Today, September 1, the eighteenth weekly meetup of Free TON representatives took place. It was attended by Pavel Prigolovko, Alexander Filatov, Mitya Goroshevsky, Sergey Zaitsev, Roman D., Ivan Kotelnikov, and Ron Millow.
At the start of the meeting, the community was presented with a new Free TON Governance address: gov.freeton.org.
Then the colleagues moved on to discussing new divisions in the project structure: sub-governance. Ron Millow noted that sub-governance is helping to make the project even more decentralized and that in the near future, a proposal will appear on the forum to create a Korean sub-governance.
More recently, a sub-governance for the creation of websites and landing pages has been formed. This is a very important element of the project, as it is responsible for the positioning of Free TON on the Internet.
The main postulates of the Free TON project were also formulated:
“Free TON is free internet.”
“Your personal data belongs only to you.”
Then the participants of the meetup answered several questions from the network.
Question: How can the community help develop Governance 1.x?
Answer: Free TON is an open-source project. All the code ever created for a project is on Github and is available to everyone. If you want to create something based on it – please create, share and present.
Question: When will the Free TON token airdrop be?
Answer: The airdrop will take place as soon as the project reaches full decentralization. It remains to wait quite a bit 🙂