to be revised by incorporating feedback
April 25, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
We generally support the initiative while the exact amount for the Arbitrum DAO to offer can be discussed more before the on-chain voting
April 24, 2024
For
Off-chain
We consider this proposal as a good experiment to enhance the powers that retail users have with the leverage powered by the product aligned with the Arbitrum vision.
April 23, 2024
For
On-chain
The intension, implementation and audit reports look all good. We support the new addition to the governance system.
April 16, 2024
For
On-chain
We assume this proposal was created based on careful considerations by the Grants Council and contributors and it’s generally considered optimal to reallocate unused funds to the needed area
April 16, 2024
Weighted Choices
On-chain
Chose candidates for 1) Arbitrum codebase expert (fred) 2) security expert (Certora) 3) Arbitrum ecosystem expert (bartek.eth from L2BEAT) based on background diversity, technical capabilities and geographical diversity. 4k for bartek, 4k for Certora, and other 5k+ for fred.
April 16, 2024
For
On-chain
We vote FOR the continuation of the program and the updated compensations for DA and PM as we did at its temp check voting. We have also confirmed that Questbook team suggest annual re-elections of the members which was a concern at the Snapshot phase and appropriately addressed in the forum.
April 16, 2024
For
Off-chain
We vote FOR the proposal while we understand that having trust-minimized options for unexpected emergencies is crucial to keep the protocol safe and that Lido is still on the way to achieve making them into protocols
April 15, 2024
Described in page
Off-chain
Because of clear guidance provided by the council, we vote for most of the protocols besides some exceptions described in the the page.
April 14, 2024 → April 15, 2024
For
On-chain
We’d like to express full support of the initiative that covers a list of necessary improvements to be done for the better DAO operations by all parties and we are looking forward to seeing a great DAO tooling product thrive with the growth of the Arbitrum DAO.
April 12, 2024
For
On-chain
We recognize the contributions by the early contributors and consider the rewards reasonable as a one-off.
April 12, 2024
For
On-chain
Great step to experiment treasury diversifications with a group of experienced service providers to lead the program
April 6, 2024
Described in page
On-chain
Voted for Jordan from Event Horizon as other prominent candidates are already qualified for the next round
March 29, 2024
Against
Off-chain
We vote against it because we believe it's simply too rushed and more analysis is required for the experiment to be funded further.
March 29, 2024
For
On-chain
We appreciate the effort that PL has put in and agree with the lessons that they will address with the renewed budget and structure.
March 26, 2024
For
Off-chain
The proposal covers a list of necessary improvements to be done for the better DAO operations by all parties and we are looking forward to seeing a great DAO tooling product thrive with the growth of the Arbitrum DAO.
March 24, 2024
For
Off-chain
While the budget appears huge, the Arbitrum DAO needs to catch up with other L2 to make it home for the gaming projects and the initiative is much needed for the purpose.
March 22, 2024
Yes
Off-chain
While we have several questions to be answered, we vote for the proposal since we agree with its general direction.
March 21, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We understand this is an important step for the automation to achieve further decentralization
March 21, 2024
For
Off-chain
As it has been proven to be the best approach to prioritize the native bridges to avoid liquidity fragmentation, we consider this approach to deploy wstETH should be the right decision.
March 17, 2024
For
Off-chain
We highly appreciate efforts made for the investigation by the team, and we believe this is a part of the process of making secure system.
March 17, 2024
For
Off-chain
As delegation has been proven to work well in the other DAOs, this is a great step for a better governance of Lido.
March 17, 2024
For
Off-chain
We believe it’s important to provide a non-developer friendly UI to force transaction inclusions and WakeUp team should be able to provide this with reasonable compensations.
March 17, 2024
For
Off-chain
We support the continuation of the program and the updated compensations for DA and PM. We also echo others who mentioned that the renewal of the DAs should be discussed and up for election in the future.
March 15, 2024
Ranked Choices
Off-chain
We are voting in favor of “Set L1 Surplus Fee and L2 Minimum Base Fee” because we believe DAO should prioritize UX over revenue at this moment.
