Actually @jooize as defined by the verbiage of that motion the scope & authority to operate as described within the motion terminated when @Phoenix resigned. The motion clearly states it's authority ends (not transfers) upon his resignation.
See - "This motion establishes @Phoenix as Chief of Liquidity Operations
until such time as a shareholder motion is passed changing that or until
The verbiage there is actually the only part clearly defined in the motion lol... Not to mention the fact that the motion didn't at all give @Phoenix the authority to select his own replacement much less hand over the entire network liquidity without any shareholder approval or oversight....
I guess we're lucky that as you just described in previous posts you're devoted to the voice of shareholders! Obviously at this point you should definitely stop allocating any network funds whatsoever for anything other than critical liquidity operations (NuBot Operation/Peg Enforcement) until we get motions passed approving your role and redefining self-compensation & requirements for fund allocation or contractor pay.
Again I will clearly state: Everything in this motion from the approval of $90 per hour pay to authority scopes and expected practices are completely 100% void and have been since @Phoenix resigned.