How will the Ouroboros algorithm prevent rich organizations from derailing the project from its original vision?
Let’s say, a large bank; group of banks; or a government decides to purchase a huge amount of Ada. Since they will have a large chunk of tokens, they can control most of the voting. For example, they can propose and vote that privacy be removed from the protocol.
When voting is passed and it turns out that a decision goes horribly wrong, is there a way in Ouroboros to retract, reject or prematurely stop an implementation that is already funded? E.g. Brexit and people being interviewed saying they regret their decision. This means previously popular vote may have become unpopular if a new election is made. How does milestones, audit reviews and accountability fits into the voting process?
A lot of people also vote because of short-term reasons. How will long-term goals be continuously introduced into the project? How will the voting system in Cardano maintain cohesiveness of the design in the long run?