March 11, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
40% each on Trail of Bits and OpenZeppelin, renowned security experts and 20% on Halborn who has started being involved in Arbitrum DAO with their great track record.
March 11, 2024
Selected Choices
Off-chain
We are in favor of electing Chaos Labs because their track record related to risk assessment is great and the only candidate.
March 10, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
100% on L2BEAT/Ant Federation because what L2BEAT has done to Arbitrum and the ecosystem is amazing and a great candidate working with Ant Federation.
March 10, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
100% on Blockworks/Delphi because members who are more dedicated to Arbitrum DAO are involved while The Block is a prominent candidate for the Research Member
March 10, 2024
For
On-chain
We are voting for the proposal because we are in full support of the activation that adopts EIP-4844 blobs to see a drastic reductions in transaction fees and additional changes to the OP stack from the L1 Dencun improvements.
March 6, 2024
For
On-chain
We are in support of the proposed specs and implementations. The audit results are good to proceed without small fixes. While we think this change doesn't have to be passed with the Ecotone change, we vote for the proposal.
March 6, 2024
Yes
On-chain
ICP is a good addition to the dYdX market.
February 23, 2024
Yes
On-chain
While we see some improvements to be done by the newly formed EDP team especially on the transparent reporting, we support the program to continuously support the dYdX ecosystem.
February 23, 2024
For
On-chain
We appreciate the effort by Offchain Labs to support EIP-4844 swiftly for the upcoming mainnet release and are confident these improvements make positive impact on the Arbitrum ecosystem.
February 23, 2024
For
On-chain
The motivation and implementations are reasonable and we believe this change leads to a better election process of the Security Council members.
February 23, 2024
Yes
On-chain
EOS is a reasonable addition to the dYdX market
February 22, 2024
Yes
On-chain
ORDI is an interesting one and good to be in the dYdX market
February 16, 2024
Yes
On-chain
JTO is a great addition to the dYdX market
February 16, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We are in support of the proposal that makes governance more accessible to improvements of the dYdX chain.
February 16, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We believe new members are great addition to the DOT
February 16, 2024
For
On-chain
As stated in our snapshot voting, we believe the pilot program has been improved with new actors and considerable thoughts and effort so that it will make impact to the growth of the Arbitrum ecosystem.
February 16, 2024
Selected Choices
On-chain
Voted for all requests except for 3B (We'd wait for the impact made by WLTA), 3C (Not quite clear what it can achieve with a huge budget), 3D (Abstain as a dYdX delegate), 3M (Not quite sure if it's worth a mission request)
February 14, 2024
Selected Choices
On-chain
All mission requests have potentials that make impact per token spent.
February 14, 2024
For
On-chain
The intention to the main changes is reasonable. The specs look good. Other two changes (a fix on a potential issue during an upgrade and token creation related changes) look also good (though the third change seems unrelated to the main changes.)
February 14, 2024
Selected Choices
On-chain
Voted for all requests except for 2K (we’d see if ETHCC one succeeds), 2C (better with Foundation support) and 2I (Agreed with Krzysztof on focusing on phase 1 with less budget)
February 14, 2024
Selected Choices
On-chain
All of those development related requests are promising to make impact depending on applications.
February 14, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We believe BNB market is a great addition to the dYdX chain
February 12, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We believe AAVE market is a great addition to the market
February 12, 2024
Against
Off-chain
This should be evaluated based on a specific framework and by a group of members who are experienced in gaming and its grant system.
February 11, 2024
Against
Off-chain
We appreciate all the work put by Arbiters during the launch of Arbitrum, but are against their retro rewards because 1) they have already received some compensations from the Foundation. 2) there were no key measurements or criteria set for the rewards when it comes to managing the Discord community. It should have been clearly discussed beforehand with the Foundation or whoever manages the Discord or local communities.
February 11, 2024
For
Off-chain
Both changes make sense and the code is simple with unit tests and audit by ToB.
February 11, 2024
For
Off-chain
Great step to experiment treasury diversifications with a group of experienced service providers to lead the program
February 7, 2024
For
Off-chain
The motivation and implementations are reasonable and we believe this change leads to a better election process of the Security Council members.
