Well, I think as long as the emerging institutions do not foreclose possible even newer in the future institutions, then it doesn’t matter how decentralized it is at this particular point. But if it forecloses, like there’s only three branches in the government, that’s in the constitution, it’s difficult to change… then it becomes less likely for experiments of the sort that we’re talking about of essentially forking the way democracy is run, is governed, and so on. So, I’m totally fine with certain kind of centralization of a decentralized project as long as the centralized part does not prevent new forks from happening.

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