Why Hubble opted not to go fully open-source from launch

Hubble Protocol is on track to become a fully decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). DAOs thrive on transparency, and that means a DAO’s decentralized applications (dApps) should run on open-source code, so everyone can see what’s happening under the hood.

Right now, however, Hubble is still building the foundations for a DAO to stand on, and this means we definitely can’t go fully open-source just yet. There are a lot of reasons we’ve made this decision, and we’d like to share them in this article.

Rest assured, opening all of Hubble’s code to the public is a goal we’re working towards, but it’s going to be a well-thought-out process, and it’s going to take time.

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