Thanks @cryptohydrate - there are a lot of interesting ideas in your presentation (thank you for taking the time to package it in this format as well).
If I understand correctly, you’re exploring the problem: how to bring ZRX tokens to other blockchains?
What you’re exploring as a solution is interesting. Another variable to consider is the fact that bridges already exist (example), and technically speaking, it is already possible to bring ZRX. I think what you’re rightly raising is a question of 1) convenience and 2) incentive.
On the convenience side, I see the integration of the ‘transfer/shipping’ flow in products like Matcha could help. Being able to, for example, sell 10 ZRX for ETH and prompt the user ‘wanna transfer 1 ZRX to Solana at the same time?’. Interesting, that should help. But then the question goes to 2): why would a user do it? That’s the piece I’m not entirely sure I capture from the deck. Would you mind re-iterating here?
By the way I am using the assumption that we’re not changing the universal supply of ZRX.
On the governance piece: as you say, intuitively a ZRX in another L1 should be treated as a ERC20 ZRX with regards to voting power. A NEAR ZRX holder should be able to vote and have the same voting power of an Ethereum ZRX tokenholder. Both can vote on the local protocol versions on both L1s. They’re able to stake (and receive liquidity rewards) from MMers active on Ethereum and another L1.
I think the DEX Hub we mentioned in the latest blog post around the topic is the venue where to orchestrate that. Given the ethos of 0x mission, the asset bridges needed in a DEX Hub architecture will have to minimize the underlying centralization, a concrete technological challenge that requires more research and experimentation. assumptions.
It seems also you bring up another concept of ‘time-dependent’ voting power. It’s something interesting and orthogonal to the other discussion. I am not entirely sure it’s a fair model and afraid it introduces distortions/asymmetries. I am always wary of asymmetries , it’s just an approach based on intuition, not facts. I would like to discuss this too.
Tagging here a few folks that I think would find your contribution interesting @abandeali1 @Remco @0x_peter