This document explains the On-chain Governance implementation for Free TON Ambassador Subgovernance.
Global popularization and promotion of the world’s first truly decentralized Free TON blockchain, which is built for community benefits and is fully managed by the community.
Uniting and pointing the way towards the mission and goals of Free TON for individuals, companies, and organizations who identify themselves as Free TON ambassadors, devotees, fans, or evangelists (we will call them Ambassadors).
The goals of Ambassador Subgovernance are to grow the community of Ambassadors, to support and guide them to achieve the mission and goals of Free TON, as well as to implement all declared programs.
For Ambassador Subgovernance, a separate interface should be added with functionality similar to the functionality of the current version of Governance. The interface should be accessible via an additional bookmark at https://gov.freeton.org.
Ambassador Subgovernance Initial Members (with public keys):
- Michael Shapkin (Telegram) – 211ee84b63f200e5353abea00c4c63ce5bc2eb7faed2d8f4a4477103c080a9a2
- Dmitry bitjudge (Telegram) – ae3ad6a97803b9e9d60896590cd877d8a044e611b5b07ab6bf73d631e64a7e1a
- Daria Artanovkaya (Telegram) – 3b1109f065e1406b1dcaf42fc17971b434b8cc8a3d1337cdd48b1bd8050c345f
- Ron Millow (Telegram) – 4c9b659bfa4d1bdc6f2e60e84a326094b35c64a7e1e6aa95055a2b9c51f9c162
- Ilona amalfica (Telegram) – 60a8e16381568bbd92187ac353076c03115a5985a9447527a7d04afc2185c3b9
- Anesthesia V. (Telegram) – 197656798230704adeac2ca991923a684242df6cc50533cafbcb43822a417d0c
- Alexandr Vat (Telegram) – 1b4ba60e09ba6323c4510c587f171a715cdfb81347d96556f5e3e14aba7cccd8
To achieve the stated goals of Ambassador Subgovernance, the following budget is required for a period of 3 months after launch:
|General implementation of Ambassador Subgovernance. The program that took 1st place in the Brand Masters Contest will be used as a prototype (according to the Rewards structure table in the submission of the contest’ winner)*||500,000|
|Subtotal monthly General Implementation:||500,000|
|Subtotal for a period of 3 months:||1 500,000|
|Ambassador Contest Stage #2 Implementation (50%)|
|Ambassador Stage #2 total rewards by the plan from the Ambassador Stage #1 Contest – 50% implementation for 3 months (by the Ambassador Stage #1 Contest Proposal)**||550,000|
|Subtotal Ambassador Stage #2 Implementation:||550,000|
|Creation of the Subgovernance structure, development of the Contest Proposal||20,000|
|Primary community building and entry points for new people||20,000|
|Launching of activities in the community, involvement, holding public events (AMAs, etc.)||50,000|
|Development of basic workflow and Subgovernance documentation||50,000|
|Development of workflow and documentation for the implementation of the Ambassadors Programs (mechanics, reporting forms, KPIs, etc.)||60,000|
|Negotiating with Ambassadors, partners, team members, etc.||100,000|
|Subtotal Subgovernance Launch:||300,000|
|Monthly Subgovernance Support|
|Launching and holding new community activities and public events||25,000|
|Communication and interaction with Ambassadors, negotiations||45,000|
|Launch and conduct of all current contests, payment of rewards to Ambassadors (upon reaching the declared KPIs)||25,000|
|Adapting existing workflows to current tasks||25,000|
|Help, support and accompaniment of Ambassadors for the successful implementation of their own programs||75,000|
|Ambassador Jury rewards||5 000|
|Subtotal monthly Subgovernance Support:||200,000|
|Subtotal for a period of 3 months:||600,000|
The general implementation of Ambassador Subgovernance is to create and grow an active community of enthusiasts where any person, company or organization can fulfill their potential to fulfill Ambassador Subgovernance’s goals and promote Free TON.
