投票时间：2020年3月16日 00:01-2020年3月29日 23:59
Chadwick Lee is a well-known investor with more than two decades of experience in venture capital and investment management. He has unique insights and successful investment experience in the field of private equity investment and capital markets regionally and internationally. He has participated in dozens of investments portfolios and many companies have successfully listed. Chadwick Lee is currently focusing on investments in areas such as TMT, blockchain, advanced technology and smart hardware.
Zhaolin Yip is the Chairman of the Board of Sum V King Energy. Over the past 30 years, he has hosted several M&A and IPO projects in Singapore and has extensive experience in the capital market.
BSc of Science degree from Zhejiang University, and an EMBA from Peking University. Gao is a tech geek and one of the earliest blockchain entrepreneurs in China. He has been invited by multiple government sectors and companies to give speeches about blockchain. He has also co-authored several books.
Gao is a long-term member of China Blockchain Application Research Centre, a blockchain expert in China Society of Management Science, and a board member of Zhejiang Digital Economy Society. He has been selected into the think tank of Zhejiang Blockchain Technology Application Association and Sina's China Blockchain 50 list.
Leo Yu is the professional of Zhejiang Blockchain Technology Association Think-tank. Leo has worked in several financial institutes with a Master's Degrees in Risk Management in UK. He was once the project manager of Government Blockchain project, Banking Blockchain project, and Industrial Securities Blockchain project, as well as the co-founder of Suanlibao.com. he also published papers on provincial and country level journals and selected as a high-yield author of the blockchain research of the Chinese Association of Science and Technology Top10. Leo Yu co-authored “Blockchain and the new-economy”, “Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence” and some other books.
Krzysztof Piech is the professor at the Department of International Economic Relations and Director of Blockchain Technology Centre at Lazarski University (Warsaw, Poland). About 20 years of lecturing at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). CEO of the Blockchain Technologies sp. z o.o. & the leader of Polish Accelerator of Blockchain Technology. Professor Piech is also member of the board of directors of the International Decentralized Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain (Moscow), research fellow at University College London Centre for Blockchain Technologies, external associate at Iran Blockchain Labs in Sharif University of Technology. He is also the scientific editor of over 30 books. He combines science with business. He is both a start-uper and a mentor of startups; he is also a consultant to dozens of businesses, and inventors.
SimpleChain Foundation Council Election Guidelines
The SimpleChain Foundation is a non-profit organization for SimpleChain, a supporter and promoter of the SimpleChain open source blockchain community. Its mission is to make SimpleChain a fully trusted ecosystem that will benefit the new global business world, while reducing costs and reducing asymmetry.
The SimpleChain Foundation consists of the Foundation Council and the Technical Steering Committee (TSC). The Council serves as an idea leader, community promoter, and strategic guide in the early stages of SimpleChain development. It is responsible for the overall management of the development of the SimpleChain community, and Council members reach decisions by voting.
The current Council is made up of 5 founding members. This election will add 9 members to expand the Council to 14 members. All 14 members of the Council will share the obligation to promote the development of SimpleChain and receive equal salaries.
Candidates for this election will be from the SIPC.VIP community, the B.VIP community, the SIPCFans community, and other communities that support the development of SimpleChain. All members of the SimpleChain community can apply to be a candidate. All members of the SimpleChain community can cast votes. To be open and transparent, this election will be run on SimpleChain through an election smart contract. The address of the election contract is:
On January 4, 2019, SimpleChain mainnet was officially launched. In 2019, we witnessed the rapid expansion of the SimpleChain community, as well as the implementation of SimpleChain applications in various fields. In 2020, during the second year of the SimpleChain Foundation’s operation, through the election to add new Council members, we hope that more SimpleChain enthusiasts will join the Foundation, and use their knowledge, talents and resources to facilitate the Foundation, inspire the community, and advance SimpleChain technology promotion, application implementation, community development and ecosystem construction. Each and every member of the SimpleChain community will play an important role in this election. You votes will determine the future of the SimpleChain community.
In 2020, together let us build a stronger community, a more autonomous community, and a more prosperous, transparent, and inclusive SimpleChain ecosystem.
Election Time (Singapore Time, UTC+8)
Application: February 10th 2020 – March 10th 2020
Announcing candidates: March 13th 2020 – March 15th 2020
Voting: 00:01 March 16th 2020 – 23:59 March 29th 23:59
How to Apply to Be a Candidate?
All members of the SimpleChain community can apply to be a candidate. Please fill in this form within specified time to apply:
How Are Official Candidates Selected?
After application is closed, the SimpleChain Foundation will verify the SIPC addresses filled in by the applicants, and top 10 SIPC holders based on coin age (number of coins multiplied by number of days the coins have been held) among the applications will become official candidates.
The Council will also select 5 candidates from the SIPC.VIP community and 3 candidates from the B.VIP community, based on factors such as coin age and influence.
18 official candidates will go through KYC through SimpleChain communities, and their information will be announced on the SimpleChain official website. To activate, a candidate needs to transfer 128 SIPC to the election contract.
How to Vote?
Voters cast votes by transferring SIPC to the election contract and putting down in the transaction note the address of the candidate they are voting for. 8 SIPC constitute 1 vote. Any transactions of less than 8 SIPC will be invalid and returned to the voter address. One voter address can cast no more than 128 votes (1,024 SIPC).
Based on the votes obtained, 3 new Council members will be elected from the B.VIP community, 2 from the SIPC.VIP community and 4 from the community applicants.
After voting is closed, all SIPC used for voting will be automatically transferred to the Foundation address as community donation.
Candidate Source/Number and Number to Be Elected