February 4, 2024
Yes
On-chain
JUP is an upcoming and promising token for the dYdX to add to the market and see the data to be ready for the permissionless market introduction
February 4, 2024
For
On-chain
It’s favorable to form a committee to be specialized in procurement for the DAO and we have a great selection of members working on this initiative.
February 3, 2024
Weighted Choices
Off-chain
Voted 40% for Joseph as he should lead the committee, voted 30% each for Jeff and Bernard to support him with ample experiences that they have
January 29, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We appreciate rigorous and thorough analysis on the first distribution of the launch incentives by Chaos Labs and look forward to the coming distributions
January 29, 2024
Yes
On-chain
We are in full support of the Foundation to keep their work within dYdX and collaborate with us and other stakeholders.
January 29, 2024
Described in page
Off-chain
To achieve the revised Stage1 designation, we believe increasing the threshold to 9/12 is the vital first step to improve the council
January 24, 2024
For
On-chain
Now that the CoC exists in Optimism Collective, it makes sense to rely on it to properly manage the issues around grant misusage with the process clearly ratified.
January 24, 2024
For
On-chain
“Span Batches” to be introduced with this upgrade reduces the L1 costs for OP chains, which is nothing but great for the Optimism ecosystem.
January 24, 2024
Yes
On-chain
Introducing the ICA host submodule and other improvements is welcome changes to the chain and we are in full support of the upgrade
January 24, 2024
For
On-chain
We believe this is the essential first step to rewards active delegates and continuous commitments from existing and new dedicated participants to the DAO. We appreciate the careful considerations and clearly outlined evaluation process.
January 22, 2024
For
On-chain
We are in support of the initiative to go forward after the diligent considerations and amendments made to improve the original proposal. It's great to see a democratic process to choose the service providers to address issues that have been discussed for a while.
January 22, 2024
Top Choices
Off-chain
Chose 3 candidates. Clarified the reasonings in the description.
January 21, 2024
Top Choices
Off-chain
January 21, 2024
Ranked Choices
Off-chain
An improved version of the STIP and we believe it's worth trying it as a pilot
January 9, 2024
For
On-chain
No reason to oppose to continuous updates to the Arbitrum stack
January 5, 2024
No
On-chain
Any changes to the chain state should be done when it’s absolutely required, and we don’t consider this case to be one of them.
January 5, 2024
Yes
Off-chain
We believe it’s a great idea to move governance for existing components into the new system
December 21, 2023
Yes
On-chain
We believe it’s a great addition to the dYdX to have TIA and upcoming tokens that have potential to attract more traders and volumes
December 21, 2023
Yes
On-chain
While 10% discount is not ideal for the DAO, Wintermute is dYdX’s one of the long-time partners and we believe it’s important to seed the insurance fund sooner rather than waiting for better offers.
December 18, 2023
For
On-chain
No objection to include well-tested and less critical changes to the protocol into the Optimism stacks. Side note: great summary of the upgrade in the forum, but the proposal description can better incorporate it with organized structure.
December 5, 2023
For
On-chain
While we agree with the points that prominent delegates who voted abstain, we believe the motivation and the selection of the members are solid and meaningful for Optimism, thus we vote for the ratification of the council members selected by the Foundation.
December 5, 2023
Yes
On-chain
While it’s not an ideal solution, the social committee approach is the best mitigation solution that we can apply at this point. We also expect the capable group of contributors to come up with a framework to better address the MEV in the future.
November 30, 2023
Yes
On-chain
It’s critical to move forward with the incentive programs despite the fact that there are still concerns on the centralization of staking to top X validators. We expect users/traders/stakers to stake more once the trading ramps up the volume and staking APR is available for them.
