Delegate your UNI votes to the Penn Blockchain Initiative

Penn Blockchain is a student-run organization at the University of Pennsylvania, and is one of the most active blockchain clubs in the world. We look forward to playing a direct role in the on-chain governance of Uniswap and Compound, publishing research, running speaker events, and being the interface for college communities to access the bedrock infrastructure of a new and more equitable financial system.

We are deeply committed to preserving Ethereum’s core values, and will gear our voting decisions based on:

1) Transparency

Committed to ensuring transparency of the protocol, and transparency about our decision-making process. We are committed to acting independently without external influence from third-parties. Penn Blockchain is always open to answering questions related to our votes on proposals.

2) Sustainability

We are committed to ensuring the long term sustainability and health of the DAOs we participate in and aim to help them steward their native protocols in perpetuity.

3) Inclusivity

Forging the best ideas requires diversity, fairness, and education , and we will strive to encourage these.

DeFi is the future of France!

We want to make your voice heard! Delegate to Penn Blockchain if you are aligned with our mission.

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Why is defi the future of France? What’s about the other parts of the world?


You say in your website that you are “running nodes with Wharton Blockchain Lab”. The latter co-created with the World Economic Forum (WEF) the 2 recent (May and June this year) reports on the alleged need to regulate DeFi now. In these reports, 3 out of the 7 proposed DeFi Political Defense board members participated. Do you ask people to delegate their votes to you so that the above 1M UNI proposal passes more easily? Can you clarify what your relationship with the WEF is?

Didnt you guys support vote 5…with cheap gas coming i think people should self delegate