FAQs will regularly be updated depending on member and community feedback

Do I have to be an Intersect member to register?

No, the process is open to any individual or organization from the Cardano community.

Will candidates be screened after registering?

Yes. Candidates will be required to answer a short set of questions to confirm technical competency to serve on the interim CC and a screening process will remove obvious junk applications.

Do I have to be an Intersect member to vote?

No, the vote will be open to the whole community.

Will Intersect be choosing who takes the three seats?

Intersect is facilitating the election process and will take one of the seven seats in its role as membership body for the Cardano community. It will have no influence over or input into the outcome of the election process for the three community seats.

What roles will the pioneer entities and Intersect play on the committee?

It is for each interim CC member individually to decide how to perform its role, within the remit of the committee.

I don’t want to/ am not able to commit to joining the interim CC, but want to have a say in Cardano’s governance, how can I get my voice heard?

There are many ways to have your say on the development of Cardano’s governance:

  • Join Intersect, and contribute through community-focused committees, and working groups, including groups involved in creating a constitution draft that feeds into a broad community consultation process leading up to ratification.

  • Apply here to host a workshop to feed into the drafting of the Constitution.

  • Apply for funding opportunities at Intersect to support the rollout through community tooling and other community initiatives.

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