Social media companies now are deciding if board members have enough skin in the game.
What's more interesting is who all governs how these systems operate.
For Twitter, that's the corporation and increasingly governments.
On the fediverse, it's the users and admins.
Creating magic through evolution of the Fediverse. Running Ecko, a community-driven fork of Mastodon managed using the Collective Code Construction Contract (C4) by the Magic Stone Community. C4 is a protocol for asynchronous, non-blocking, distributed, problem-focused software development.