Stanford group becomes 9th largest Uniswap delegate, overtakes UC Berkeley

Stanford group becomes 9th largest Uniswap delegate, overtakes UC Berkeley


Stanford Blockchain Club has become one of the largest delegates for the exchange Uniswap, overtaking a student group at rival California university UC Berkeley. 

The student-run blockchain club verified itself as a Uniswap delegate on Tuesday, having amassed 2,524,711 votes, according to Sybil, an Ethereum governance tool. That puts Stanford in the ninth spot, just ahead of UC Berkeley’s CalBlockchain with 2,524,711 votes.

Verifying myself as a @UniswapProtocol #UNIDelegate on Sybil️https://t.co/aduPp8Jyvy

addr:0xEFF506a32B55D5c19847c1a4F8510c00280c27E5

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— Stanford Blockchain Club (@StanfordCrypto) January 5, 2021

Dharma and EOA remain the two largest delegates, with over 15 million votes each.

Uniswap’s top 10 delegates now include two academic institutions, highlighting the diverse players contributing to the exchange’s governance. As Cointelegraph reported last month, UC Berkeley has joined Uniswap’s governance protocol as a way to showcase the group’s research in the blockchain space.

The Stanford Blockchain Club was founded in 2014 as a student organization “for everything blockchain, cryptoeconomics, and cryptocurrency.”

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