Again, I guess I’m lost.
If the lobbying organization will promote laws that help Uniswap, then why wouldn’t Uniswap and its management, shareholders, and governance token holders control it?
And if this is the case, would it even be tax exempt?
If this is not the case - and the organization will not be accountable to Uniswap’s management, shareholders and governance token holders - and will promote “the general social wefare” determined by the new organization, why is Uniswap funding it?
Doesn’t this almost definitionally mean we are getting screwed and the funds won’t be used to help Uniswap?
Moreover, how does any of this work when the board would include someone on Uniswap’s payroll, outside lawyers hired by Uniswap in the past and legal heads of competitors? Who are they serving? How can they have so many jobs? How many ways are they getting paid? Who do they actually work for?