Came across this article on Charles Koch. We too have a vision for good government policy, or in the case of Koch, a lack of it. Libertarianism does have some appeal: minimal government control. Do what is necessary and no more. However, Koch’s vision is personal, shaped by his experiences with his father. But do we really want to relive his personal experiences?
This is the fundamental problem with any other system than democracy. This is likewise the fundamental problem with concentration of power. There is always some personal element that ultimately is a defect, no matter how well-intended. That is why Finobra supports democracy, small enterprises, small investors.
Voting for projects and governance is by all token holders, but initially, the founders will control Finobra, mainly to guide and protect it. By design, this control will diminish over time, where Finobra will be entirely under democratic control.