Thanks for your suggestions for improvements.
I'm thinking maybe proxy voting would help to improve the situation - that would allow users to delegate their voting power to someone they trust. Not implemented yet, but might be something for the future.
Not sure about being able to delegate voting power, makes it easier to pay for votes and rig an election.
What i would like to see is somewhere where all the candidates are given a couple of pages for their plans which could be listed.
For example, vote for me and i will
1. implement a tally chart continually updating the number of votes going to each candidate.
2. Introduce a secondary system of voting so you can vote on which parts of my manifesto you want to be prioritised and which are just a nice to have.
3. ........ ect ect
The idea of a coin that has paid employees is what sets memory coin apart. If we want to see it raise in value and taken seriously we need to demonstrate that having elected paid employees leads to quicker more focused development and a community which is engaged in the coins direction. Which in turn will make the elected moor accountable for their promises.
I believe if its done correctly you can create auto focusing development in all aspects of the coin. Then even the development becomes decentralised because it ends up being a consensus of the will of all holders.