Also another, related point is that as far as I can tell every decentralized crypto project has some central group of decision-makers who actually run the project, and then a veneer of decentralization. Shouldn’t the holders of Pollen tokens get to decide on its monetization strategy? Lol, no, absolutely not. Sure if they were shareholders of Pollen they’d have some legally binding governance rights. But they’re not.

Money Stuff: ChatGPT Is Not Much of a Pitch Robot
from Matt Levine ✉️