Locking NSR

Collateralization using NSR seems natural, and indeed it is as our ultimate buyback material. However, it is an unfortunate side effect that burnt NSR cannot be voted with. The idea here is to create a situation whereby NSR can be held under multisig and attached to a datafeed that is run by the person who owns the collateral. I don’t know what is technically necessary for this to occur, but I’d like to talk about it theoretically first. Do we even want people voting on the blockchain if their votes are forced to be 100% public? Does that compromise our democracy? Or is this for sure a good thing because the custodial wealth locked in the collateral is definately purchased and any vote, even a public vote, using proven shareholder wealth is a boon?

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