November 25, 2023
Top Choices
On-chain
Chose those three for their activities and contributions in the forum
November 15, 2023
Top Choices
On-chain
Chose Jack Anorak and Gonna.eth for their technical capabilities and Kaereste for their involvement as L2BEAT
November 15, 2023
Top Choices
On-chain
MMhurthy for his experiences in building Karma, Raho for his contributions to the Arbitrum STIP, and Curia for their continuous contributions to the protocols
November 15, 2023
For
On-chain
While many unclear points are not being discussed (e.g. how to select a chain and how much tokens to delegate, etc), this is important for the Optimism family to grow based on shared vision and aligned incentives
November 14, 2023
For
On-chain
It’s good for the Collective to be responsible for the budgets and spends on all Intents going forward in the coming Seasons. The budgets seem reasonable and we are looking forward to the outcome made by the initiatives supported by them.
November 14, 2023
For
On-chain
This is a critical step to structure rules for chains using OP Stack to be aligned and grow together as an alliance
November 14, 2023
Top Choices
On-chain
Chose 3 members for their experience in Optimism governance and 2 members for their expertises to be effective to resolve conflicts based on CoC
November 14, 2023
Yes
On-chain
We believe we are ready to go for the trading with all markets available on the dYdX Chain
November 10, 2023
Against
Off-chain
The idea of having an organization like this is appealing but the details, structure and framework need to be further discussed and reach to consensus before deciding to fund it
November 10, 2023
For
Off-chain
No reason to be against the idea of the consolidation
November 10, 2023
Against
Off-chain
DAO shouldn’t reward contributors without the information about who they are, what each of them has done and how they are selected and others are not.
October 31, 2023
Yes
Off-chain
This bridging of the Community and Rewards Treasuries is the critical step to properly bootstrap the dYdX Chain with the proposed Launch Incentive Program and other initiatives, and it’s important for the community to fully support its implementation and execution.
October 20, 2023
Top Choices
On-chain
The most important expertise required for a security council member is the deep knowledge with the protocol tech stacks and Harry, CTO of Offchain Labs is undoubtedly the best candidate.
October 13, 2023
Against
Off-chain
While we believe the security is paramountly important in the self-custody environment and what Webacy has been doing is clearly beneficial to the whole ecosystem, there are a couple of reasons that the proposal is not fit for STIP grant distributions: 1) the justification of the requested grant size is weak compared to the outcome. 2) incentives are prone to sybil attacks 3) not clear incentives to Arbitrum itself
October 12, 2023
For
Off-chain
Camelot kicked off this STIP movement, and diligently tried to get aligned with what it can do for Arbitrum throughout the process. Definitely beneficial for Arbitrum to have Camelot thrive as one of the household names.
October 12, 2023
Abstain
Off-chain
While Vertex is an interesting protocol to thrive in Arbitrum, we abstain because we are an Endorsed Delegate of dYdX which is the direct competitor of Vertex from users’ perspective.
October 12, 2023
For
Off-chain
Tally’s mission is to advance on-chain governance further and it’s aligned very well with L2 like Arbitrum because of its lower gas. The requested grant size is reasonable and we believe that the Tally team is diligently allocating them to the DAOs on Arbitrum, which would make impact on Arbitrum with the great governance tool.
October 12, 2023
Against
Off-chain
On top of the raised concerns around dominance of stETH in Ethereum, the justifications of the grant size seems weak and off as stETH related trading volume is already huge. We would like Lido to propose their request in another way, address concerns and focus on properly introducing the native stETH in Arbitrum.
October 12, 2023
For
Off-chain
unshETH is very unique and natively supported on Arbitrum. It’s good to contribute to decentralization of liquid staking tokens. The requested grant size is reasonable.
October 12, 2023
For
Off-chain
We’ve seen their founders active in the NYC crypto meetups and spoken highly of Arbitrum in terms of experiences on the platform. The reasonable requested grant size. We believe the incentive is to be used to promote more interesting use within the ecosystem.
October 12, 2023
For
Off-chain
Pendle is bringing interest derivative market into DeFi and evolving the ecosystem with unique offerings. The requested grant size is reasonable and set out to be used efficiently.
October 12, 2023
Abstain
Off-chain
While GMX is a leading protocol to thrive in Arbitrum, we abstain because we are an Endorsed Delegate of dYdX which is the direct competitor of GMX from users’ perspective.
October 12, 2023

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