Here are the approximate steps and tasks for implementation:
Creation of an “entry point” for establishing initial contact and subsequent cooperation in promoting Free TON for any Ambassadors, including:
a) Persons, companies and organizations that identify themselves as ambassadors, adherents, fans or evangelists of Free TON;
b) Persons, companies and organizations interested in cooperation and/or partnership with Free TON to promote it;
Study and summarize the best proposed practices, programs, ideas, mechanics, ways of implementation, workflow, KPI models, etc., in order to use them to achieve the goals of Ambassador Subgovernance;
Involving the community in the development of several generic Ambassadors programs or templates, which then become ready-made guides for different Ambassadors;
Development of a plan of rewards for Ambassadors and payment of these rewards, if Ambassadors show the declared results of the implementation of their own programs and achieved KPIs;
Help, support and accompaniment of Ambassadors for the successful implementation of their own programs;
Development and growth of the local community of Ambassadors to achieve the Ambassador Subgovernance goals.
Any rewards to Ambassadors within the General Implementation will be paid only if the Ambassador confirms the results declared within the specified period and the achieved KPIs.
Ambassador Contest Stage #2 Implementation
The implementation of the Ambassador Contest Stage #2 involves interaction and teamwork with the winners of the “Country Ambassadors for Free TON Stage 1: Ambassador Selection” contest so that they can put their competition programs into practice.
Here are the approximate steps and tasks for implementation:
- An appeal to the winners of the contest with a proposal to prepare detailed programs, a step-by-step plan and KPIs for their work as an Ambassador for 1, 3, 6 and 12 months;
- Joint development of transparent reporting forms that will show the performance of each Ambassador and the KPIs achieved by him for each period of time;
- Payment of Stage #2 rewards if Ambassadors show the declared results of their own programs and achieved KPIs (according to the Stage #2 prize sizes, which were determined earlier in the Stage #1 contest conditions);
- All other stages and tasks according to the General Implementation (if applicable).
Any rewards to Ambassadors within the Ambassador Contest Stage #2 Implementation will be paid only if the Ambassador confirms the results declared within the specified period and the achieved KPIs.
Decentralized Contests and Integration
Decentralized contests and other types of integrations will be used to distribute rewards to Ambassadors, community members and the support team.
Different types of contests may be used within Ambassador Subgovernance, which will include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Traditional type of competition using the Competition for a List of Prizes (CLP) model;
- Renewal Contest type using the Claim Limit Reward (CLR) model;
- Partner Integrations. For each individual partnership, a corresponding Partnership Proposal will be created and accepted.
Other types of contests or integrations may also be launched and run if a different mechanics for distributing rewards within Ambassador Subgovernance becomes necessary.
The timing of contests or integrations, their description, motivation, specification, requirements and criteria for evaluating works, conditions for rewards of participants and the jury, voting procedure and procedural comments will be determined in the terms of the relevant Contest Proposal or Partnership Proposal.
The Ambassador Jury Election
Initial Members are automatically assigned to the original Ambassador Jury.
Once the Ambassador Subgovernance is launched, Initial Members must promptly initiate and conduct the first Ambassador Jury Contest, which aims to elect the core Ambassador Jury.
Any subsequent Ambassador Jury Contests will be held if it becomes necessary to select or re-elect a new Ambassador Jury.
The rights and obligations of the Ambassador Jury
Winners of any Ambassador Jury Contests will be eligible to become an Ambassador Jury member and will be able to receive a reward for voting within the Ambassador Subgovernance.
Ambassador Jury is responsible for contest voting, renewal procedures and other important decisions for Ambassador Subgovernance.
Subgovernance Update Procedure
If it is necessary to integrate new procedures, areas of activity, methods of conducting competitions, additional budget, as well as for other significant changes into the Ambassador Subgovernance, the Subgovernance Update Procedure should be initiated.
For a Subgovernance Update Procedure to be performed, the corresponding Subgovernance Update Proposal must be published. Ambassador Jury will be required to vote to propose and accept the Update Procedure in due course.
Anyone can participate in any Ambassador Subgovernance procedures, but Free TON does not distribute Tons to US citizens or legal entities.
Ambassador Subgovernance multisig: